This book contains 2 full-length practice tests for the Middle Level ISEE based on the latest guide published by the ERB. The tests in this book will give you an idea of the types of questions you will see, the concepts that are being tested, the format and timing of the test, and a sense of how the scoring works. This book only includes the tests -- it does not include content instruction. It is designed to complement the other Middle Level ISEE publication from Test Prep Works:
Success on the Middle Level ISEE: A Complete Course -- This book provides comprehensive instruction on the content and strategies required to ace the Middle Level ISEE, including vocabulary lessons and drills, math content lessons and practice sets, reading strategies and drills, tips for the essay, and one full-length practice test (with different questions than the practice tests in The Best Unofficial Practice Tests for the Middle Level ISEE, so there is no overlap between the books.)
These books can be used independently, or they can be used to complement each other, depending on the needs of your specific student. Please note that the tests in this book are neither produced nor endorsed by the ERB.
About the Author
Christa Abbott has been a private test prep tutor for more than a decade, helping her students gain admission to some of the top independent schools in the country. She has now used that experience to develop materials that help students prepare for independent school admissions tests. The approaches used in these books are based on the latest research about how students learn, so that preparation can be an effective and efficient use of time. These materials are also written to be developmentally appropriate for the ages of the students taking the tests. Christa is a graduate of Middlebury College and received her Masters in Education from the University of Virginia, a program nationally recognized for its excellence. She resides in Arlington, VA with her husband and three children. Christa continues to coach students one-on-one in the Washington, D.C., area as well as students all over the world via the internet.