The Independent School Entrance Examination (ISEE) is an entrance exam used by many independent schools and magnet schools in the United States. Developed and administered by the Educational Records Bureau, the ISEE has three levels: the Lower level, for entrance in grades 5-6; Middle level, for entrance in grades 7-8; Upper level, for entrance in grades 9-12. All levels consist of five sections: Verbal Reasoning, Quantitative Reasoning, Reading Comprehension, Mathematics Achievement, and a 30-minute essay.
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... ERB has confirmed and sincerely regrets that on some Independent School Entrance Exams (ISEE), our contractor incorrectly scored 1-3 questions out of 110 ... As the corrected scores for the 2010-2011 admission year were sent after most independent schools had completed their admission process for the year, the effect is not known, but ... letter it sent out that each ISEE member school makes decisions about school entrance based on a broad array of factors besides the ISEE, such as transcripts, teacher recommendations, the personal interview, writing ...
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