Is your child taking the ISEE but unsure of how to start studying for it? Here is a guide on how to create an ISEE study plan to guarantee that they will be better prepared for the exam.

Step 1: Figure out how much time your child has to study.

Step 2: Download this list of all the concepts tested on the ISEE. Download here

Step 3: Review all concepts and identify the weak points.

Step 4: Divide the weeks up into different topics to focus on.

ISEE Study plan should cater to each particular student to meet his or her needs. Here are a few examples of what a study plan might look like depending on how much time students have to study. Note: Vocabulary should be practiced everyday in order to remember as many words and definitions as possible.

1 Year ISEE Study Plan

January- Review vocabulary
- Complete a practice test to get baseline data
- Review numbers and operations
- Practice synonym strategies
February- Review vocabulary
- Review fractions and decimals
- Practice Sentence Completion strategies
March- Review vocabulary
- Review algebra
- Practice reading comprehension strategies
April- Review vocabulary
- Review percents
- Practice synonym strategies
May- Review vocabulary
- Review word problems
- Practice Sentence Completion strategies
- Complete a practice test
June- Review vocabulary
- Review geometry and measurement
- Practice reading comprehension strategies
July- Review vocabulary
- Review data analysis
August- Review vocabulary
- Practice quantitative comparisons and math strategies
- Complete practice sessions for verbal reasoning and reading comprehension
September- Review vocabulary
- Choose a particular weak point in mathematics to focus on.
- Focus on struggling area in Verbal Reasoning and Reading Comprehension
- Complete a practice test
October- Review vocabulary
- Continue focusing on struggling areas in math
- Focus on struggling area in Verbal Reasoning and Reading Comprehension
- Complete a practice test
November- Review vocabulary
- Review all math concepts again
- Review all strategies
- Complete a practice test
December- Review vocabulary
- Review all math concepts again
- Review all strategies
- Complete practice test

3 Month Study Plan

Week 1- Review vocabulary
- Complete a practice test to get baseline data
- Review numbers and operations
- Practice synonym strategies
Week 2- Review vocabulary
- Review fractions and decimals
- Practice Sentence Completion strategies
Week 3- Review vocabulary
- Review algebra and percents
- Practice reading comprehension strategies
Week 4- Review vocabulary
- Review word problems and geometry
- Practice synonym strategies
Week 5- Review vocabulary
- Review measurement and data analysis
- Practice Sentence Completion strategies
- Complete a practice test
Week 6- Review vocabulary
- Practice quantitative comparisons and math strategies
- Practice reading comprehension strategies
Week 7- Review vocabulary
- Choose a particular weak point in mathematics to focus on
Week 8- Review vocabulary
- Continue focusing on struggling areas in math
- Complete practice sessions for verbal reasoning and reading comprehension
Week 9- Review vocabulary
- Continue focusing on struggling areas in math
- Focus on struggling area in Verbal Reasoning and Reading Comprehension
- Complete a practice test
Week 10- Review vocabulary
- Continue focusing on struggling areas in math
- Focus on struggling area in Verbal Reasoning and Reading Comprehension
- Complete a practice test
Week 11- Review vocabulary
- Review all math concepts again
- Review all strategies
- Complete a practice test
Week 12- Review vocabulary
- Review all math concepts again
- Review all strategies
- Complete practice test

1 Week Study Plan

Day 1- Review vocabulary
- Complete a practice test to get baseline data
- Review all math concepts
- Practice synonym strategies
Day 2- Review vocabulary
- Review all math concepts
- Practice Sentence Completion strategies
Day 3- Review vocabulary
- Practice quantitative comparisons and math strategies
- Practice reading comprehension strategies
Day 4- Review vocabulary
- Choose a particular weak point in mathematics to focus on.
- Complete verbal reasoning and reading comprehension practice problems
Day 5- Review vocabulary
- Continue focusing on struggling areas in math
- Complete a practice test
Day 6- Review vocabulary
- Review all math concepts again
- Review all strategies
Day 7- Review vocabulary
- Review all math concepts again
- Review all strategies
- Complete a practice test

For registration information and to register for the ISEE please visit the ERB website.

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