The ISEE score report is one component of the application to independent schools. It is important to know how to send your score report to prospective schools so that you ensure your scores arrive before the application deadline. The easiest way to access, manage, and send scores is through your ERB parent account.
There are a few different opportunities for you to send your score report—while registering for the ISEE, before taking the test, and after receiving your score report.Read More
An important part of test preparation is understanding the test itself—the timing, structure, and of course, how the test is scored. For the ISEE, students receive a scaled score, percentile, and stanine score for each section of the test. Note: the Essay section is not scored. Instead, a copy of the essay is sent with the score report to the school recipient.
For the ISEE, the most commonly referenced score is the stanine score. Check out the four steps to calculating stanine scores.Read More
We are excited to introduce Mohammed, one of our 2020 scholars. Mohammed’s hard work and determination allowed him to increase his SSAT score by 67 percentile points.
Mohammed likes to play soccer, which is something he used to play when he lived in Bangladesh. He is looking forward to playing soccer again in high school. Mohammed also enjoys software coding, particularly website design.Read More
We are excited to introduce Emillina, one of our 2020 scholars. Emillina’s hard work and self discipline allowed her to increase her SSAT score by 100 percent, scoring in the 99th percentile overall.
Emillina enjoys playing tennis, reading, baking, and cooking. Emillina loves books about adventure, such as the Harry Potter and Lord of the Ring series. She likes to bake and cook with her mom. One of their favorite baked goods is a chocolate cake. At school, Emillina enjoys math and reading the most.Read More
We are excited to introduce Mia, one of our 2020 scholars. Mia’s diligence and self discipline allowed her to increase her SSAT score by 88 percent, scoring in the 94th percentile overall.
Mia is from Hong Kong and speaks four languages—English, Japanese, Mandarin, and Cantonese. Mia has a deep appreciation for travel, different cultures, and meeting new people.Read More