Test Innovators Blog

Data Fueled Practice Exercises- ISEE

  • Posted By: Test Innovators
  • December 18, 2019

A Note from Test Innovators’ CEO, Edan Shahar

To date, students have answered over 20 million questions on the Test Innovators platform. Now, we are diving into this data to understand how students learn and to help them achieve their academic and test-taking goals.

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ACT and SAT Timing Tips

  • Posted By: Celena Alduenda
  • December 13, 2019
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The Most Competitive Bay Area Schools of 2019

  • Posted By: Test Innovators
  • December 11, 2019

Over the past seven years, Test Innovators has helped more than 100,000 students prepare for the SSAT and the ISEE—the admissions tests required by the most competitive independent schools in the country. Every year we review our data from thousands of test-takers to determine the most popular schools.

Below are the 3 most sought-after schools in the San Francisco Bay Area, based on the number of students who stated their intention to apply in 2019.

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The Most Competitive Southern California Schools of 2019

  • Posted By: Test Innovators
  • December 11, 2019

Over the past seven years, Test Innovators has helped more than 100,000 students prepare for the SSAT and the ISEE—the admissions tests required by the most competitive independent schools in the country. Every year we review our data from thousands of test-takers to determine the most popular schools.

Below are the 3 most sought-after Southern California schools, based on the number of students who stated their intention to apply in 2019.

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Getting Started with Your SSAT Prep

  • Posted By: Brenna O'Neill
  • December 9, 2019

The first step in your SSAT prep is to take a full-length practice test. The initial practice test serves as a benchmark, or diagnostic test, and is the jumping-off point of the preparation process. We generally recommend taking this test as early as possible, but it is never too late.

No matter how close your official test date is, taking a practice test will ensure you know what to expect on test day and familiarize you with:

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Tips from an SSAT & ISEE Expert

  • Posted By: Melissa Kinsler
  • December 9, 2019

Noodle Pros, a cohort of experienced professional educators, is a Test Innovators partner based in New York City. Drawing on their collective expertise, they provide online and in-person high-stakes test prep and academic tutoring to students in fourteen states and three countries.

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The Most Competitive Schools That Require the ISEE - 2019

  • Posted By: Test Innovators
  • December 6, 2019

Over the past seven years, Test Innovators has helped more than 100,000 students prepare for the SSAT and the ISEE—the admissions tests required by the most competitive independent schools in the country. Every year we review our data from thousands of test-takers to determine the most popular schools.

Below are the 5 most sought-after schools that require the ISEE, based on the number of students who stated their intention to apply in 2019.

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The Most Competitive Schools That Require the SSAT - 2019

  • Posted By: Test Innovators
  • December 6, 2019

Over the past seven years, Test Innovators has helped more than 100,000 students prepare for the SSAT and the ISEE—the admissions tests required by the most competitive independent schools in the country. Every year we review our data from thousands of test-takers to determine the most popular schools.

Below are the 5 most sought-after schools that require the SSAT, based on the number of students who stated their intention to apply in 2019.

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How YOU Can Reduce Test Anxiety

  • Posted By: Alika Gillard
  • December 4, 2019
It's perfectly normal to feel a little anxious about an upcoming test, especially when it's an important test like the ISEE, SSAT, ACT, or SAT. Whether you're experiencing a lot of test anxiety or a little, there are a few easy ways to help reduce anxiety before a test.

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Test Anxiety 101

  • Posted By: Alika Gillard
  • December 4, 2019
It’s test day. Your exam sits in front of you on the desk as the teacher speaks to a silent room. You have freshly sharpened #2 pencils at the ready, and you've brought a bottle of water and a healthy snack for the breaks. You went to bed early, ate an energy-packed breakfast, and arrived early. You studied, and practiced, and conquered. You are ready. You are prepared. The proctor pauses for a moment, then says the final words, "You may begin." In this moment, what are you feeling? Thinking? Doing? Are you worried about failing or what your parents will think if you do? Read More