The ISEE and SSAT are a crucial part of the admissions process for many independent schools.
Test Innovators' education team recently ran webinars that answered our most frequently asked questions about these tests. If you missed the webinars, you're in luck!
Check out the recorded webinars to learn the details of each test, how test scores are used, and best practices for preparation. The webinars show sample test questions as well as strategies to tackle every section of the test.Read More
Simulating the official testing experience is a critical part of the preparation process. This helps students mitigate any testing anxiety because they know exactly what to expect, and it helps them practice managing their time on a rigorous exam.
For this reason, we have created online proctor videos so that students can have their own virtual proctor!Read More
We talked with Karen Hatch of Eastside Catholic School about what makes students excited about EC.
Location: Sammamish, Washington
Grades Served: 6 through 12
Student Body: Approximately 70 per grade in the middle school, 170 per grade in the high school.
What makes your school unique?Read More
You’ve done it! You’ve made it through 5 sections, 150 questions, one essay, and over 2 and a half hours of testing. You may be ready to go home and take a well-deserved nap (or run around after sitting for so long) but before you breathe a deep sigh of relief, there’s one final section.Read More
Are teacher recommendations, grades, or test scores more important for your overall application? In this clip from our CEO's chat with placement expert Neal Kamsler, Neal talks about the different ways that schools might look at your ISEE & SSAT scores, and how those scores fit into the final decision.Read More
Although your child could cram lots of word lists to learn new vocabulary quickly, the best way to build vocabulary is simply to read: read a lot, read often, read widely, and read for fun! Children who encounter new words in the context of a story more readily pick up on the meaning of the words. You can also have your child keep a word list as they read, adding to it every time they come across an unknown word.Read More