ISEE

Queens Location Signup
104-40 Queens Blvd Suite 1C
Forest Hills, NY 11375 (QB & 69 Ave)


2017 ISEE Queens Weekdays
Parent’s Full Name and Cell #
Child’s Full Name and Cell #



Manhattan Location Signup
370 Lexington Avenue Suite 800
New York, NY 10017 (41 & Lex)


2017 ISEE Manhattan Weekdays
Parent’s Full Name and Cell #
Child’s Full Name and Cell #



2017 Summer Camp Weekday Manhattan and Queens

Mondays to Thursdays (4 days a week)

I. Option 1: 8:00 am to 12:00 noon

II. Option 2: 12:30 pm to 4:30 pm

III. Option 3: 5:00 pm to 9:00 PM

Tuition (Queens): $3,600

Tuition (Manhattan): $4,100

2017 Weekday Schedule
Wednesday, July 5, 2017 – Thursday, August 17, 2017

 

Class 1: Test 1 (*Wed* July 5)

Class 2: Review 1 (*Thurs* July 6)

Class 3: Test 2 (Mon, July 10)

Class 4: Reading (Tues, July 11)

Class 5: Math (Wed, July 12)

Class 6: Grammar/ Essay (Thurs, July 13)

Class 7: Test 3 (Mon, July 17)

Class 8: Reading (Tues, July 18)

Class 9: Math (Wed, July 19)

Class 10: Grammar/ Essay (Thurs, July 20)

Class 11: Test 4 (Mon, July 24)

Class 12: Reading (Tues, July 25)

Class 13: Math (Wed, July 26)

Class 14: Grammar/ Essay (Thurs, July 27)

Class 15: Test 5 (Mon, July 31)

Class 16: Reading (Tues, August 1)

Class 17: Math (Wed, Aug 2)

Class 18: Grammar/ Essay (Thurs, Aug 3)

Class 19: Test 6 (Mon, August 7)

Class 20: Reading (Tues, Aug 8)

Class 21: Math (Wed, Aug 9)

Class 22: Grammar/ Essay (Thurs, Aug 10)

Class 23: Test 7 (Mon, Aug 14)

Class 24: Reading (Tues, Aug 15)

Class 25: Math (Wed, Aug 16)

Class 26: Grammar/ Essay (Thurs, Aug 17)

*Please note that Class 1 will start on Wed, July 5, 2017

Queens 2017 Summer Camp Weekend Options

I. Option 1: 8:00 am to 12:00 noon
II. Option 2: 12:30 pm to 4:30 pm

 Tuition (Queens): $2,000

Tuition (Manhattan) $2,500

Queens Location Signup
104-40 Queens Blvd Suite 1C
Forest Hills, NY 11375 (QB & 69 Ave)


2017 ISEE Queens Weekends
Parent’s Full Name and Cell #
Child’s Full Name and Cell #



Manhattan Location Signup
370 Lexington Avenue Suite 800
New York, NY 10017 (41 & Lex)


2017 ISEE Manhattan Weekends
Parent’s Full Name and Cell #
Child’s Full Name and Cell #



2017 Weekend Schedule (7 weekends)
Saturday AND Sunday (2 days a week)
Start Date: Saturday, July 8, 2017 – Sunday, August 20, 2017

Class 1: Test 1 (July 8)

Class 2: Review 1 (July 9)

Class 3:  Test 2 (July 15)

Class 4: Review 2 (July 16)

Class 5: Test 3 (July 22)

Class 6: Review 3 (July 23)

Class 7: Test 4 (July 29)

Class 8: Review 4 (July 30)

Class 9: Test 5 (August 5)

Class 10: Review 5 (August 6)

Class 11: Test 6 (August 12)

Class 12: Review 6 (August 13)

Class 13: Test 7 (August 19)

Class 14:  Review 7 (August 20)

Q & A on the ISEE and the WrAP Test

Note: The ERB is the Parent Company (umbrella). The ERB Company produces the ISEE exam (grades 5 to 12) , the Wrap, the CTP-4, and the ECAA test (K-4). There is a full length practice test on their website, under “What to Expect on the ISEE.”

ERB is the only non-for-profit member organization offering achievement and admissions testing for both public and private schools, grades K-12. ERB gives unique tests with advanced evaluation tactics. For more information about ERB, see: http://erblearn.org/about.

Q. What is the WrAP test?

A: The Writing Assessment Program is a test offered by ERB designed to analytically give writing feedback. It is administered by schools in order to assess the writing abilities of their students. Rather than holistic scoring, WrAP utilizes a 6-point rubric. This makes it more effective in helping students target exactly which skills they need to work on.

Q. What are the different levels of the WrAP Test?

A: There are five different levels of the WrAP Test that schools can give to their students. They are Elementary (Grades 3-4), Intermediate (Grades 5-6), Middle (Grades 7-8), Secondary (Grades 9-10), and College Preparatory (Grades 11-12).

Q. What do you write about on the WrAP Test?

A: ERB provides a standardized prompt for each WrAP Test. Students write in different grade-appropriate formats as they pass through the different levels of the WrAP Test. The writing formats for the test are as follows: Elementary: Narrative, Intermediate: Informative/Descriptive, Middle: Expository, Secondary: Persuasive, College Preparatory: Critical Thinking.

Q. What are the testing procedures?

Students take the test in two sessions, generally over two consecutive days. The student constructs a draft during the first session and produces a final product during the second.

Q. Who evaluates WrAP tests?

A: Each WrAP exam is evaluated by two writing experts, including accurate evaluations of grammar and writing conventions. ERB provides schools with detailed reports, including means of comparison amongst schools and students.

Q. How are the WrAP tests scored?

Tests are scored based off 6 criteria: overall development, organization, support, sentence structure, word choice, and mechanics.

Q. What is TestWiz?

A: TestWiz is a software tool that complements ERB score reports. It provides supplemental trend reports to help make better decisions about both teaching and learning.

Sample ERB individualized Student Report

SSAT Prep | ISEE Test Prep | Queens | Manhattan | New York City (NYC)

SSAT Prep | ISEE Test Prep | Queens | Manhattan | New York City (NYC)

SSAT Prep | ISEE Test Prep | Queens | Manhattan | New York City (NYC)

Understanding the ISEE Report

SSAT Prep | ISEE Test Prep | Queens | Manhattan | New York City (NYC)

SSAT Prep | ISEE Test Prep | Queens | Manhattan | New York City (NYC)

SSAT Prep | ISEE Test Prep | Queens | Manhattan | New York City (NYC)

SSAT Prep | ISEE Test Prep | Queens | Manhattan | New York City (NYC)

SSAT Prep | ISEE Test Prep | Queens | Manhattan | New York City (NYC)

SSAT Prep | ISEE Test Prep | Queens | Manhattan | New York City (NYC)

best_test2
best_test3