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Master the ISEE Lower Level exam with specifically designed tips and strategies for the Verbal Reasoning, Quantitative Reasoning, Reading Comprehension, Mathematics Achievement, and essay sections. (Whew.) Learn why Shmoop's guide works exactly like a high-quality deodorant, how words set us apart from the animal kingdom, and what geometry has to do with the world's largest toothpick structure.
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The ISEE Lower Level exam includes two math sections, a verbal reasoning section, a reading section and an essay. According to our calculations, that adds up to…well, a seriously big test. Luckily, Shmoop has three full-length practice exams (that's 3 × 5 = 15 sections, for those of you playing along at home) to help get you into fighting shape.
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