Free Sample ISEE Lower Level Quantitative Reasoning Test

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Sample ISEE Lower Level Quantitative Reasoning Test

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Look at the pattern.

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1. The numbers in Column A have been changed to the numbers in Column B by using a specific rule.

A B
5 10
3 8
11 16

Which number sentence shows that rule?

Look at the pattern.

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2. The numbers in Column A have been changed to the numbers in Column B by using a specific rule.

A B
20 4
35 7
40 8
50 10

Which number sentence shows that rule?

Look at the rule.

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3. Use the given rule to complete the table.

Rule: Multiply A by 2, then add 7.

A B
4 15
6 19
8 ?

Compare the number of students with brown and blue eyes.

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4. In Mr. Sam's third grade class, 19 students have blue eyes, 21 students have brown eyes, and 3 students have green eyes. How many more students have brown eyes than blue eyes?

Take into account the distance Karl drove back.

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5. Karl is going on a trip. He left his house at 7:00 A.M. He drove for 28 kms and suddenly remembered he left the iron on. He turned around and drove home. He ran into his house and turned the iron off. He got back into his car and drove 57 kms to his destination. How many miles did he drive in all?

Compare fractions.

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6. Which is the largest fraction?

Simplify the equation.

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7. What is the value of x in the math equation \cfrac { x }{ 4 } + 14 = 16?

Using rounding of numbers.

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8. A pencil costs $1.03 and Alex wants to purchase 398 pencils. Which expression gives the best estimate of the total cost of Alex's purchases in dollars?

Look for multiples in the options.

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9. Brianna has a drawer of socks with five different colors: purple, green, black, white, and pink. The probability of her choosing a white sock is 3 out of 7. Which combination of socks is possible?

Multiply length with width.

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10. A rectangle and its length and width are shown below.

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If the area of the rectangle is length x width, what is the area of the rectangle above?

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