# Free Sample ISEE Lower Level Math Achievement Test

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Sample ISEE Lower Level Math Achievement Test

This test is a non-timed test with 10 sample questions for you to try. Students can check the answer for each question.

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Switches in an opposite way.

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Switches in an opposite way.

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Look at the pattern.

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3. Find the missing number.
5.6, 5.8, ?, 6.2, 6.4

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4. Zachary rode his bike on Saturday. Â First, he rode 10 miles to Jack's house. Â Then, they walked 5 miles each way to John's house. Â Afterwards, Zachary rode home from Jack's house. How many total miles did Zachary ride on Saturday?

Apply the rule.

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5. Use the given rule to complete the table.

Rule: Divide by 2, then subtract 10.

 A B 100 40 110 45 140 60 180 ?

Look at the pattern of rectangles and shading in the rectangles.

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6. Which figure would come next in the pattern?

Make denominators common.

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7. Which fraction is between $\cfrac { 1 }{ 5 }Â$ andÂ $\cfrac { 1 }{ 2 }Â$?

Look at the pattern.

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8. Use the set of numbers shown to answer the question.

{6, 9, 12, 15, 18...}

Which describes this set of numbers?

Make number of digits equal.

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9. What is the sum of 3.14 and 1.6?

Look at the pattern.

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10. Which figure would come next in the pattern?