Free Sample ISEE Middle Level Verbal Reasoning Test

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Sample ISEE Middle Level Verbal Reasoning Test

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Look for a positive word.

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1. Directions: Select the word that best completes the sentence.

 

Emily Dickinson’s short poems manage to clearly _________ profound ideas in very few lines.

Try to read the fill in a word without looking at the options. Then find the option that is closest to the filled in word.

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2. Directions: Select the word that best completes the sentence.

 

Doctors today often have to choose between working as clinicians or conducting research, as it is exceedingly _________ to perform both these duties.

Try to read the fill in a word without looking at the options. Then find the option that is closest to the filled in word.

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3. Directions: Select the word that best completes the sentence.

 

Fans of her work are often surprised that Jane Austen only achieved her _________ as an icon of English literature after her death.

Look for a synonym.

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4. Directions: Select the word that is most nearly the same in meaning as the word in capital letters.

DUBIOUS

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5. Directions: Select the word that is most nearly the same in meaning as the word in capital letters.

BENIGN

Try to read the fill in a word without looking at the options. Then find the option that is closest to the filled in word.

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6. Directions: Select the word that best completes the sentence.

 

Local officials produced ________ fishery reports by inflating the figures so that fisheries appeared more productive.

Try to read the fill in a word without looking at the options. Then find the option that is closest to the filled in word.

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7. Directions: Select the word that best completes the sentence.

 

Once he ran out of reasonable arguments against his opponent’s position, the meanspirited senator resorted to making _________ personal remarks about his opponent.

Try to read the fill in a word without looking at the options. Then find the option that is closest to the filled in word.

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8. Directions: Select the word that best completes the sentence.

 

In a victory for police and law enforcement the Supreme Court _________ a lower court’s ruling, which allowed officers to take DNA samples from arrested suspects.

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9. Directions: Select the word that is most nearly the same in meaning as the word in capital letters.

STREWN

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10. Directions: Select the word that is most nearly the same in meaning as the word in capital letters.

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