Private In-Home and Online ISEE Tutoring in Long Island, NY
Receive personally tailored ISEE lessons from exceptional tutors in a one-on-one setting. We help you connect with in-home and online tutoring that offers flexible scheduling and your choice of locations.
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How can a tutor help your child master the ISEE?
If you are hoping to send your child to an independent school for either elementary, middle, or high school, they will need to take the Independent School Entrance Examination (ISEE). This exam is offered at three levels - lower, middle, and upper, based on your child's grade level. A private tutor can help your child study and prepare for each level of the exam. Varsity Tutors can assist in your search for an experienced ISEE tutor in Long Island, New York. Your child's tutor can work with them around your busy schedule at a time and place that works best for you - including online.
Long Island, New York, ISEE tutors can provide your child with the one-on-one attention that they would not receive from a study group or test prep course. This means that your child and their tutor can focus on only the areas that they need help with. Their tutor can give them a diagnostic exam to help determine what these areas are. From there, they can work together to decide if they should cover every section (verbal reasoning, quantitative reasoning, reading comprehension, and math achievement) or just a select few. Perhaps your child aced the verbal reasoning portion but struggled with decimals and fractions on the math section. In this case, they can spend less time on the sections they excelled on and focus on the sections they struggled with. They can even continue taking practice exams as a form of studying with their tutor. After they complete a section of the exam, their tutor can then score their answers and go over any incorrect responses with them. This can help your child learn the concepts that were covered by these questions, which is better than having to rely on a general answer key to tell them whether their answer was right or wrong.