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There are several sections that go into your child’s ISEE Upper Level test: the essay, mathematics, reading comprehension, verbal reasoning, and quantitative reasoning. The key difference between math and quantitative reasoning are the major concepts. The ISEE Upper Level Quantitative section focuses on quantitative comparisons and word problems. These use few calculations, and typically involve creative thinking in order to solve them. Therefore, they must be studied efficiently to ensure preparation for the 35-minute, 37-question test. Your child can use Varsity Tutors’ Learning Tools Question of the Day to practice quickly solving problems correctly, and determine which concepts they should be focusing on in their preparation. Through practice and preparation, your child can optimize their success on the Upper Level Quantitative portion of the ISEE.

On the Learning Tools site, your child can easily access the Question of the Day from any device that can connect to the Internet. Each question is randomly chosen from the free Upper Level Quantitative ISEE practice tests. While the question is timed, your child is permitted to take as long as they need; the timer is merely there to provide you and your child with additional data to consider when gauging their strength in a particular areas. Your child can use the Question of the Day to practice their skills every day. Since the questions rotate through, your child’s mind can actively engage with the task at hand, and they can complete them as quickly or as slowly as they need to.

With the Question of the Day, your child is given the opportunity to practice a variety of concepts on a daily basis. They can answer questions that require them to think creatively on concepts such as equation solutions, variables, data analysis, fractions, ratios, whole and parts, a wide range of different shapes, Venn Diagrams, exponents, greatest common factors, least common multiples, and a variety of other concepts. By regularly practicing with these concepts, your child can help their progression towards upper level mathematical courses. The ability to think and solve creatively is a valuable skill to carry onto college and future careers.

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Upon completing the Question of the Day, your child is given an explanation to the core concept behind the problem. They can review this to identify the “why” behind the answer, even if he or she was correct. The Upper Level Quantitative section of the ISEE is testing your child on their knowledge of how math really works, so it can be a good daily review. Varsity Tutors’ Learning Tools provide your child with a wide range of study options to allow them to prepare for the big test.

### Question of the Day: ISEE Upper Level Quantitative

Which is the greater quantity?

(a) The sum of the prime numbers between 11 and 19 inclusive

(b) The sum of the composite numbers between 11 and 19 inclusive

It is impossible to tell from the information given

(a) and (b) are equal

(b) is the greater quantity

(a) is the greater quantity