Kaplan SSAT & ISEE: For Private and Independent School Admissions [NOOK Book]

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6 full-length practice tests: 3 SSATs and 3 ISEEs, tailored to upper, middle, and lower levels

Detailed answer explanations

Hundreds of practice questions covering the most frequently tested material

Intensive, test-specific ...

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Kaplan SSAT & ISEE: For Private and Independent School Admissions

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Overview

Features:

6 full-length practice tests: 3 SSATs and 3 ISEEs, tailored to upper, middle, and lower levels

Detailed answer explanations

Hundreds of practice questions covering the most frequently tested material

Intensive, test-specific Math and Verbal workouts

Customized review sections for important subject areas, including Verbal Reasoning, Mathematics, Reading Comprehension, and Writing

Practical tips for every question type

Powerful test-taking strategies to help you score higher

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781607142249
  • Publisher: Kaplan Publishing
  • Publication date: 3/10/2009
  • Series: Kaplan Test Prep
  • Sold by: Kaplan, Inc.
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 576
  • Sales rank: 745,641
  • Product dimensions: 8.37 (w) x 10.87 (h) x 1.31 (d)
  • File size: 5 MB

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Kaplan Publishing is one of the nation's top publishers of academic and professional development resources. We publish titles on topics such as test preparation, college and graduate school admissions, academic and career development in the legal, medical, education, and general business fields. Kaplan Publishing is the leading provider of test prep materials for a variety of standardized tests, including the GRE, GMAT, LSAT, SAT, PSAT, MCAT, TOEFL, and more.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 31, 2013

    Falling Rain

    * A slash means a new paragraph, as my return symbol doesn't work./The rain falls, washing away the tears on my face, the blood on the ground. It doesn't care that my world has just been ripped apart. Its coldness freezes my outside, but I want it to freeze my insides, too. Then, I won't have to bear the pain, the pain piercing my heart, twisting me around./ I can't get up. Why would I even want to get up? There's no reason to keep going. If I stay here, I will surely die, from starvation, thirst, pneumonia, hypothermia... Will dying hurt? Will my soul detach from my body and just drift away? Will- My thoughts on death are interupted by crashing. And a voice; a man's voice calling someone/ "Hey! I think we found a live one. Come help me." I try to protest, but it is no use. Everything fades to black./ I wake up in a hospital. At least, thats what I think it is. Almost everything is white. The tubes in my arm are uncomfortable, but they're are probably responsible for keeping my alive. If I yank them out, I might die. No more pain or grief./ But, for the first time, I think of my family, killed in the bomb. They would want me live, to have a chance to do what they didn't get to do. The kind people who rescued me probably don't want their work wasted. A small yellow butterfly flitters into my room and lands on my nose./ I smile, thinking "I'd miss butterflies. And chocolate, milkshakes, swimming..." I decide, maybe, life is worth living. I can fight against other bombs from the Order; I can pay back my family, fall in love, accomplish something./ Later, a doctor comes in, telling a stiffly dressed woman that "she's probably stable enough now." / "Lori, I know you can hear me. My name, excuse me, my code name is Edna. I'm here to offer you a place in the Resistance. Your reply will be recieved when I come tommorow. Think carefully." I don't have to think. I know my answer./// by Summersnow

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 31, 2013

    A Man and a Mouse by Shiver

    Once upon a time, there was a little boy. He was as normal as most boys you might imagine, always curious and getting into a little trouble now and again. This little boy loved wandering into the forest just outside his house and expolring the unknown woods. He did this everyday, and one day, he went out particularly early into the forest. "Hoot! Hoot!" The young boy heard, and his eyes followed the sound up into the trees and rested on the source. A large barn owl sat upon one of the lower branches of an oak tree. Well, the boy just had to have it as a pet, it made such a pretty noise and looked so fascinating. So he slowly reached up, his tiny fingers hooking on to the bird's large talons. Now he wasn't sure how it happened, (the child had probably gotten scared when it tried to fly away.) But the bird ended up on the ground, dead. The boy broke into tears, trying to make it alive again, and upon failing ran home to get a shovel. He buried the owl, and vowed to never harm another animal again. As he grew older, he started noticing the smaller things of the forest, like the spiders, rabbits, and mice. He loved all these animals and started to take a notebook with him everyday, to draw them. Many years later, he sat on a train with his wife, and casually doodled a little cartoon mouse. "Mickey." The wife said with a smile. "His name should be Mickey Mouse. And so it was, for this little boy grew up to be the famous Walt Disney. ~The End~ (This is a true story about Walt Disney when he was a kid and how Mickey Mouse was created. Hope you enjoyed! -Shiver)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 30, 2013

    *Painted Night*

    A cool breeze sweeps through a green valley at sunset.The bright firy flaming sun sinks behind a shiny crystal pool.A swirl of colors serenades the sunset along with the singing frogs on the lily pads.The wind that followed was a cool whisper,bringing the black, inky stillness of the night.When the lake swallows the fire that lights the day,the gentle golden moon rises.To greet it jumps a silver wolf,upon a cool rock.He howls a wild call, and the shining stars come, rising to meet the moon.A dance of the nocternal noises heralds the starting of the night.And so they go upon their way untill the morning light.The sun triumphantly rises,bringing night to a close.And untill the next night,the nocternal creatures doze.-----Emeraldmoon*You should announce the winners in the next result.*

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 4, 2013

    Cardinal

    BOOHOO!!!!!!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 30, 2013

    -Phoenix Ashes-

    Imagine.<p> A dusty stable. It is clear that it used to be filled to the brim with creatures of all sorts of shape and size. But now, it was in complete disrepair. Dust and hay blew around, mixed with various other pieces of trash. Grafitti adorns the walls-and not very nice grafitti either. A few rats skitter away on the rotted wood planks that was once a floor.<br>It wasn't exactly going to win an award for curb appeal anytime soon.<p>Yet it was not just a trashy stable to the boy standing in the doorway. Oh, no. It was a place of memories.<p>The boy remembered the great, colorful assortment of creatures, from Unicorns to Satyrs. But mostly Dragons. He remembered the dragons with fondness.<p>And, of course, one Phoneix.<br>The boy wiped away a tear at that memory. He walked inside the stable to a wooden post. It looked like the rest of the barn, save being clean from grafitti. Scratched clumsily on the post was a rough outline of a heart. Inside the heart was inscribed "C+E"<p>The boys tears ran profusely.<p> He plaved his hand inside the heart and remembered the Phoenix shifter that he had carved this with. She was beautiful. The best friend he had ever had. He kept sobbing as he left the dirty stable. Outside the stable hung a weatherbeaten sign that read "Welcome to Dragon Stables!" The boy kept walking as it began to rain.<p>The search for his beloved continued.<p>(In memory of Dragon Stables...<br>...And Egypt.)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 28, 2013

    Join The New Camp SWIFTA!

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