ISEE - Upper Level Courses
"The Upper Level ISEE is the private school admissions test taken by students applying to grades 9-12. If you're unfamiliar with the ISEE, please see my publications here including info about strategies, content, and scoring."
Stephen Hayes, General Academic Vice President
The Upper Level ISEE is no joke, but our courses will help students eliminate the stress and uncertainty brought on by the ISEE and private school admissions. Our instructors, using our own ISEE prep book, will guide students through the ISEE and its tested concepts while teaching and practicing testing strategies throughout the course. We will also shed light on the admissions process, look at what each school has to offer, and discuss what each student brings to the table on their applications and interviews.
Summer 2017 Course Schedule
For Summer 2017, we are offering Weekday and Weekend Course options. Optional practice ISEEs are included on Sundays outside of class days and are selected at registration.
Weekday Options - Monday through Thursday (2 weeks)
Weekend Options - Saturdays and Sundays (3 weeks)
July 15 to July 30
New for 2016: Take the ISEE Up to 3x a Year
Students may now take the ISEE up to 3 times in a year (once in a 4 month period):
Plus, students can review ISEE scores before sending them to schools. If the November scores aren't good, they can take the ISEE again in January and then choose which results to submit.
Students needing accommodations can now apply online.
More About our ISEE Classes
We have helped hundreds of 8th graders prepare for the ISEE since our first group ISEE class in 2011. We start with our own 932-page book on the ISEE, add one of our brilliant instructors, and teach through a hands-on, interactive approach.
Students receive a copy of General Academic's own 932-page "Upper Level ISEE Prep Guide with 6 Full-Length Practice Tests."
During each course, students will work through 1 complete practice test and additional practice sections (depending on performance) all while learning strategies and reviewing tested concepts.
A typical class is composed of two instructor-led parts:
We keep our classes small to ensure that your student receives personalized attention.
All classes are limited to 8 students or fewer.
Enroll with Friends
Test prep is more fun when you're among friends:
Read our full course policies here.