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Course SummaryIf you're looking for help preparing for the ISEB Common Entrance at 13+ Math exam, check out our comprehensive test prep course. These text and video lessons simplify even the toughest concepts so you can earn the very best score possible on the exam.
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About This Course
Use this course to help your student get ready to take the ISEB Common Entrance at 13+ Math exam. Our video and text lessons cover all the topics that could be covered on the exam, and the lesson quizzes and chapter tests help assess how well a student understands the subjects presented. Our professional instructors have designed these study tools to maximize effectiveness and allow you to study in the shortest time possible. Once this course is complete, you should understand the following:
- Number sense and mathematical operations
- Factors, prime numbers, powers and roots
- Percentages, fractions and decimals
- British measurement units, including the metric system
- Algebraic and linear expressions and equations
- Proportions, ratios and rates of change
- Angles, lines, polygons, and geometric shapes
- Probability and the methods used to present data
About the Exam
Many of the top prep schools and independent senior schools in the UK trust the ISEB Common Entrance at 13+ exam to keep their academic standards high. Students take this exam when they are in Year 8, and it is considered a thorough preparation for the GCSEs. Students are required to sit for the compulsory subjects of Math, Science and English, and may select additional elective papers to sit for as well. The 13+ Math exam consists of two papers, each lasting 60 minutes, and a mental test that candidates may take up to 30 minutes to complete. The use of a calculator is allowed on one of the papers but is not allowed on the other. Testing for the two papers is given at three levels depending upon the skill level of the candidate, while the mental test is the same across all three levels.
ISEB Common Entrance at 13+ Math Exam Preparation & Registration
In preparation for the complex mathematical topics that students taking the ISEB Common Entrance at 13+ Math exam will encounter, the lessons in this chapter address specific concepts in short segments that are easy to understand. Lesson topics include British systems of measurement, linear equations, geometric shapes, mathematical operations and much more. Chapter tests and lesson quizzes can be taken to gauge how well you might do on the exam and to identify topics that need greater work to master.
The exam is offered three times a year, in November, January and in May/June. Registration opens several months before the testing date, and then closes approximately a month before testing begins. Prep schools that regularly use the Common Entrance exam often register their students for the exam. Parents are encouraged to check with their student's school to ensure their registration. Alternatively, parents of students who attend state schools or schools that do not utilize the Common Entrance exam may register their students on the ISEB website.
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