ISEE Primary 4 Practice Test PDF
The ISEE Primary 4 is designed to measure the reading and mathematics skills of students seeking admission to fourth grade in independent schools. This ISEE Primary 4 online admission test is administered to third grade students seeking admission to grade four. The first two sections are designed to measure student achievement in Reading and Mathematics. The third section is an untimed and unscored Writing Sample which is written by the student in response to a given prompt.
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ISEE Mathematics Primary 4 : Set 1
ISEE Mathematics Primary 4 : Set 1
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Question 1 of 24
1. Question
Mrs. Smith, a pet storeowner, created a graph to compare the number of boys and girls who bought certain types of pet animals in her store.
Which pet has the highest difference between the number of boys and the number of girls who bought it?
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Question 2 of 24
2. Question
Kevin has been practicing running in preparation for the incoming interschool track competition. He recorded the time it takes him to finish a onemile run for 8 consecutive practice rounds.
KEVIN’S RUN TIMES Round 1 6.8 minutes Round 2 5.9 minutes Round 3 5.6 minutes Round 4 5.3 minutes Round 5 5.7 minutes Round 6 5.1 minutes Round 7 4.8 minutes Round 8 4.5 minutes His time decreased per run for several rounds and then increased. On which round did Kevin’s run time increase?
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Question 3 of 24
3. Question
The graph represents the weekly sales of pepperoni and Hawaiian pizzas in a pizza store for six consecutive weeks.
Based on the data in this graph, which question can be answered?
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Question 4 of 24
4. Question
Mr. Murphy recorded the number of ice cream bars he sold for each day for six consecutive days. He noticed that he had sold 5 more ice cream bars on Saturday than he did on Wednesday and Friday combined.
Based on the data, how many ice cream drops are represented by ?
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Question 5 of 24
5. Question
Cynthia recorded a measurement of a wallpaper as 9 square meters. Which wallpaper measurement did Cynthia record?
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Question 6 of 24
6. Question
In an art gallery, a wooden frame will be widened to accommodate more paintings by adding a 3footwide section to the middle of it.
What will happen to the perimeter of the wooden frame if the 3footwide section is added to the middle?
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Question 7 of 24
7. Question
Two friends were estimating the weights of some objects. For the first estimation, Pete believed that a textbook weighs about one kilogram, but Matt disagreed and said that it weighs about one ton. For the second estimation, Pete believed that a paper clip weighs about a gram, but Matt disagreed and said that it weighs about a pound.
Which of the following statements is true?
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Question 8 of 24
8. Question
The figure shows a drawing of a school’s parking lot.
What is the perimeter of the parking lot?
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Question 9 of 24
9. Question
A pattern is shown below.
How many unshaded circles will be in the eighth figure?
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Question 10 of 24
10. Question
Samantha and Sofia brought two different containers for collecting their Halloween Trick or Treat treats.
If each scale is balanced, which diagram shows that Sofia’s container weighs 1 pound more than Samantha’s container?
Let = 1 pound.
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Question 11 of 24
11. Question
The table shows the number of cans a filling machine in a soda company can fill per minute.
SODA FILLING MACHINE Number of Cans Filled Minutes 60 2 90 3 120 4 150 5 How long will it take to fill 270 cans of soda?
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Question 12 of 24
12. Question
Wilson solves a problem using the clue table.
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Question 13 of 24
13. Question
Sophie’s mom served some desserts as shown.
Which decimal represents the number of cupcakes that Sophie’s mom served?
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Question 14 of 24
14. Question
Cathy’s sister earns $11.23 per hour at her parttime job in a restaurant. Last month, she worked 38.9 hours. Which expression should she use to get the closest estimate of her pay?
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Question 15 of 24
15. Question
Jay made the following figures using blocks.
Which decimal represents the number of orange blocks?
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Question 16 of 24
16. Question
Which of the following equations in NOT true?
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Question 17 of 24
17. Question
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Question 18 of 24
18. Question
Bella recorded the measurements of some objects she found at home.
MEASURES OF OBJECTS Object Measures a can of soda 150 mL an apple 300 grams plate mat 50 centimeters room floor 80 square feet Which measurement was recorded for a plate mat?
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Question 19 of 24
19. Question
The average temperatures in Maryland for 9 consecutive weeks were recorded in the table below.
MARYLAND’S AVERAGE WEEKLY TEMPERATURE Week 1 61°F Week 2 64°F Week 3 65°F Week 4 60°F Week 5 62°F Week 6 63°F Week 7 58°F Week 8 59°F Week 9 62°F Which is the best observation we can say about the data?
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Question 20 of 24
20. Question
Mr. Howard, the canteen cook, made a graph of the number of boys and girls who like certain types of desserts.
Which dessert has equal numbers of boys and girls who like it?
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Question 21 of 24
21. Question
A wall made of bricks was extended as shown.
Which percent represents the number of the additional bricks?
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Question 22 of 24
22. Question
The figures below represent some numbers.
Using the table above, which of the following equations is true?
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Question 23 of 24
23. Question
Sofia is making a post card. She layouts the card as shown below.
She is planning to surround the card and the photo in the center with a decorative ribbon. How long of this ribbon will she need?
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Question 24 of 24
24. Question
A wall made of 120 bricks was cut to make a dog door.
Which percent represents the number of the cut part?
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