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ISEE Primary Level (Grade 3)

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What is the main idea of the passage?

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In line 8, why did Jacob hand Elise a broom and a trash bag?

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What happened just before Elise swept the floor?

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In lines 14–16, Jacob says, “You do not have to throw them away, but something needs to be done to get this room in shape.” Which does he mean by “in shape”?

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In line 39, what does “transformation” mean?

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In lines 28 and 29, the author says, “After a few short minutes, the save box was overflowing.” What does this most likely tell about Elise?

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What is the main idea of the passage?

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According to the passage, why did the astronauts collect over 47 pounds of moon rocks?

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In lines 22-23, which best explains why the author wrote about the phone call to President Nixon?

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In line 7, “mission” most nearly means

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In lines 25-26, what is the most likely reason the astronauts placed tools and other objects on the moon?

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Which word best describes the author’s tone in this passage?

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What is the main idea of the passage?

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How did Brian try to make the kite fly?

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In the passage, which of these happens first?

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Based on what Brian and Grace learned about flying kites, what will they probably do the next time they fly a kite?

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In line 29, what does “examine” mean?

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In lines 25–26, what did the author mean by the sentence, “Their faces fell”?

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What is the main idea of the passage?

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According to the passage, why might John Hancock have signed his name with such large and fancy letters?

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The passage suggests that David is

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Which event made David first ask his father about John Hancock?

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Which word best describes David’s tone in the last paragraph?

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In line 12, what does the word “chuckled” most likely mean?

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Which shows the smallest amount?

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Owen was playing catch with his sister. He kept track of how many times in a row he caught the ball. He listed the numbers from least to greatest. 2 , 3 , 3 , 4 , 7 , 8 , 8 , 8 , 9 . Which number is found most often in Owen’s list?

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What is the next number in the pattern below?

82,73,64,55,46, ?

 

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Derek builds a toy train and measures it. The train is 2 meters long. How many centimeters long is the train?

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