• Mã kiểm tra: 0YR5SE
  • Họ và tên: Nguyễn Trần minh mẫn
  • Khối: 4

Welcome to Ivy Global School Entrance Test!

Chào mừng các bạn đến với bài thi đầu vào của trường Ivy Global!

There are 3 parts in the test: Reading (Reading vocabulary and Reading comprehension), Mathematics (Mathematics concepts, Mathematics computation, and Mathematics problems), and Language (Language Capitalization, Language Usage and Structure, và Language Spelling).

Bài thi gồm có 3 phần lớn: Reading (Reading vocabulary và Reading comprehension), Mathematics (Mathematics concepts, Mathematics computation, và Mathematics problems), và Language (Language Capitalization, Language Usage and Structure, và Language Spelling).

Time allowed/ Thời gian làm bài là: 45 phút.

Please prepare headphone or speaker since some parts required audio. You are allowed to listen to the audio up to 3 times.

Phần thi có các câu hỏi yêu cầu nghe. Bạn cần chuẩn bị tai nghe hoặc loa phù hợp. Các bài nghe có thể nghe tối đa 3 lần.

Good luck!/ Chúc bạn làm bài thật tốt!

Reading Vocabulary

Question 1-6: Choose the word that you hear.

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Question 7-12. For each item choose the word with the best meaning for the word in 𝗱𝗮𝗿𝗸𝗲𝗿 type.

7.    turn on the 𝗹𝗶𝗴𝗵𝘁𝘀

8.    take 𝗲𝘃𝗲𝗿𝘆𝘁𝗵𝗶𝗻𝗴

9.    𝘄𝗲𝗹𝗰𝗼𝗺𝗲 a friend

10.    𝗹𝗼𝗰𝗮𝘁𝗲 a toy

11.    𝗿𝗲𝗽𝗮𝗶𝗿 a fence

12.    𝗰𝗼𝗻𝘀𝘁𝗿𝘂𝗰𝘁 a box

Reading Comprehension

Read and work out each of the following problems. Choose the space next to the answer.

Question 1-6: Read the story below. Then choose the best answer for each question after the story.

There was a little boy named Danny who lived in a small town. His favorite thing to do every Saturday was to visit the ice cream shop. The shop had chocolate, vanilla, and strawberry ice cream flavors. Danny’s favorite flavor was chocolate.

1.    Danny was

2.    Where did Danny go every Saturday?

3.    What was his favorite ice cream flavor?

4.    Where did Danny live?

5.    What flavor ice cream did the shop NOT have?

6.    How old was Danny?

Question 7-12: Read the story below. Then choose the best answer for each question after the story.

There was a farmer who found something strange when he was plowing in his field. Something was sticking up out of the ground. When the farmer started to dig it up, he realized it was a metal box. He took the box back to the barn to see if he could open it. Once the farmer broke the lock, he opened the box and found old coins inside.

7.    The farmer was

8.    Where was the farmer when he found something strange?

9.    What did the farmer find?

10.    Where did the farmer take the box?

11.    The box was made of

12.    What kind of coins did he find?

Question 13-16: Find the word that comes alphabetically after.

13.    Dog

14.    More

15.    Bench

16.    Cat

Mathematics Computation

Do the following problems in addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. Use your scratch paper to do your work.

1.    9 + 5 =

2.    13 + 45 + 30 =

3.    23 + 33+ 12 =

4.    12 + 9 =

5.    3 - 0 =

6.    77 - 37 =

7.    92 - 13 =

8.    578 - 413 =

9.    3 x 7 =

10.    7 x 1 =

11.    9 x 8 =

12.    6 x 6 =

13.    16 : 4 =

14.    90 : 10 =

15.    40 : 5 =

16.    56 : 8 =


Read and work out each of the following problems.

1.    What is the length of this key?

2.    Which of these figures is a triangle?

3.    What time does this clock show?

4.    Which digit in the numeral 1,456 is in the tens’ place?

5.    What number belongs on the line?

5 10 15 ___

6.    What fraction of the figure below is NOT shaded?

7.    Which of these numerals names the LARGEST number?


Choose the correct answers

1.    Mark had 3 baseball cards. James gave him 4 more. How many baseball
cards does Mark have now?

2.    Jenny bought 5 candy bars for 2 dollars each, and 2 other candy bars for 1 dollar each. How much did she pay for all the candy bars?

3.    Jack wanted to buy his first bicycle for $15. He mowed lawns for three weeks and earned $12 dollars. How much more does Jack need?

4.    Jan is buying cupcakes for her class. Each box of cupcakes has 6 cupcakes in it. Her class has 24 students in it. How many boxes must she buy?

5.    Mike had 12 toys. He gave 3 toys to Danny and 4 toys to Wyatt. How many toys did Mike have left?

6.    Rita has 4 stickers, Piper has 6 stickers, and Alina has 5 stickers. If they divide them equally, how many stickers will each have?

7.    A cookie recipe calls for 3 cups of sugar. In order to make a triple batch of cookies, how many cups of sugar would you need?

8.    Jack has 3 pizzas which are each cut into 6 slices. If Jack’s 8 friends each have 1 slice, how many slices will be left over?

LANGUAGE Capitalization

For each item, choose the number of words that needs to be capitalized. If no word needs to be capitalized, choose the “N” for “None.”

1.    tammy loves going to school.

2.    where did i put my shoes?

3.    Nick is 10 minutes late.

4.    i am from chicago, illinois.

5.    frank is reading a book.

6.    my sister is a writer.

7.    i live on baker street.

8.    did jane go home too?

9.    i cannot help ryan today.

10.    she will work on monday.

11.    please tell john to go.

12.    Have you been to canada?

13.    Head south toward the lake.

14.    i need to go home.

15.    Give the coin to me.

16.    our teacher is mr. harrison.

17.    Mother said, “clean your room.”

18.    we have seen mount rushmore.

19.    She is reading Magic flute.

LANGUAGE Usage and Structure

Choose the word or group of words that fits best in each sentence.

1.    Katie ________ five cookies home.

2.    They are going to the store by _______ .

3.    I ________ her my gloves.

4.    Sarah did not give me _______ flowers.

5.    Jim is going to _______ home.

6.    They _______ going to bake a cake.

7.    Rebekah ________ Mary a letter.

8.    Mom will _______ me to paint.


For each group of words below, choose the word that is spelled wrong. If none of the words are spelled wrong, choose “none of these.”