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SSAT Test Prep

The Secondary School Admission Test (SSAT) is an admissions test given to students in grades 5-11. Student’s SSAT score serves as an important factor in the admissions process to independent or private junior high and high schools. Explore our options and get started today.

SSAT Core Program

15 Hours
Structure
  • Ten, 90 Minute sessions
  • One-on-One In Home Instruction
  • Skype Tutoring
Price
  • $1,999

Extra SSAT Sessions

Structure
  • A Single 1.5 Hour Session
  • Unique SSAT Curriculum
  • One-on-One, In-Home Instruction
  • Online via Skype Available
Price
  • $225 Per Session

What is the SSAT?

The Secondary School Admission Test (SSAT) is a multiple-choice aptitude test for students in grades 5-11. The SSAT is administered on two levels:

Lower:
(for students currently in grades 5-7)
Upper:
((for students currently in grades 8-11)

The SSAT has five sections:

Verbal Tests student’s vocabulary, verbal reasoning, and ability to relate ideas logically.
Quantitative I Tests students’ ability to solve problems involving arithmetic, elementary algebra and geometry and concepts.
Quantitative II Tests students’ ability to solve problems involving arithmetic, elementary algebra and geometry and concepts.
Reading Comprehension Tests students’ ability to understand what they read.
Essay * Writing sample portion, which asks students to respond to a topic statement.
*The Essay is not graded, but a copy accompanies each SSAT score report sent to the schools you have applied to.

Additional Questions About The SSAT

How do I register for a test date?

You can register for the one of the SSAT test dates you see below on their web site here: http://www.ssat.org/ssat/test/test-reg-online.html. The SSAT charges a $116 registration fee to to take the test.

How often may my student take the SSAT?

A student may test on any or all of the eight nationally-scheduled SSAT administrations.

If I test multiple times during the year, which scores are reported?

SSAT will send official score reports only to those schools you designate. However, if you test multiple times within a current test year, your official school score reports will indicate that you have multiple scores on file.


More Questions?

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