SSAT Test Prep

The Secondary School Admissions Test (SSAT) is an admissions test given to students in grades 5-11. A 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.

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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.

Frequently Asked Questions

If I test multiple times during the year, which scores are reported?2020-05-08T21:01:29+00:00

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.

How often may my student take the SSAT?2020-05-08T21:01:02+00:00

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

How do I register for a test date?2020-05-08T21:00:36+00:00

You can register for one of the SSAT test dates you see below on their web site here: The SSAT charges a $116 registration fee to take the test.

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