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The Secondary School Admissions Test (SSAT) is used primarily for admission to boarding schools and military schools in the U.S. , Canada and around the world. Some private secondary schools also accept this test. The SSAT has 2 different levels: Lower Level and Upper Level. All students applying for 8th grade and above will take the Upper Level.

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We explain concepts tested on the exams and teach proven test-taking techniques. All lessons are focused on beating the SSAT.

What's on the SSAT Test?

The SSAT is 155 minutes in length and consists of four multiple-choice sections and a writing sample. The following areas are tested: Verbal, Quantitative, and Reading . The writing sample is not scored by SSAT (Secondary School Admissions Test), nor is a copy included with the report sent to students. A copy is only mailed to the student's respective schools.

Quantitative (2 separate sections; each contains 25 questions, 30 minutes) tests your knowledge of general mathematical concepts, including arithmetic, algebra, and geometry. There are no quantitative comparison questions.

Verbal (60 questions, 30 minutes) tests your knowledge of vocabulary using two different question types: synonyms and analogies. There are no sentence completions.

Reading (40 questions, 40 minutes) tests your ability to read and understand short passages. These reading passages include both fiction (including poetry and folklore) and nonfiction.

Essay (1 essay topic, 25 minutes) is not scored, but a copy is forwarded to the schools to which you apply.

How to register
Register online at www.ssat.org at any time or mail/fax a completed registration form to SSAT by the regular registration deadline.

When to take the SSAT

The SSAT is administered once a month from November through April and once in June. It can be taken at various locations throughout the country.

SSAT FAQ

http://www.ssat.org/ssat/info/general-faq.html

 
 
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