SSAT Preparation Course
What Is The SSAT?
The Secondary School Admission Test (SSAT) is a standardized admissions test used by many unaffiliated independent schools, non-parochial Catholic schools, and boarding schools. The exam was designed as an aptitude test to measure a student's ability in core subject areas independent of a student's school record. It is administered on three levels: Elementary Level (grades 3-4), Middle Level (grades 5-7) and Upper Level (grades 8-11).
Who Should Take The SSAT?
Students interested in attending private boarding schools, or independent secondary schools in the U.S., will need to take the SSAT. Admission officers will use SSAT score to judge the current and potential ability of the students to handle their school curriculum.
What Makes Kaplan's SSAT Program Unique?
The SSAT Exam at a Glance
SSAT administrated in Elementary Level (Grades 3-4, available in the U.S. only), Middle Level (Grade 5-7) and Upper Level (Grade 8-11). It is designated to measure the students’ verbal, quantitative and reading skills acquired in and out of school.
|Section||Time / Format|
|Writing Sample||25-min section with one question|
|Section 1: Quantitative||30-min section with 25 questions|
|Section 2: Reading||40-min section with 40 questions|
|Section 3: Verbal||30-min section with 60 questions|
|Section 4: Quantitative||30-min section with 25 questions|
|Section 5: Experimental||15-min section with 16 questions|
To register, please contact the Official Examination Body: http://ssat.org/
SSAT Exam Fee
Checklist For Test Day
MUST Bring Items
What Not to Bring
You may not bring into the testing center or use any of the following:
Remarks : Electronic devices, including cell phones, are not permitted in the test center, and the use of any electronic device is strictly prohibited.
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