SSAT Exam - Elementary Level
SSAT Exam Introduction
The SSAT Exam is a standardized test used by admission officers to assess the abilities of students seeking to enroll in an independent school. The SSAT measures the basic verbal, math, and reading skills students need for successful performance in independent schools.
80,000 plus students take the SSAT every year to apply to independent schools.
There are two types of SSAT administrations:
- Standard - The Standard SSAT is given on eight designated Saturdays during the academic year at test sites around the world.
- Flex - The Flex SSAT is given to an individual or group on any date other than the eight Standard dates.
There are three SSAT levels:
- Elementary Level SSAT - For children currently in 3rd and 4th grades who are applying for admission to 4th and 5th grades.
- Middle Level SSAT - For children currently in grades 5-7 who seek admission to grades 6 through 8.
- Upper Level SSAT - For children currently in grades 8-11 who are applying for admission to grades 9 through PG (Post Graduate).
SSAT Exam Summary
|Who can take the test?||Students from grades 3 to 11|
|When is the test conducted?||There are two types of SSAT administrations:
|What is the Format of the test?||All questions are multiple choice|
|What is the medium of the test?||Paper based|
|What are the Topics covered in the test?||
|How long is the test?||Total testing time is 2 hours and 5 minutes for Elementary Level and 3 hours and 5 minutes for Middle and Upper Level.|
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Elementary Level SSAT Exam Course Contents
All Quizzes can be retaken unlimited times. After each quiz, students will be able to check the results. To retake a quiz, simply click the Retake Quiz button at the bottom of the Results page.
Dynamic Quizzes are auto generated from a large collection of question bank. Each attempt of a Dynamic Quiz is like taking a new practice quiz with different questions. So, go ahead and practice your way to perfection!
|Topic||Number of Questions||Duration||Dynamic Quiz|
|Quantitative (Math) – Warm up Practice Quiz||5||Not timed||Yes|
|Quantitative (Math) – non Timed Practice Quiz||30||Not timed||Yes|
|Quantitative (Math) – Challenge Practice Quiz||30||Timed - 30 minutes||Yes|
|Reading – Warm up Practice Quiz||5||Not timed||No|
|Reading – non Timed Practice Quiz||28||Not timed||No|
|Reading – Challenge Practice Quiz||28||Timed - 30 minutes||No|
|Verbal - Warm Up Practice Quiz||5||Not timed||Yes|
|Verbal - Non Timed Practice Quiz||30||Not timed||Yes|
|Verbal - Challenge Practice Quiz||30||Timed - 20 minutes||Yes|
NOTE: Some questions may be repeated as the quiz randomly selects questions from a question bank.
Click the links below for related courses:
SSAT – Elementary Level – Quantitative (Math) – Warm Up
SSAT – Elementary Level – Quantitative (Math) – Non Timed
SSAT – Elementary Level – Quantitative (Math) – Challenge
SSAT – Elementary Level – Reading – Warm Up
SSAT – Elementary Level – Reading – Non Timed
SSAT – Elementary Level – Reading – Challenge
SSAT – Elementary Level – Verbal – Warm Up
SSAT – Elementary Level – Verbal – Non Timed
SSAT – Elementary Level – Verbal – Challenge