two weeks

How long does it take to get your SSAT scores back?

two weeks

How do I get a SSAT fee waiver?

To find out:

  1. Request a fee waiver from the admission office at a school to which you are applying.
  2. If the school approves your fee waiver request, enter your fee waiver code on the SSAT registration payment page.

Can you take the SSAT more than once?

Can I take the SSAT more than once? In general, yes. You may take the SSAT on any or all of the standard test dates. However, you may only take the SSAT on one FLEX test date per year.

Can you use a calculator on the SSAT?

The quantitative (mathematics) section of the Upper Level SSAT measures your knowledge of algebra, geometry, and other quantitative concepts. You do not require and may not use a calculator for this section.

Should you skip questions on the SSAT?

You earn 1 point for every correct answer, you lose ΒΌ of a point for every wrong answer, and no points are gained or lost for questions you don’t answer. Despite this wrong answer penalty, there is no mathematical benefit to skipping questions — you should feel free to guess on any question that you get to.

How long are SSAT scores valid?

Short answer: Your SSAT scores will only remain valid through the current testing year. That means that you can’t use this year’s test scores for next year’s applications.

What is SSAT used for?

SSAT stands for the Secondary School Admissions Test, and it’s used for admission to private middle schools and high schools. If you’re looking to attend an elite private middle or high school, this is a test you’ll need to do well on.

What is difference between SSAT and SAT?

The main difference is the type of school the test taker is looking to attend. The SSAT helps students enter private schools from grades 4 through 11. The SAT helps students enter colleges and universities. College Board administers the SAT, while the SSAT is administered by the Enrollment Management Association (EMA).