The SSAT is a standardized test focused on verbal, math, and reading skills. Students have multiple ways throughout the year to take the SSAT.
What’s on the SSAT?
- Quantitative (Math): One section of 30 questions composed of math computation.
- Verbal: One section of 30 vocabulary and analogy questions.
- Reading: One section of 28 questions based on reading passages.
- Writing Sample: There is one writing prompt. The writing sample is not scored, but schools use it to assess writing skills.
- Experimental: One section of mixed content questions (verbal, reading, and math). This section does not count toward reported scores.
2020-2021 SSAT Test Dates and (Projected) Late Registration
|SSAT Exam Date||Registration Deadline||Late Registration Begins ($45 Fee)||Rush Registration Begins ($85 Fee)||Last Day for Registration|
|Apr 10, 2021||Mar 20, 2021||Mar 21, 2021||Mar 28, 2021||Apr 7, 2021|
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