How long is SSAT exam?

3 hours

What is a good percentile on the SSAT?

For some schools the average percentile rankings for accepted students will be in the 60th percentile. For other schools the average percentile rankings for accepted students will be in the 85th percentile or higher.

Which is better Exeter or Andover?

This year, Andover dropped from first place to third place on Niche’s “2020 Best Private High Schools in America” ranking. While it is currently sitting behind Phillips Exeter Academy in first and St. Mark’s School of Texas in second, Andover held the first place position for the past four years.

How is SSAT score calculated?

Your Scaled Scores The total scaled score for a Middle Level SSAT is the sum of the scores for the quantitative, verbal, and reading sections. It has a low value of 1320, a high value of 2130, and a midpoint of 1725. SSAT is the sum of the scores for the quantitative, verbal, and reading sections.

How much does SSAT cost?

2019-2020 SSAT Fees

Fee Item
$144 Regular SSAT registration fee for a national test date
$144 + administration fee SSAT registration fee to test with an educational consultant as a flex test administration
$45 SSAT late registration fee (in addition to the regular registration fee)

Does the SSAT Superscore?

The SSAT itself does not superscore (you will have to send multiple tests to school), but school admissions departments might do so.

What is a good SSAT score for 5th grader?

Median Scores (SSAT 50th Percentile)
Grade Verbal
Middle Level 5 584
6 614
7 638

How do I prepare for the SSAT?

10 Tips for Doing Your Best on the SSAT

  1. Practice, practice, practice – early!
  2. Read – a lot!
  3. If you know you are weak in a particular subject, get help before you take the test.
  4. Be prepared.
  5. Get a good night’s rest.
  6. Be on-time for your test.
  7. Relax!
  8. Set a pace.

Is SSAT marking negative?

#4: Learn when to guess. There is a penalty for wrong answers on the Upper (and Middle) Level SSAT. You earn 1 point for every correct answer, you lose ¼ of a point for every wrong answer, and no points are gained or lost for questions you don’t answer.