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Elementary Level SSAT

For Students Applying to

Grades 4 & 5

Middle Level SSAT

For Students Applying to

Grades 6 through 8

Upper Level SSAT

For Students Applying to

Grades 9 through 12

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Test Taking Tips

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On the Middle and Upper Level SSAT, students earn 1 point for every correct answer, lose ¼ of a point for every wrong answer, and neither gain nor lose a point for omitted questions.

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