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SSAT Elementary Level Grade 4 Test Prep & Practice Tests

SSAT Elementary Level Grade 4 Practice Tests (Sample Questions) & Tutors at eTutorWorld

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The SSAT Elementary Grade 4 is an admission test for students seeking admission to grade 5 in any of the 900 private and independent schools in the United States, Canada, and worldwide. It is not an achievement test.

SSAT scores are one of the parameters considered by these private schools. SSAT Elementary offers your 4th grader an excellent chance to learn at one of the country’s best schools that are committed to students’ over all development. And when it comes to your child, you sure would be looking for the best tutoring for SSAT Elementary grade 4 so your child can score high and be welcomed to the most outstanding institutions?

The SSAT Elementary Grade 4 assesses students’ math, verbal, Reading and writing skills. While the math, verbal, reading sections are scored; the writing sample is not graded, but a copy is provided to schools along with the student’s score report. 3rd graders need to answer the SSAT Elementary Grade 3 to seek admission to Grade 4 in one of the private institutions.

SSAT Elementary Grade 4 Sample Questions

Here are some concepts that may feature on the ELEMENTARY LEVEL SSAT (Grade 4). We have taken up a few concepts and provided a brief explanation thereafter. During our online sessions, all these and many other concepts required to master the SSAT Elementary Grade 4 are covered with an Expert Tutor.

While the SSAT Elementary Grade 4 Section is about knowing math concepts well and solving problems based on them; its Verbal section about knowing your vocabulary and the correct usage of words. It’s important to not just memorize but also understand word meanings. The SSAT Elementary Grade 4 Section is about comprehending the given passage and answering questions based on it.

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Here’s the Format of SSAT Elementary (Grades 4)

Section Number of questions Duration What does it Measure?
Section 1: Quantitative/math 30 30 minutes Student's mathematical reasoning ability that may or may not require computation.
Section 2: Verbal 30 20 minutes Student's understanding of the meaning of words and verbal reasoning ability.
Break 15 minutes
Section 3: Reading 28 30 minutes Student's understanding of key ideas and details to determine the main idea of the given text.
Writing Sample 1 Prompt 15 minutes Student's ability to express him/herself through a written response to a picture prompt.
Totals 89 110 minutes
  • For SSAT Elementary Level Grade 4, the range of values for each section’s scaled score is 300 to 600.
  • The scaled score percentile rank has values from 1 to 99. It compares performance to other students taking the same examination.
  • The total scaled score is the sum of the scaled scores for all the sections. Its range of values is 900 to 1800

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Frequently Asked Questions

1. What is the SSAT Elementary Level Test?

The Elementary Level SSAT is the elementary school admission test for students currently in grade 3.

2. What Is on the Elementary Level SSAT?

SSAT Elementary level has 5 sections: Quantitative (Math), Verbal, Reading, Writing, and Experimental. Although Writing Sample is not scored, schools use it to assess students’ writing skills.

3. How long is the SSAT Elementary Level Test?

SSAT Elementary level is 2 Hours & 5 Minutes long (125 minutes). Students are allotted a 15-minute break.

4. What is the fees for SSAT Elementary Level Test?

Students can find the latest SSAT Elementary Level test fees here. There are also fee waivers for qualified test takers.

5. What to bring in SSAT Elementary Level Test?

Students are advised to bring the following things: A printed admission ticket, 2 pencils, a Snack in a clear bag, and a Water bottle.

6. What is the testing options for the SSAT Elementary Level?

The SSAT Test is only available as a paper test at the Elementary Level.

7. What is a good score on the SSAT Elementary Test?

For SSAT Elementary Level, the lowest scale score is 300, while the highest score is 600. So the total scale scores fall in the range of 900 to 1800. The average SSAT Elementary Level score is between 1300-1400. So, the Good SSAT Elementary score is more than 1500.

8. What is the best way to prepare for the SSAT Elementary Level?

The best way to prepare for the SSAT Elementary Test is to take the complete SSAT Test Prep Plan. Students find it challenging to study without expert tutor guidance. eTutorWorld offers a complete SSAT Elementary Level Test Prep plan. This plan consists of Tutoring sessions, Full-length Practice Tests, and Worksheets. Students can easily get a top-notch score in SSAT Elementary Level with this plan. Students can find the SSAT Elementary Practice Tests for the Verbal, Math, and Reading Sections.

9. Are eTutorWorld's SSAT Elementary Level Practice Tests effective?

Yes, eTutorWorld’s Practice Tests for the SSAT Elementary Level are effective. eTutorWorld’s Practice Tests have sample questions that are most likely to come in the SSAT tests. Practice tests help students in their learning, concepts, and time management. eTutorWorld’s SSAT Elementary Level Practice Tests are designed by the top class SSAT Tutors and aligned with the latest SSAT curriculum. These Practice tests are helpful to get better scores on the SSAT Elementary Level Test.

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