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SSAT Middle Level: Sample Questions
The Middle Level SSAT is an admission test for students in grades 5-7 seeking admission in grades 6-8. The test consists of verbal, quantitative (math), and reading comprehension sections.
- SSAT Middle Level Math/Quantitative Sample Questions (Section 1)
- SSAT Middle Level Reading Sample Questions
- SSAT Middle Level Verbal Sample Questions
- SSAT Middle Level Math/Quantitative Sample Questions (Section 4)
Use the above links to get familiar with some concepts that feature on the MIDDLE LEVEL SSAT TEST for 5-7 graders. All these and many other concepts required to master the tests are covered while you are tutored with an Middle Level SSAT expert tutor in our online sessions.
eTutorWorld’s Middle Level SSAT tutors are experts in their respective subjects and guide you to excel individually in the verbal, quantitative (math), reading and writing sections. Tutoring plans are closely matched to every student’s tutoring skills, schedules and needs. Success in Middle Level SSAT is the key to open the doors of excellent academic learning in one of the 900 private and independent schools in the United States, Canada and worldwide.
Here’s the Format of SSAT Middle Level
|Section||Number of questions||Duration||What does it Measure?|
|Writing Sample||1 (Unscored)||25 minutes||Gives a feel for how well you write and organize your ideas.|
|Section 1: Quantitative||25||30 minutes||Ability to solve problems involving arithmetic,elementary algebra,geometry and other concepts|
|Section 2: Reading||40||40 minutes||Your ability to read and comprehend what you read|
|Section 3: Verbal||60||30 minutes||Vocabulary,verbal reasoning and ability to relate ideas logically.|
|Section 4: Quantitative||25||30 minutes||Ability to solve problems involving arithmetic,elementary algebra,geometry and other concepts|
|Of the 167 items including the writing sample, only 150 questions are scored.|
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