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How to Stand Out With the Character Skills Snapshot

December 3, 2021

Private school admission officers are seeking a holistic view of prospective students. With the Character Skills Snapshot, an innovative measure of student preferences, attitudes, and beliefs toward seven character skills, you can help them get to know who your child is in addition to what they know on the SSAT—letting your child's uniqueness shine. Watch this recorded presentation to learn more about the Snapshot, including the insight you gain as a parent.

Register for the Snapshot

If you've already created parent and student accounts for your family within our portal, then you're all set to register your child to take the Snapshot within your parent account. Students will then have the ability to take the Snapshot from their student accounts, and you will control which schools receive the results.

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