Learn everything you need to know about the SSAT at a Prometric Test Center. Articles will cover test results and recipients.
This computer-based version of the SSAT follows the same design of the paper-based version, however, it is taken on a computer at a Prometric center.
To help protect test takers and staff, Prometric test centers are taking steps and have specific requirements related to COVID-19.
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Yes. All SSAT scores are equally valid.
No. Because the scores from a paper-based and computer-based SSAT are equivalent, no distinction is made on the score report.
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Parent/guardians may either stay or sign a waiver allowing them to leave during testing. Parents/guardians will need to be present for check-in.
After check-in, but before proceeding to security and the test room, your student must store all prohibited items.
Yes. Access the Prometric sample user interface to try out the system. Please keep in mind that the tutorial may vary from the actual SSAT but will provide students with a general idea of what to expect on test day, as well as an opportunity to answer a few sample questions. Students will need to enable Flash in their browser in order for this tutorial to properly launch. Please note that the interface for taking the SSAT at Prometric is slightly different that the SSAT at Home interface.
It is very important for students to be aware of the sections and types of questions on the SSAT.
No. Testing must occur on a Prometric computer to ensure a consistent test experience and for test security reasons.
During breaks your student may leave the testing room and access their snacks and drinks that can be kept in your possession or put in a provided locker.
It may be helpful to many students for parents and guardians to help their student keep track of time during breaks.
After registration is complete, it may or may not be possible to add testing accommodations. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org as soon as possible to inquire.
In general, yes. We understand that receiving scores as fast as possible is very important.
No. Wi-Fi is not available in Prometric waiting rooms.