What is the SSAT Testing Experience Statement?

This statement enables the parent or guardian to indicate if any irregularities interfered with the student’s ability to complete the test.

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December 18, 2020
December 18, 2020

For all students testing December 14, 2020 or later, a parent or guardian is required to submit a Testing Experience Statement as soon as possible after the test is completed. This statement enables the parent or guardian to indicate if any irregularities (problems that may have occurred during the test administration) interfered with the student’s ability to complete the test. Scores for each test will not be released to the family or score recipients if a statement is not completed. This applies to all modes of testing — on paper, at Prometric and SSAT at Home. To complete the statement:

  • Log into the parent/guardian account here.
  • Click the "SSAT Testing" button.
  • Click the "Review Statement" button next to your student's test.
  • Complete and submit the statement.*

*If a parent or guardian indicates an irregularity impacted their student, they must also immediately email info@ssat.org complete details. Scores for the test will not be released until further review can be completed.

For any test impacted by an irregularity, EMA will work with the family and test center, if applicable, to understand the nature of the irregularity and EMA will determine whether the test scores are valid. If test scores are deemed to be invalid, scores will not be released and the student will be provided a free retest at no charge.

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