How to Register for the SSAT

The steps involved in getting registered for the Second School Assessment Test or SSAT are extremely simple. This test is mainly based on multiple choice questions, which means the students will be required to choose the right answer from the three to four options given right below the question. Students are required to improve their verbal communication, mathematical skills and reading ability considerably to be able to pass this test.

Registration for the SSAT test can be done online on the SSAT’s official website. Create your account, pay the test fee and any other relevant fee to receive confirmation vial email or through post mail. This article will guide you through the whole process.


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    You will be required to register for SSAT test online. This can be done by providing all the details on the official SSAT website. You will need to create a new user account providing information such as your full name, parents’ name, gender, phone number, email address, permanent address, date of birth and social security number. Once you have filled in all the details, simply click the continue button that is usually found at the bottom of the page.

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    Choose the date of your test. Open the drop down menu and you will be able to see all available SSAT Test dates. It is recommended to select a date when you can reach the test centre conveniently.

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    Next, consider entering recipients of the score such as the high school or secondary school depending on your requirement. You can receive test scores at your permanent address by paying $35 for the service.

    SSAT official body emails the scores directly to your email address for only $20. If you are yet to start your preparation, consider purchasing a study guide for $30which  you will receive at your permanent address.

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    Pay the fee and any other relevant  charges by using your credit or debit card. The process is simple, but you should only click the button after proof reading and verifying all the information you have provided.

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