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What is a good SSAT score for middle level?

What is a good SSAT score for middle level?

Middle Level scaled score: 440-710 for each section, 1320-2130 total. Upper Level scaled score: 500-800 for each section, 1500-2400 total.

What is 80th percentile on SSAT?

Peer Students Taking the SSAT Scores range from 1 to 99. For example, if your Reading SSAT percentile is 80 it would mean you scored equal or better in the Reading section than 80% of the students of your gender and grade who took the test during the last three years.

Is 91st percentile good SSAT?

Yes, a score of 1340 is very good. It places you in the top 91st percentile nationally out of the 1.7 million test takers of the SAT entrance exam. The score indicates you’ve done a significantly above above average job answering the questions on the Math and Evidence-Based Reading & Writing sections of the test.

What is the “median” SSAT score?

If you score in the 50th percentile on any SSAT section, you will achieve the “median” SSAT score for that test. And if you score higher than the 50th percentile, you perform better than the median.

What does 60th percentile mean on the SSAT?

SSAT Percentiles. In addition to your scaled score, the SSAT score report provides percentile rankings for each category, comparing your performance to that of other students in the same grade who have taken the test in the past three years. If you score in the 60th percentile, this means you are scoring better than 60% of other students in your…

What is the SSAT for grades 5-9?

For grades 5-9 compares your performance against a hypothetical national student population which includes students who did not take the SSAT. This score is generally higher because it draws from a wider population where students that are not applying to elite private schools are included.

What is the difference between the SSAT Percentile and norm group?

SSAT Percentile is useful in peer comparison whereas the student is compared by grade level and gender within the norm group. You should contact the independent school/s for clarification on how their process works.