In most of our estimates, we identify it’s very rare that the school itself tells us exactly what their SSAT requirements are. However, for Lawrenceville, we have several estimates straight from the top boarding school’s website and recent past publications of the school.
Just a quick reminder that boys and girls score differently. As a result, we’ll share what it takes to score well for each gender specifically. In the following, you’ll find what raw score it takes to score from 80% to 99% (a “perfect score” on the SSAT) on the verbal section of the SSAT. Basically, you’ll learn how many questions out of the 60 possible questions on the Upper Level of the SSAT are needing to be correct.
SSAT Raw to Percentile Scores Calculator – Female 8th Grade
99% Verbal Score Cutoff for Girls
In order to obtain the gold standard of SSAT scores, you need to be able to get Read more
In an effort to give prospective SSAT takers (and their parents) a better idea of how most students perform on the competitive exam, we will break down past data and simplify it as best as possible. Please note, we are starting with a very general question and will illustrate how it is better asked when being more specific. We will attempt to answer the aforementioned question in the title as efficiently as possible along with addressing more specific versions of it in our explanation today.
First off, we need to define a few terms:
- raw scores
- scaled scores
- percentile ranks
It would be easy to simply say that overall, the average SSAT score is 50% out of 100%. However, the questions that should be be immediately asked are: Read more