What is SSAT?
The SSAT (Secondary School Admissions Test) is a standardized test offered to children between grades 3 and 11, often required as an evaluation criteria for admissions by private middle and high schools in the United States. The test is composed of two math sections (Quantitative) along with one Reading Comprehension, Verbal Reasoning, and Writing section each. If you wish to transfer or enroll into top secondary institutions, it is important to take and score well on the SSAT. At EGCIS, we provide first-rate SSAT prep instruction for students wanting to better position themselves for their secondary education and beyond.
Key Aspects of our SSAT Course
Practice Makes Perfect
Exposing yourself to every variety of problem that you might find on the test is one of the best ways to prepare for the SSAT. The EGCIS methodology involves an initial test to evaluate strengths and weaknesses in students’ knowledge base to build a catered study plan filled with practice sets that will effectively address their weak points. Focused worksheets along with explanations and test taking tips from our expert tutors is your closest fast pass to SSAT success!
Committed to the Cause
Periodic mock testing lies at the foundation of SSAT preparation at EGCIS. This not only allows students to get used to the test format, but also allows them to track progress and improvement. By setting milestones and goals to hit along the way, we instill a degree of accountability for students to commit to practice.
Science Proven Methods
Certain problem types such as vocabulary may prove difficult for students enrolled in international schools. That’s why ECGIS employs a variety of science based learning techniques such as spaced repetition and periodization to effectively eliminate bottlenecks that hold back your potential. With these tools at hand, there is that the SSAT can stump you with.