But I am sure all of that reading and surfing the Web helped get you ready.
The good thing about this is that it helps ensure that you'll be able to get into whatever school you want to go to after JPDS. You are giving yourself choices and opportunities. Way to go. I'm proud of you.
Your SSAT Scores
Verbal Score 689
(Personal Score Range: 671 - 707, SSAT Percentile 93%)
Math Score 680
(Personal Score Range: 665 - 695, SSAT Percentile 91%)
Reading Score 668
(Personal Score Range: 650 - 686, SSAT Percentile 89%)
Total Score 2037
(Personal Score Range: NA, SSAT Percentile 94%)
What Does My Score Mean, and
Why Do I Have a Personal Score Range?
Your scores are calculated by adding one point for each correct answer, zero
points for each omitted question, and by subtracting one-quarter of one point
for each incorrect answer or question with more than one answer marked.
Independent schools vary in their approach to using test scores in the
application process for admission. You are welcome to contact the schools of
interest to you to learn how they use the SSAT.
Since no standardized test score can exactly represent a student's ability in a
particular area, we provide a personal score range. If a student takes
different editions of the SSAT within a short period of time, it's likely that
scores may vary but will nearly always fall within the student's personal score
What Does My SSAT Percentile Mean?
Your SSAT percentile is a score between 1 and 99. Your score compares your
performance on the test to the performances of the other students of the same
grade and gender who have taken the SSAT within the past three years. For
example, if seventh-grader Sue Smith received a 65 SSAT percentile, she did as
well as or better than 65% of the other 7th grade girls who took the SSAT in the
past three years.
If you are concerned that your percentiles are lower than you have earned on
other tests, please remember that SSAT test takers are members of a small and
highly competitive group of students who plan to attend some of the world's best
independent schools. You should not be discouraged by what seems to be a lower
score than you usually attain on standardized testing. Below is the average
SSAT score received by a student of your grade and gender.
Average Grade: 6 Male
Test Question Breakdown
Number of Questions Right, Wrong, and Omitted
Questions testing your knowledge of words (synonyms) and
your ability to relate ideas (analogies).
Synonyms: Right 24 Wrong 6 Omitted 0
Analogies: Right 26 Wrong 4 Omitted 0
Questions testing your knowledge of number properties and
relationships, basic computation, elementary concepts of
equivalencies, geometry, measurement, and interpretation
& Operations: Right 21 Wrong 3 Omitted 0
& Other Math: Right 25 Wrong 1 Omitted 0
Questions regarding the main idea and supporting details
of a passage or requiring higher order skills, such as
deriving the meaning of words from context, extracting the
meaning of a passage, or interpreting an author's logic,
attitude and tone.
Main Idea: Right 19 Wrong 2 Omitted 0
Higher Order: Right 12 Wrong 7 Omitted 0
Predicted Range of Grade 12 SAT Scores
Provided for students in grades 7-10 only.
Using score data from students who took the SSAT and later took the SAT in 12th
grade, we calculate a range within which you will likely score when you take the
SAT as a high school senior. This range is based on the SAT 1995 recentered
scale and is intended simply to help you focus on your strengths and weaknesses
as you prepare to take the SAT in the future.
SAT - Verbal Predicted Range NA - NA
SAT - Math Predicted Range NA - NA
This calculation is not validated nor approved by the College Board, which owns
the trademark "SAT."
Estimated National Percentile
Provided for students in grades 5-9 only.
The National Percentile, an estimated rank, compares your score to a
hypothetical pool of all students in your grade level across the U.S. The
national percentile rank is generally higher than the SSAT percentile rank, as
test-takers are compared with a wide group of students from varying backgrounds,
not just those who have taken the SSAT.
Estimated National Percentile