SSAT Elementary - 300 Synonyms Practice Problems ( Testing For Grades 3 and 4 ) by Test Masters
- Language: English
- Publisher: Random House
- Pages: 454
- Publication date: 2016
SSAT ELEMENTARY - 300 SYNONYMS PRACTICE PROBLEMS ( TESTING FOR GRADES 3 AND 4 ) . Copyright February 2015 - Test Masters . SSAT Elementary Verbal SYNONYMS practice only! SSAT Elementary Verbal SYNONYMS practice only! . *** Other SSAT Elementary / Middle / Upper test preparation materials from "Test Masters" are available for your Amazon Kindle. . This Kindle eBook only contains SSAT Elementary Level SYNONYMS practice problems. The Verbal Section of the SSAT Elementary contains both ANALOGIES and SYNONYMS (vocabulary) problems. . The SSAT Elementary contains Math, Reading and Writing sections as well, but this eBook does NOT cover those sections. . This Kindle eBook is intended for use by current THIRD and FOURTH graders applying for private schools that require the SSAT Elementary. . From the "The Official Guide to the Elementary Level SSAT for Students in Grades 3 - 4" . OVERVIEW OF THE ELEMENTARY LEVEL SSAT The Elementary Level SSAT is a multiple-choice admission test that consists of four sections, given in this order: QUANTITATIVE (MATH) - 30 Questions, 30 Minutes VERBAL - 30 Questions, 20 Minutes Break - 15 Minutes (snacks and beverages are allowed during break) READING - 28 Questions (seven short passages, each with four questions), 30 Minutes Writing Sample - 1 Prompt, 15 Minutes Total Testing Time: 110 Minutes . FIRST HALF of this eBook ( Problems #1 thru #150 ) Problems #1 to #150 are "easy-medium" SSAT Elementary Synonyms problems for second / third graders and less experienced test-takers "emerging" or "progressing" towards a higher proficiency level. These more basic problems provide hundreds of intermediary steps designed to transition applicants to "medium-hard" SSAT Elementary Synonyms problems. . SECOND HALF of this eBook ( Problems #151 thru #300 ) Problems #151 to #300 are "medium-hard" SSAT Elementary Synonyms problems for third / fourth graders and test-takers performing at a higher proficiency level. These more advanced Synonyms problems provide many opportunities to challenge applicants to reach the highest Verbal scaled score ranges preferred at the nation's elite private schools. . What are the advantages of these 300 SSAT Elementary Level SYNONYMS practice problems? . A pervasive characteristic of SSAT private school admission exams is that they are very difficult, oftentimes featuring test questions one to three grade levels above your child's current public or private school curriculum. The SSAT targets a small, highly competitive group of students applying for top private schools across the nation. . Using our years of experience developing training guides for a national test preparation company, we have created SSAT study materials that closely approximate the sequence, scope, phrasing and difficulty level of actual exams. We have accomplished this through years of meticulous research into individual SSAT test questions and through information acquired from former test participants. . Parents should not overreact to "lower-than-expected" results. (Easy for us to say!) In addition to SSAT scores, most private schools take into account academic performance, teacher / counselor / coach recommendations, extracurricular activities and the personal interview / essay / portfolio in their admissions decision. But, of course, high SSAT scores help immensely. Remember that every child can improve his or her SSAT performance with the right mix of effort, instruction, materials, experience and encouragement!
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