Individuals can retrieve their results for the Secondary School Admission Test, or SSAT, online by accessing their account on the SSAT website and selecting the "My Scores" option and choosing the date when they took the test. They can then click "Download Your Scores" to download a PDF document that shows the scores. It usually takes 2 weeks after the test has been received before individuals can see the scores on the website, and the scores are only available online for a limited time.
There's a score alert service available that sends individuals a text message or email as soon as the scores are available online, and this feature can be set up on the SSAT website. Those people who want a paper copy of test results usually receive these a week later than the online results, according to the SSAT website. Scores vary based on the level of the test
In addition to seeing the scores for themselves, people can choose to send the scores to schools they're interested in attending. The test is generally used for admission into private kindergarten through 12th grade schools and is available at three levels. Students are tested on their reading comprehension, verbal and quantitative skills, and those completing the middle-level or upper-level tests also do a writing sample. Test score ranges vary based on the level of the test.