What will the SSAT score report look like? How do schools interpret SSAT scores? What do scores mean as part of the overall admission application? View sample reports and detailed explanations below.
Different sets of SSAT questions—called forms—are administered to students each year. While test developers follow specific procedures to keep the form difficulty level as similar as possible, slight variations are inevitable. Therefore, EMA uses a statistical method called equating to compensate for the minor difficulty differences by adjusting scores, making them comparable across different test forms.