A Flex test is a paper-based SSAT given to an individual or group on any date other than the scheduled paper-based dates.
Elementary Level student may only take one Flex test in a testing year (August 1 – July 31). Middle and Upper Level students may take up to two Flex tests as long as one is between August 1, 2021 and November 14, 2021, and the other is between November 29, 2021 and July 31, 2022.
Flex tests may be given by member schools or approved educational consultants. If you need to take a Flex test, ask the school to which you are applying if they provide Flex testing, or use the "Flex Test With Consultant" tab on the SSAT Test Center Search.
*Please note: There is an additional administrative fee associated with Flex testing with educational consultants. Please check with your educational consultant prior to testing to determine their fee structure.
If a school hosts a group test on a non-Standard date and makes registration open to the public, it is considered a Flex test. These tests are available to all registrants. You can search for open Flex tests using our Test Center Search. From the "Test Centers" tab, filter by the "flex" Test Type. Please note that availability may be limited.
If you are testing with an educational consultant or taking an individual or small group test that has been prearranged at a member school, you will take a "closed" Flex test. To register, you will need an access code, which is obtained directly from the school or educational consultant.
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