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Free SSAT Elementary Level Verbal Diagnostic Tests

Take the Varsity Learning Tools free diagnostic test for SSAT Elementary Level Verbal to determine which academic concepts you understand and which ones require your ongoing attention. Each SSAT Elementary Level Verbal problem is tagged down to the core, underlying concept that is being tested. The SSAT Elementary Level Verbal diagnostic test results highlight how you performed on each area of the test. You can then utilize the results to create a personalized study plan that is based on your particular area of need.

SSAT Elementary Level Verbal Diagnostic Test 1

Questions: 30
Test Difficulty:
Average Time Spent: 33 mins

SSAT Elementary Level Verbal Diagnostic Test 2

Questions: 30
Test Difficulty:
Average Time Spent: 3 hrs 0 mins

SSAT Elementary Level Verbal Diagnostic Test 3

Questions: 30
Test Difficulty:
Average Time Spent: 27 mins

SSAT Elementary Level Verbal Diagnostic Test 4

Questions: 30
Test Difficulty:
Average Time Spent: 10 mins

SSAT Elementary Level Verbal Diagnostic Test 5

Questions: 30
Test Difficulty:
Average Time Spent: 10 mins

SSAT Elementary Level Verbal Diagnostic Test 6

Questions: 30
Test Difficulty:
Average Time Spent: 8 mins

SSAT Elementary Level Verbal Diagnostic Test 7

Questions: 30
Test Difficulty:
Average Time Spent: 6 mins

SSAT Elementary Level Verbal Diagnostic Test 8

Questions: 30
Test Difficulty:
Average Time Spent: 9 mins

SSAT Elementary Level Verbal Diagnostic Test 9

Questions: 30
Test Difficulty:
Average Time Spent: 9 mins

Is English not your third- or fourth-grade student’s favorite class, or does he or she not enjoy learning new words? Are you or your student worried about the prospect of him or her not doing well on the Elementary Level SSAT’s Verbal section? This guide will help you assuage those fears by presenting an overview of the Elementary Level SSAT’s Verbal section, including the topics it tests and the way it is organized. This guide will direct you to excellent free online resources, which you can use to help your student study for the SSAT’s Verbal section by doing practice problems that mimic those found on the actual Elementary Level SSAT. By making full use of this knowledge and these resources, you can help prepare your student to achieve his or her personal best when taking the Elementary Level SSAT’s Verbal section.

The Secondary School Admission Test, or SSAT, is given at three levels: Elementary, Middle, and Upper. Students in the third and fourth grades are given the Elementary Level exam, which is comprised a graded Quantitative section, a graded Verbal section, and a graded Reading section, as well as a Writing Sample. The Verbal section is given after the Quantitative section and is followed by a fifteen-minute break. The Elementary Level SSAT’s Verbal section is composed of thirty questions that students are given twenty minutes to answer. Unlike English sections on other standardized tests, the SSAT’s Verbal section does not test a student’s knowledge of English grammar or sentence structure, or their reading comprehension skills. On the contrary, the SSAT’s Verbal section consists solely of two types of multiple-choice questions: Synonym questions and Analogy questions. Synonym questions present a student with a word and ask them to select from the available answer choices the word that is closest in meaning to the given word. Analogy questions present a student with two words that are somehow related, asking them to select either the fourth word, if a third word is given, or a pair of words, that replicates the relationship between the first two words. For instance, if “fire is to hot” is the first part of an analogy, the correct answer might be “ice is to cold,” since fire is a thing that is hot, and ice is a thing that is cold.

One of the best ways to help your student feel more at ease about having to take the Elementary Level SSAT is to provide him or her with resources that they can use to practice problems like those found on the exam. Varsity Tutors happens to offer free online SSAT resources, including free Elementary Level SSAT Verbal Practice Tests. Each Practice Test contains about a dozen problems and asks both Synonym and Analogy questions. You can also choose to focus on just Synonym questions or just Analogy questions if your student has a hard time with one particular kind. After completing a Practice Test, you will receive detailed statistics about how your student did in relation to other test-takers, as well as how long they took to answer each question. Full answers are also provided for each problem, so if your student missed a question, you can help them to figure out where they made their mistake.

You can help increase the efficacy of your child’s study sessions by having them take a Full-Length Elementary Level SSAT Verbal Practice Test. The free online test will ask your child a range of questions that span all of the ideas they’ll need to know when they take the real exam. The full-length format offers you the chance to check your child’s test-taking pace as they practice using their skills under pressure. Like the results pages for the concept-specific practice tests, the results pages for the complete practice tests give you a great deal of helpful feedback, including links to in-depth concept review and thorough explanations that accompany each answer. These free online SSAT practice tests can also guide you and your child in creating a study plan that focuses on the topics in which your child needs more review. After your child has brushed up on their skills, you can have them take another free Full-Length Elementary Level SSAT Verbal Practice Test to measure their academic growth.

By familiarizing your student with the format and content of the Elementary Level SSAT and helping them work through some practice problems to address any gaps in their knowledge, you can help your student feel prepared to do his or her best on test day.

 

Free SSAT Elementary Level Verbal Practice Tests

Our completely free SSAT Elementary Level Verbal practice tests are the perfect way to brush up your skills. Take one of our many SSAT Elementary Level Verbal practice tests for a run-through of commonly asked questions. You will receive incredibly detailed scoring results at the end of your SSAT Elementary Level Verbal practice test to help you identify your strengths and weaknesses. Pick one of our SSAT Elementary Level Verbal practice tests now and begin!

Practice Tests by Concept

Analogies practice test

Questions: 40
Test Difficulty:
Average Time Spent: 12 mins

Determining meaning from prefixes, suffixes, and roots practice test

Questions: 40
Test Difficulty:
Average Time Spent: 31 mins

Analogies: determining meaning from prefixes practice test

Questions: 36
Test Difficulty:
Average Time Spent: 8 mins

Analogies: determining meaning from roots practice test

Questions: 1
Test Difficulty:
Average Time Spent: 15 secs

Analogies: determining meaning from suffixes practice test

Questions: 17
Test Difficulty:
Average Time Spent: 4 mins

Determining meaning from type of relationship practice test

Questions: 40
Test Difficulty:
Average Time Spent: 11 mins

Measurement, storage, location, and material composition practice test

Questions: 5
Test Difficulty:
Average Time Spent: 1 mins 12 secs

Location or situation practice test

Questions: 5
Test Difficulty:
Average Time Spent: 2 mins 8 secs

Material composition practice test

Questions: 5
Test Difficulty:
Average Time Spent: 1 mins 6 secs

Measurement practice test

Questions: 10
Test Difficulty:
Average Time Spent: 2 mins 11 secs

Storage and containers practice test

Questions: 10
Test Difficulty:
Average Time Spent: 2 mins 5 secs

Part/whole, example/category, and cause/effect practice test

Questions: 8
Test Difficulty:
Average Time Spent: 2 mins 55 secs

Cause to effect or effect to cause practice test

Questions: 6
Test Difficulty:
Average Time Spent: 1 mins 33 secs

Example to category or category to example practice test

Questions: 21
Test Difficulty:
Average Time Spent: 5 mins

Part to part practice test

Questions: 2
Test Difficulty:
Average Time Spent: 30 secs

Part to whole or whole to part practice test

Questions: 8
Test Difficulty:
Average Time Spent: 1 mins 48 secs

Qualities, features, abilities, and other analogies practice test

Questions: 40
Test Difficulty:
Average Time Spent: 38 mins

Abilities practice test

Questions: 3
Test Difficulty:
Average Time Spent: 33 secs

Other analogies practice test

Questions: 40
Test Difficulty:
Average Time Spent: 7 mins

Other specific terminology practice test

Questions: 3
Test Difficulty:
Average Time Spent: 24 secs

Qualities and features practice test

Questions: 17
Test Difficulty:
Average Time Spent: 4 mins

Specific terminology and homonyms practice test

Questions: 31
Test Difficulty:
Average Time Spent: 4 mins

Animal-related terminology practice test

Questions: 18
Test Difficulty:
Average Time Spent: 3 mins

Gendered terminology practice test

Questions: 2
Test Difficulty:
Average Time Spent: 10 secs

Homonyms practice test

Questions: 31
Test Difficulty:
Average Time Spent: 4 mins

Synonyms, antonyms, and changes in intensity practice test

Questions: 40
Test Difficulty:
Average Time Spent: 9 mins

Antonyms practice test

Questions: 36
Test Difficulty:
Average Time Spent: 2 hrs 57 mins

Changes in intensity practice test

Questions: 9
Test Difficulty:
Average Time Spent: 2 mins 34 secs

Synonyms practice test

Questions: 40
Test Difficulty:
Average Time Spent: 4 mins

Tool/use, user/tool, product/producer, and subject/object practice test

Questions: 6
Test Difficulty:
Average Time Spent: 52 secs

Product to producer or producer to product practice test

Questions: 6
Test Difficulty:
Average Time Spent: 40 secs

Subject to object or object to subject practice test

Questions: 5
Test Difficulty:
Average Time Spent: 44 secs

Tool to use or use to tool practice test

Questions: 7
Test Difficulty:
Average Time Spent: 1 mins 16 secs

User to tool or tool to user practice test

Questions: 2
Test Difficulty:
Average Time Spent: 28 secs

Determining meaning or part of speech from context practice test

Questions: 15
Test Difficulty:
Average Time Spent: 4 mins

Distinguishing between a word’s multiple definitions practice test

Questions: 13
Test Difficulty:
Average Time Spent: 4 mins

Distinguishing part of speech practice test

Questions: 15
Test Difficulty:
Average Time Spent: 1 mins 21 secs

Synonyms practice test

Questions: 40
Test Difficulty:
Average Time Spent: 9 mins

Identifying synonyms when words have multiple meanings practice test

Questions: 12
Test Difficulty:
Average Time Spent: 4 mins

Synonyms: determining part of speech practice test

Questions: 11
Test Difficulty:
Average Time Spent: 2 mins 24 secs

Synonyms: distinguishing between multiple definitions practice test

Questions: 2
Test Difficulty:
Average Time Spent: 14 secs

Synonyms: adjectives and adverbs practice test

Questions: 40
Test Difficulty:
Average Time Spent: 10 mins

Synonyms: adjectives describing appearance, materiality, and sensory imagery practice test

Questions: 12
Test Difficulty:
Average Time Spent: 2 mins 35 secs

Synonyms: adjectives describing authenticity, truth, existence, and understanding practice test

Questions: 24
Test Difficulty:
Average Time Spent: 6 mins

Synonyms: adjectives describing emotional states practice test

Questions: 19
Test Difficulty:
Average Time Spent: 4 mins

Synonyms: adjectives describing location, context, order, and direction practice test

Questions: 5
Test Difficulty:
Average Time Spent: 1 mins 20 secs

Synonyms: adjectives describing personality traits practice test

Questions: 40
Test Difficulty:
Average Time Spent: 9 mins

Synonyms: adjectives describing quality, value, and rarity practice test

Questions: 9
Test Difficulty:
Average Time Spent: 2 mins 8 secs

Synonyms: adjectives describing quantity, variety, regularity, and size practice test

Questions: 34
Test Difficulty:
Average Time Spent: 6 mins

Synonyms: adjectives describing time, timing, speed, movement, and age practice test

Questions: 18
Test Difficulty:
Average Time Spent: 15 mins

Synonyms: adverbs practice test

Questions: 2
Test Difficulty:
Average Time Spent: 22 secs

Synonyms: other adjectives practice test

Questions: 40
Test Difficulty:
Average Time Spent: 4 mins

Synonyms: nouns practice test

Questions: 40
Test Difficulty:
Average Time Spent: 9 mins

Synonyms: nouns for abstract concepts practice test

Questions: 40
Test Difficulty:
Average Time Spent: 10 mins

Synonyms: nouns for people practice test

Questions: 17
Test Difficulty:
Average Time Spent: 2 mins 44 secs

Synonyms: nouns for tangible things practice test

Questions: 38
Test Difficulty:
Average Time Spent: 5 mins

Synonyms: verbs practice test

Questions: 40
Test Difficulty:
Average Time Spent: 7 mins

Synonyms: other verbs practice test

Questions: 40
Test Difficulty:
Average Time Spent: 8 mins

Synonyms: verbs about communicating, arguing, and understanding practice test

Questions: 34
Test Difficulty:
Average Time Spent: 10 mins

Synonyms: verbs about emotional changes practice test

Questions: 8
Test Difficulty:
Average Time Spent: 49 secs

Synonyms: verbs about physical changes, movement, and location practice test

Questions: 40
Test Difficulty:
Average Time Spent: 8 mins

Using prefixes, suffixes, and roots to identify synonyms practice test

Questions: 40
Test Difficulty:
Average Time Spent: 14 mins

Synonyms: using prefixes to identify synonyms practice test

Questions: 21
Test Difficulty:
Average Time Spent: 40 mins

Synonyms: using roots to identify synonyms practice test

Questions: 17
Test Difficulty:
Average Time Spent: 6 mins

Synonyms: using suffixes to identify synonyms practice test

Questions: 4
Test Difficulty:
Average Time Spent: 1 mins 1 secs
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