SSAT Elementary Level Verbal Flashcards

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SSAT Elementary Level Verbal Flashcards

Want to review SSAT Elementary Level Verbal but don’t feel like sitting for a whole test at the moment? Varsity Tutors has you covered with thousands of different SSAT Elementary Level Verbal flashcards! Our SSAT Elementary Level Verbal flashcards allow you to practice with as few or as many questions as you like. Get some studying in now with our numerous SSAT Elementary Level Verbal flashcards.

Our Elementary Level SSAT Verbal Flashcards each contain one question that might appear on the Verbal section of the Elementary Level SSAT. You can use them to get a comprehensive overview of each topic covered by the Elementary Level SSAT Verbal section one problem at a time, or to do problem drills that focus on particular problem types or content areas found on the Elementary Level SSAT Verbal section.

Earning a great score on the SSAT Elementary Level test can help your child get admitted to that independent school you would like him or her to attend. Even children who earn great grades in school often find the SSAT challenging. Many of the SSAT test sections not only determine how well your child understands the standard curriculum for their grade level, but they also contain questions that are advanced his or her grade level. The Verbal section of the test can be challenging, and there are 30 questions on it that must be completed in 20 minutes. To perform well on this section, your child must be prepared to answer questions quickly and accurately.

To make studying for this section of the SSAT test easier, Varsity Tutors' Learning Tools offers a variety of SSAT Elementary Level Verbal study help activities, including free flashcards online. The SSAT Elementary Level Verbal flashcards can help you and your child squeeze in quick study sessions throughout the day, whenever you have a computer, tablet, or smartphone handy. The flashcards are perfect to use when on-the-go and can help you take advantage of some unexpected downtime during your child's days.

You will find that the SSAT Elementary Level Verbal study flashcards contain questions closely related in concept to the questions your child will have to answer on the test. You can practice the entire deck with your child at once, or you can choose one of the smaller decks to practice that each focus on a specific concept that will appear on the test. It is a good idea to practice the entire deck at least once while taking note of which concepts your child struggles to understand. You can then find the smaller decks that focus on the concepts your child struggles with to practice a bit more.

The analogies deck of the SSAT Elementary Level Verbal review flashcards is broken down into smaller decks that can help you quiz your child on determining the meaning of words by looking at their prefixes and suffixes, terminology, homonyms, word relationships, and much more. The synonyms deck is divided into smaller decks that cover adjectives, adverbs, nouns, verbs, prefixes, suffixes, root words, and many more topics.

Along with the ready-made SSAT Elementary Level Verbal flashcards, an additional Learning Tool you can take advantage of is the flashcards maker. Once you click on the “Create Tests & Flashcards” icon, you will be led directly to the flashcards builder where you can create your own flashcards to practice with your child. To begin, first give your new deck of flashcards a name you will remember and you will then be provided with as many blank flashcards templates as you need to make your new deck. You can enter your own word-based questions and answers into the templates, or you can enter the questions that appear on any other SSAT study materials you have to make them easier to practice when on-the-go.

The SSAT Elementary Level Verbal section of the SSAT test can be challenging, so squeeze in quick study sessions throughout your and your child's days by pulling up the flashcards any time you have your tablet or smartphone handy. Studying well can help both you and your child feel more confident on test day!

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