The More Effective & Efficient Way to Prepare for the SSATThe SSAT is offered by SSAT and is often a key requirement for admission into private schools. The test is conducted multiple times a year and has two levels of testing.
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Educators and students can leverage the Socrato learning analytics software to create diagnostic reports for SSAT practice tests. The diagnostic reports are created using student answer responses and our proprietary rules engine.
Socrato Test Library for SSAT
Released SSAT TestsSocrato can process a large number of retired and released SSAT Tests, tests from a large number of books, and many custom tests created by our users.
Custom TestsIf you have a custom test you have developed for SSAT practice, you can upload it onto the Socrato platform for students to practice. All tests are private unless a customer has explicitly given Socrato permission to share it with other customers.
How to Process SSAT Tests Using the Socrato Software
When it comes to processing tests, users and organizations of different sizes have different needs. Socrato has created several methods for processing tests. Choose the one that matches your personal and organization's needs best:
Student Diagnostic ReportSocrato diagnostic reports for the SSAT test come with a series of charts and graphs that provide a detailed analysis of the student’s performance for the test as a whole as well as for each subject area. Our learning analytics software enables students and educators to drill down by topic area to identify a student's strengths and weaknesses. To see a full explanation of all graphs and report details please refer to help.socrato.com To see more details on Student Reports click here.
Class Diagnostic ReportsOur learning analytics software enables tutors and schools to analyze the performance of an entire class or group of students from a number of dimensions. Class reports include
- Subject Area Performance
- Performance by Difficulty Level and Question Type
- Score Summary
- Student Comparison
- Pre / Post Comparison
- Question Response Distribution