## UPPER LEVEL SSAT SAMPLE QUESTION:Humanities Reading Comprehension

Here are two SSAT sample questions to help you practice the type of reading comprehension problem you may find on the reading section of the Upper Level SSAT. How are the Reading Comprehension Questions Presented? The SSAT presents each passage (or poem) with a corresponding group of three to six questions. The directions instruct you to read each passage and

## Upper Level SSAT SAMPLE QUESTION: Geometry and Measurement

Here’s a SSAT sample question to help you practice the type of Geometry and Measurement problem you may find on the quantitative section of the Upper Level SSAT. What Are Geometry and Measurement Problems? Perimeter refers to the distance around the outer boundary of a figure. Area refers to the measure of a surface. Volume refers to the three-dimensional measure of a

## Upper Level SSAT SAMPLE QUESTION: Algebra

Here’s a SSAT sample question to help you practice the type of algebra problem you may find on the quantitative section of the Upper Level SSAT. What Are Algebra Problems? Algebra uses numbers, symbols, and letter symbols to solve problems. The basic concept is that one side of the equal sign “=” is, in total, the same as the other. Another important

## Upper Level SSAT SAMPLE QUESTIONS: Ratios

Here’s a SSAT sample question to help you practice the type of ratio problem you may find on the quantitative section of the Upper Level SSAT. What Are Ratio Problems? A ratio compares one quantity with another. When two numbers are compared by division, the indicated division is called a ratio. When two ratios are equal, they form a proportion. A ratio

## Upper Level SSAT SAMPLE QUESTIONS: Ordering of Numbers

Here’s a SSAT sample question to help you practice the type of Ordering of Numbers problem you may find on the quantitative section of the Upper Level SSAT. What Are Ordering of Numbers Problems? The symbol > means “greater than.” For example, 6 > 4 can be r ead as “six is greater than four.” The symbol < means “less than.”