SSAT: Upper Level

  1. Quantitative (Math)
  2. Verbal
  3. Reading
  4. Writing

How long does the Upper Level SSAT take?

The entire test takes three hours and ten minutes. The first section is Writing; it takes 25 minutes. After a short break, there is a thirty-minute Quantitative (Math) section. Next is the Reading Comprehension section, which lasts 40 minutes. Following another short break, there is a thirty-minute Verbal section. After that, there is another thirty-minute Quantitative section. The test ends with a fifteen-minute Experimental section, which includes Verbal, Reading, and Quantitative questions.

How many questions are in the Quantitative sections?

The Upper Level SSAT has two Quantitative sections, with 25 questions each.