– Before starting the preparation for SSAT exam, all required procedures must be completed first and one of those procedures is the SSAT exam fees.

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SSAT exam fees

Are you wondering how much will the SSAT exam fee be? The table below will provide you with enough information about the SSAT exam fee for both students and parents to refer to.

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Fee content Cost
Registration fee
  • Upper and Middle-Level cost is $120.
  • Elementary Level cost is $80.
  • International cost (anywhere outside Canada and U.S.) for all tests is $232.
Late registration fee
  • Late Registration Fee (about three weeks before test date): $40 in addition to SSAT cost.
  • Rush Registration Fee (about one week before test date): $80 in addition to SSAT cost.
  • Change in the test date or test location: $35 in addition to SSAT cost.

Please be advised that all the fees above are non-refundable so best you establish a well-throughout plan and do your research before the exam date.

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SSAT exam fees waiver registration procedure

With the current situation where many students don’t have the financial capability to finance themselves for the SSAT exam fee, The Secondary School Admissions Test Board (SSATB) recognized this and offers financial support for these individuals.

However in order to obtain a fee waiver, one must contact the admissions office of the SSATB-Registered independent school you are applying to and request a fee waiver. A fee waiver can cover fully the exam fee of the SSAT or only partially; the money you receive is up to the SSATB committee at the school you are applying for to determine how much you will receive.

Please note that the fee waiver can only cover the initial SSAT registration fee, not the late registration fee and the fee for changing in test date or test location. 

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