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Chapter 1 Introduction 1, How to Use this Book 3, About the SSAT 5. Chapter 2 Test Taking Strategies 11, Approaching the SSAT 13. Taking a Practice Test 28, Chapter 3 Practice Tests 31. Practice Test 1 Middle Level 33, Practice Test 2 Middle Level 77. Practice Test 3 Upper Level 123, Practice Test 4 Upper Level 171.
Chapter 4 Answer Keys 217, Practice Test 1 Middle Level 219. Practice Test 2 Middle Level 225, Practice Test 3 Upper Level 231. Practice Test 4 Upper Level 237, SECTION 3, 60 Questions. This section consists of two different types of questions synonyms and analogies There are directions and a. sample question for each type , Each of the following questions consists of one word followed by five words or phrases You are to select the. one word or phrase whose meaning is closest to the word in capital letters . Sample Question CHILLY , E sunny A B C E, 1 RIGID 4 MOPE .
A not flexible A polish, B thorough B sleep, C not direct C pace. D cold D smile, E sympathetic E pout, 2 REFLEX 5 EAGER . A muscular strength A thoughtful, B new abilities B bored. C traditional garb C inspired, D food sample D overjoyed. E instinctive reaction E enthusiastic, 3 DENIAL 6 SIMPLE .
A river A boring, B rejection B silent, C lie C nice. D encouragement D plain, E response E pretty, GO ON TO THE NEXT PAGE . PRACTICE TEST 1 60, 7 QUAKE 12 PROCLAIM , A shake A dance. B stake B announce, C fall C protect, D slam D cheer up. E laugh E insult, 8 SIGNAL 13 EXCLUDE , A acknowledge A prop up.
B obscure B destroy, C indicate C keep out, D assail D tease. E assume E slander, 9 AUTHORIZE 14 TRUCE , A demand A pine. B refill B tractor, C attempt C declaration, D permit D trick. E decorate E cease fire, 10 LEGISLATE 15 DEBRIS , A take control A exposure. B make into law B rubble, C select leaders C fighters.
D read aloud D surplus, E vote for E platform, 11 YIELD 16 PROBABLE . A surrender A likely, B imply B refutable, C avoid C distinct. D announce D detestable, E reduce E soft, GO ON TO THE NEXT PAGE . PRACTICE TEST 1 61, 17 SEVERITY 22 RECOIL , A drought A escape. B division B braid, C wound C withdraw, D lie D unbind.
E harshness E slither, 18 LISTLESS 23 ENVELOP , A garbled A entrust. B asleep B cut off, C tireless C freeze, D spread out D enclose. E without energy E inside, 19 SAGE 24 CREED , A spicy A avarice. B wise B belief, C mossy C guilt, D false D admiration. E cold E creation, 20 RESTRAINT 25 VARIABLE , A pressure A changeable.
B repetition B vertical, C exhaustion C capable, D reserve D colorful. E rescue E possible, 21 WARBLE 26 ANNUL , A trip A cancel. B worry B record, C sing C celebrate, D assail D subtract. E fall E conceal, GO ON TO THE NEXT PAGE , PRACTICE TEST 1 62. 27 SURLY 29 PUNGENT , A bad tempered A unlikely, B sweet B peripheral.
C robust C wet, D untidy D smelly, E lazy E wicked. 28 MERCILESS 30 HUBRIS , A passionate A optimism, B insecure B shame. C aggressive C arrogance, D cynical D indifference. E ruthless E laziness, GO ON TO THE NEXT PAGE , PRACTICE TEST 1 63. Analogies, The following questions ask you to find relationships between words For each question select the answer.
choice that best completes the meaning of the sentence . Sample Question , Kitten is to cat as, A fawn is to colt. B puppy is to dog, C cow is to bull, D wolf is to bear. E hen is to rooster, A B C D E, Choice B is the best answer because a kitten is a young cat just as a puppy is a young dog Of all the answer. choices B states a relationship that is most like the relationship between kitten and cat . 31 Canary is to yellow as 34 Breed is to dog as, A crow is to purple A thoroughbred is to horse. B sparrow is to hungry B flavor is to ice cream, C robin s egg is to blue C feline is to tiger.
D tiger is to stripes D ewe is to sheep, E green is to envy E gaggle is to goose. 32 Principal is to teacher as 35 Bean is to sprout as. A editor is to author A sapling is to sequoia, B doctor is to patient B petal is to pedal. C athlete is to trainer C root is to leaf, D manager is to cashier D bulb is to shoot. E lawyer is to client E cap is to mushroom, 33 Actor is to monologue as 36 Stethoscope is to doctor as. A animal is to monotone A bat is to pitcher, B script is to improvisation B gavel is to judge.
C play is to theater C scrubs are to nurse, D dancer is to solo D gyroscope is to electrician. E director is to rehearsal E telescope is to astronomer. GO ON TO THE NEXT PAGE , PRACTICE TEST 1 64, 37 Relish is to pickles as 42 Rabbit is to hutch as. A honey is to bees A pig is to sty, B mustard is to hotdog B wolf is to pack. C salsa is to tomatoes C caterpillar is to cocoon. D jam is to jar D cow is to farm, E mash is to potatoes E gerbil is to wheel. 38 Lion is to horse as 43 Area is to volume as, A bear is to wolf A depth is to prism.
B claw is to hoof B square is to rectangle, C yellow is to brown C triangle is to pyramid. D zoo is to circus D arc is to circle, E king is to villager E line is to segment. 39 Roe is to salmon as 44 Bowler is to hat as, A foe is to haddock A potter is to shoe. B scale is to boat B tennis is to beret, C bill is to duck C soup is to head. D bark is to tree D fowl is to rat, E egg is to chicken E braid is to hairdo.
40 Break is to promise as rescind is to 45 Series is to episode as. A friendship A comic book is to cartoon, B adventure B tournament is to game. C qualification C television is to movies, D offer D incident is to fall. E symbol E refrain is to song, 41 Exile is to country as 46 Emissary is to message as. A expel is to school A paperboy is to newspaper, B voyage is to land B statistician is to numbers. C incarcerate is to prison C prophet is to danger. D restrain is to court D contender is to argument. E reject is to club E pioneer is to invention, GO ON TO THE NEXT PAGE .
PRACTICE TEST 1 65, 47 Flight attendant is to plane as 52 Reclusive is to sociable as. A captain is to ship A hermetic is to happy, B passenger is to taxi B quiet is to nice. C waiter is to restaurant C friendly is to likeable. D hydrogen is to blimp D angry is to impressive, E cashier is to register E taciturn is to chatty. 48 Twins are to triplets as 53 Period is to sentence as. A siblings are to cousins A checkmate is to chess game. B singles are to couples B curtain is to play, C duets are to trios C arrest is to case. D twenties are to fifties D yoyo is to string, E mirrors are to kaleidoscopes E crying is to movie.
49 Thorn is to rose as 54 Aimless is to direction as reckless is to. A knot is to wood A speed, B quill is to porcupine B energy. C wart is to toad C anger, D shell is to snail D hope. E needle is to spindle E caution, 50 Banana is to peel as 55 Planet is to solar system as. A corn is to kernel A horse is to carousel, B peach is to skin B duck is to pond. C pod is to peas C leaves are to tree, D apple is to orange D students are to school.
E lemon is to wedge E molecule is to atom, 51 Catastrophe is to problem as 56 Brush is to painter as. A illness is to symptom A paper is to draftsman, B bliss is to pleasure B essay is to academic. C embarrassment is to shame C bow is to violinist. D ebullience is to euphoria D shoes are to dancer. E illumination is to light E clay is to sculpture. GO ON TO THE NEXT PAGE , PRACTICE TEST 1 66, 57 Zesty is to flavor as 59 Silk is to wool as. A zero is to favor A taffeta is to gingham, B zippy is to energy B plaid is to paisley. C zebra is to fur C orange is to red, D zodiac is to ecology D silkworm is to sheep.
E zap is to fire E sun is to snow, 58 Root is to tree as 60 Violet is to vanilla as. A switch is to appliance A fuchsia is to red, B petal is to flower B tangy is to mint. C branch is to canopy C sound is to smell, D leg is to arm D rose is to cinnamon. E foundation is to building E blue is to color, IF YOU FINISH BEFORE TIME IS CALLED . YOU MAY CHECK YOUR WORK ON THIS SECTION ONLY , DO NOT TURN TO ANY OTHER SECTION IN THE TEST .
PRACTICE TEST 1 67, SECTION 4, 25 Questions, Following each problem in this section there are five suggested answers Work each problem in your head or. in the blank space provided at the right of the page Then look at the five suggested answers and decide which. one is best , Note Figures that accompany problems in this section are drawn as accurately as possible EXCEPT when it is. stated in a specific problem that its figure is not drawn to scale . Sample problem 5 413 A 586, 4 827 B 596, B C D E. 1 What is the next number in the pattern below USE THIS SPACE FOR FIGURING . 2 4 6 10 16 26 , 2 There are three dozen cookies If five children each eat. four cookies how many cookies are left , GO ON TO THE NEXT PAGE .
PRACTICE TEST 1 68, USE THIS SPACE FOR FIGURING . 3 A taxi charges A dollars for the first mile and B cents. for each additional mile How much would a 5 mile, ride cost in cents . 4 Which of the following shapes CANNOT be drawn, without lifting the pencil or retracing . B E , 5 If P is an even number which of the following must. also be an even number , GO ON TO THE NEXT PAGE .
PRACTICE TEST 1 69, USE THIS SPACE FOR FIGURING . 6 Dennis has 7 25 and pencils cost 0 50 each What is. the greatest number of pencils Dennis can buy , 7 Kelly brought 100 donuts to a club meeting By the end. of the meeting 50 donuts were eaten What, percentage of donuts were uneaten . 8 It takes Michael 1 minute and 30 seconds to run a lap . At that rate how many laps can Michael run in 15, GO ON TO THE NEXT PAGE . PRACTICE TEST 1 70, USE THIS SPACE FOR FIGURING , Questions 9 11 refer to the graph in Figure 1 .
9 Which of the following statements is correct , A Last year Hailey had the most toys. B Last year Aidan had the fewest toys, C This year Kayla has 10 more toys than Hailey 35. D This year Aidan has exactly 5 more toys than he. did last year This Year, E This year Kayla has twice as many toys as she did. 10 About how many toys did Hailey Aidan and Kayla. Number of Toys, have in total last year 20, 11 This year Hailey Aiden and Kayla have an average of 5. how many toys each , B 20 Hailey Aidan Kayla, D 25 Figure 1.
GO ON TO THE NEXT PAGE , PRACTICE TEST 1 71, USE THIS SPACE FOR FIGURING . 12 Which of the following is closest to , A of 50. B of 60, C of 50, D of 50, E of 60, 13 Figure 2 shows two squares one with a side length of. 4 and one with a side length of 7 The perimeter of the. entire figure is, D 36 Figure 2, 14 is equal to. 15 If Karim has fifteen pails and 60 of them are full . how many are NOT full , GO ON TO THE NEXT PAGE , PRACTICE TEST 1 72.
Ivy Global SSAT PRACTICE Look inside this book Table of Contents Middle Level p 60 73 Upper Level p 138 151 Version 1 3 Distribution of our PDF files without consent is prohibited by law

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