Single Subject Assessment Testing, a series of exams required for secondary teaching credential students who have not received their undergraduate degree in an approved subject matter program. Subject matter competency may be demonstrated in English, Mathematics, Social Science, and Science.
Secondary School Aptitude Tests.
The Secondary School Admission Test (SSAT) is the preferred admission standard for boarding schools. The exam measures verbal, math and reading comprehension.
Acronym Specialist Schools and Academies Trust - Formerly established as the City Technology Colleges Trust in 1987 and from 2003, the Specialist Schools Trust, the Trust has recently extended its remit to include academies as well.
Secondary School Aptitude Test. Another standardized test, this one designed to test applicants for high schools. Some private high schools in America require students to submit SSAT scores as part of their application.
Secondary School Admission Test. An examination required for entry into many US boarding schools. It consists of two parts: a brief essay and a multiple choice section that tests matematical abilities, language skills and reading comprehension. There are two levels: lower for students in grades 5–7 and upper for grades 8–11.