There are 4 major requirements to be an SSAT Proctor.
No, a proctor is not required to be a faculty member.
Proctors are required to read the Test Administration Manual and watch the Proctor Training video.
The Test Center Administrator initiates the process of the Proctor Agreement via the Member Access Portal.
Test administrators do not need to complete a proctor agreement, however, they must follow all rules and guidelines for proctors when proctoring.
For U.S. residents, it is required that you provide the SSN to prevent payment delays if you are eligible to receive honoraria.
A Proctor will receive a 1099 if they made more than $600 from EMA.
To update or change the special instructions, please contact the Test Administration Support line directly.
To update or change the capacity, please contact the Test Administration Support line directly.
The Standard test begins at 9 a.m. local time. The Standard test is 3 hours and 5 minutes in length and students are usually excused between 12:10-12:30 PM.
A back-up Test administrator must be listed for that specific test day.
In an individual setting, yes, it is acceptable that the Test Center Administrator is also the Proctor but not in a group setting.
The ratio is 30 students to 1 proctor.
No, 'walk-ins' are not permitted.
Unfortunately, no you cannot host a Standard test date on any other date than what is scheduled.
If you need to cancel your test due to inclement weather, we ask you to follow the weather related cancellation steps provided by the Test Administration Manual.
If you need to reschedule or cancel your test due to COVID-19, please contact the Test Administration Support line directly.
If the sickness occurs during testing, contact the parent or legal guardian listed on the roster to notify them to report to the Test Center to pick up the student.
It is recommended that the admission ticket is presented during check-in, but is it not required.
It is required that 3 ft or 1 meter of space is between each test taker.
Honoraria eligibility varies based on the test type.
Honoraria rates are based on the number of students registered. The base rate for a range of 1 to 15 registrants is $194 and increases with more registrants.
The Test Center Administrator can complete Post-Test Processing: Honoraria on the Member Access Portal (MAP).
The frequency of payment distribution will coordinate with the Standard test then fluctuate in non-Standard months.
The preferred payments methods are Direct Deposit (for U.S. residents) or Wire Transfer (for non-U.S. residents).