Ace the HSPT Exam and Get Into Your Dream Catholic High School
The HSPT exam is a crucial step in getting admitted to top Catholic high schools. Our comprehensive study materials will help you excel in all five sections of the exam, including the optional section. With our help, you'll be well-prepared to showcase your academic abilities and secure your place in your desired school.
Ace the HSPT Exam and secure your spot in a Catholic High School
The HSPT Exam is a comprehensive admissions test that covers multiple-choice sections in Verbal, Quantitative Skills, Reading, Mathematics, and Language Skills. At Sapneil Tutoring, we provide the resources you need to prepare for this exam and increase your chances of getting accepted into your preferred Catholic High School. Our study materials cover all aspects of the HSPT Exam so that you can perform at your best on test day.
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The Scholastic Testing Service administers the HSPT (High School Placement Test), which is a thorough placement test that 8th graders take to gain admission to Catholic high schools. This test covers a wide range of topics and is specifically designed for students seeking admission to these schools.
How to Register
Students in 8th grade register to take the test at the private school to which they are applying, generally called an admissions test.
The best time to take the HSPT exam depends on the specific deadlines of the schools you're applying to. Typically, schools offer the exam in the fall or winter prior to enrollment. It's important to check with the schools for their specific requirements and deadlines.
The standard HSPT lasts just over 2½ hours
What's Covered on Exam
Note: The HSPT also includes an optional section called the Catholic Religion section, which consists of 20 multiple-choice questions. This section is only included at the request of the school administering the exam, and is not required for all students.The length of the Catholic Religion section may vary depending on the school administering the exam.
When taking the HSPT, the number of correct answers is used to calculate the score. Each correct answer is worth one point, and there are no penalties for incorrect answers or unanswered questions. The raw score is then converted into a scaled score, which ranges from 200 to 800 for each section. This takes into account the difficulty level of the test version. The scaled scores from the five sections (Verbal Skills, Quantitative Skills, Reading Comprehension, Mathematics, and Language) are added together to get the total score, which can range from 600 to 2400. This scoring process is an important aspect of the HSPT, and students should be aware of it when preparing for the test.
The Sapneil Difference
When you select Sapneil Tutoring for your student's test preparation, you get
personalized 1-on-1 private tutoring sessions
exclusive access to Dr. Sapneil's tried and tested strategies and cognitive skills
a tailored learning program
an e-learning platform
supplementary assistance as per your requirements
This way, you can rest assured that your student will receive the best possible test preparation.