If you are preparing for the SHSAT test, you need to know how long this test will take? Read the following article to find the answer.

The Specialized High School Admissions Test (SHSAT), administered by the Department of Education, is administered by grades 8 and 9 for admission to New York City Specialized High Schools and is the only admission factor for eight of the nine specialty schools. The test is usually offered to 8th graders in late October and to 9th graders in mid-November.

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The SHSAT is a timed test, pencil, and paper, and has two sections of 57 questions, ten of the questions are field test questions and do not have a score. Because you do not know which questions get scores and which ones are field questions, all questions must be treated the same. The SHSAT includes the following:

- English Language Arts (ELA): includes revising/editing, and reading comprehension
- Mathematics: includes geometry, algebra, arithmetic, statistics, and probability

Students have 3 hours (180 minutes) to complete the test and may use their judgment to determine how long each section will take. There is no space between sections. Most students need a full three hours to complete the SHSAT.

SHSAT score reports are sent to high schools in March. The highest possible score for each section is 400, which makes the highest possible score for SHSAT 800. However, the highest score may vary from year to year.

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