We flew to a city in a neighboring country for dd to take the SSAT. She had bronchitis and is still under the weather. I don't know how well or poorly she did on them, but the results will not be what she is capable of when she is well.
Last year, as a 7th grader, she took the SSAT and scored 99% verbal and 80% for math.
If her scores are significantly reduced this time, is there value in retaking the exam? I would need to fly her to the States and have her take them with an educational consultant. They are offered overseas in again after the January 15th deadline. I assume (but haven't checked) that this will be too late for most of the schools.