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Dive into a transformative learning experience tailored for the GED. Our sessions are meticulously designed to cover the depth of the GED, from foundational principles to analytical and linguistic expertise. With our holistic curriculum and techniques to boost self-confidence, you're on the path to securing outstanding scores.
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Sapneil Tutoring Inc. brinda a los estudiantes la capacitación de preparación para SAT y ACT más perspicaz, creativa, estratégica y efectiva, en talleres de grupos pequeños, grupos personalizados y formatos de tutoría privada 1 a 1 para elegir. Las estrategias y las habilidades de pensamiento crítico son entregadas personalmente por el propio Sapneil, ningún otro tutor está capacitado para brindar las técnicas de vanguardia de Sapneil para tomar exámenes. No subcontratamos a nuestros tutores; solo recibe las estrategias de tutoría altamente calificadas de Sapneil y las habilidades efectivas para tomar exámenes para lograr altos resultados tanto en el SAT como en el ACT.

Con más de diez años de experiencia, tutoría de más de 1000 estudiantes y análisis de más de cien exámenes diferentes, no hay nadie mejor que Sapneil para preparar a los estudiantes para el SAT, ACT, PSAT y otras pruebas estandarizadas. Nuestro plan de estudios SAT y ACT es desafiante, informativo y está personalizado para satisfacer las necesidades de cada estudiante en particular. La calificación educativa de Sapneil es única y le da una clara ventaja sobre otros tutores: tiene dos maestrías de universidades reconocidas a nivel nacional y ha tomado varios exámenes estandarizados, obteniendo puntajes en el percentil 90 en todos ellos.

Estas son solo algunas de las muchas habilidades que mejorará a través de Sapneil Tutoring Inc:

- Aprende a leer activamente

- Aumenta tu base de vocabulario

- Aprenda las habilidades gramaticales altamente probadas

- Aprenda y revise los conceptos de aritmética, álgebra, geometría y estadística más comúnmente probados para pruebas estandarizadas

- Aprenda todas las estrategias de matemáticas, lectura, escritura y ciencias para mejorar sus habilidades para tomar exámenes

- Aprenda a escribir un ensayo efectivo de SAT o ACT

- Practica solo con los exámenes oficiales de práctica SAT o ACT

What is on the GED Exam?

The GED® test is made up of 4 subjects, broken into separate exams. You don’t have to take all 4 tests at once – you can space them out however it suits you and go at your own pace. Here is an overview of what is on the GED, by subject area.


What is the pricing for the GED Exam?

Effective July 1, 2024, the price for the GED test in Florida will increase by $6 from $32 to $38

What are the details for In-person at a test center?

  • Official GED® test

  • Same day scoring

  • Personalized score report

  • Transcript and diploma

  • Take the test at a local test center

  • Discounted retakes*


Age and other testing requirements also vary by area. Learn more about rules for testing in your area:


Unlock Your Potential and Achieve Your Goals with GED Test Prep Services.

Testing Overview

The GED (General Educational Development) is a test that allows individuals who have not graduated from high school to obtain an equivalency diploma. The test is widely accepted by colleges and universities throughout the United States as an alternative to a high school diploma. The GED® has been developed by GED® Testing Service, a program of the American Council on Education.

How to Register

If you are a Florida resident, you are eligible to take the GED® test if you meet certain requirements. These requirements may differ in other states.


To be eligible, you must be 18 years of age or older. If you are a younger adult, you may be granted an age waiver.


You can call the Florida GED® Hotline at 1-877-352-4331 (in FL) or (850) 488-6622 (outside FL) to find out more about this waiver.


Additionally, you must not be currently enrolled in an accredited high school and must not have already received a high school equivalency diploma.


 You can find out more about the tests, register for a free account, and schedule your tests at the GED website

Testing Dates

When you're ready to take the GED® test, you can schedule it online at an official GED® test center or take it through online proctoring. Online proctoring allows you to take the test from the comfort of your own home or another secure location, with a proctor monitoring you through a camera and microphone. Note that not all states offer online proctoring, so be sure to check if it's available in your area.


The GED exam is administered only on a computer at an official testing center and is 7½-hours long.


In order to be eligible for a high school equivalency credential, test-takers must score at least 150 on each of the four content modules (Reasoning Through Language Arts, Mathematical Reasoning, Science, and Social Studies). The score for each module ranges from 100 to 200, with 150 being the passing score. It's important to note that the score required to pass is the same for all test-takers, regardless of where they take the exam.


The GED® with Honors is a certification that indicates readiness for career and college. To receive the GED® with Honors, test-takers must score 170 or higher on each of the four content areas of the exam. The score range for each module is still from 100 to 200, with 170 being the minimum score required for this certification.

Why Choose Sapneil Tutoring for GED Prep?

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.

  • What is the Digital ACT?
    The Digital ACT is an online version of the traditional ACT test that you can take on the ACT's secure online platform. It's designed to assess your college readiness.
  • Why did they make the ACT digital?
    They made the shift to digital to improve test security, accessibility, and to give you a more streamlined user experience. Plus, you'll get your scores faster.
  • How is the Digital ACT organized?
    The Digital ACT has four sections: English, Math, Reading, and Science. You'll take it all on a computer. There's also an optional Writing section.
  • What are the advantages of taking the Digital ACT?
    There are a bunch of advantages! You get quicker score reporting, enhanced security measures, and a more consistent testing experience.
  • Do I need a special device for the Digital ACT?
    Nope! To keep things fair and secure, you'll have to take the Digital ACT on designated computers at the test center.
  • What kinds of questions are on the Digital ACT?
    You'll find multiple-choice questions in all sections of the test. There's also an optional essay, just like in the traditional paper ACT.
  • How is the Digital ACT scored?
    Each section is scored on a scale of 1-36. Your overall score is the average of the four main sections.
  • When do I get my Digital ACT scores?
    You can usually expect your scores within 2-3 weeks after the test date.
  • What accommodations are available for the Digital ACT?
    If you're eligible, you can get accommodations like extended time, extra breaks, large-print materials, and assistive technology.
  • How do I request accommodations for the Digital ACT?
    To request accommodations, you'll need to apply through the ACT's Test Accessibility and Accommodations (TAA) system. Make sure to provide the necessary documentation through your school's accommodations officer.
  • What should I bring on test day?
    Don't forget to bring a valid ID, your admission ticket, and any documentation related to approved accommodations.
  • Can I use a calculator during the Digital ACT?
    Absolutely! You can use a calculator for the Math section. And don't worry, the test centers provide access to an online calculator if you need one.
  • How should I prepare for the Digital ACT?**
    To get ready for the Digital ACT, practice with digital tests, get familiar with the test format, and consider taking prep courses or getting tutoring for some targeted practice.
  • Are there any technical requirements for the Digital ACT?
    No need to worry about that! The computers at the test center are already set up with all the necessary technical specifications.
  • What if there are technical difficulties during the test?
    No sweat! The test centers have on-site technical support to fix any issues that might come up during the exam.
  • Is the Digital ACT different from the paper version?
    Nope, the content is the same for both the Digital ACT and the paper version. It covers the same subjects and skills.
  • How does adaptive testing work in the Digital ACT?
    Currently, the Digital ACT doesn't use adaptive testing. This means that all students receive the same set of questions.
  • What's the best way to practice for the Digital ACT?
    To prepare for the Digital ACT, it's recommended to regularly practice with digital tests, review the main content areas, and get comfortable with navigating the test's digital interface.
  • Can I retake the Digital ACT if I'm not happy with my score?
    Absolutely! If you're not satisfied with your Digital ACT score, you can retake the test on any of the scheduled test dates.
  • How can I help my child prepare for the Digital ACT?
    Encourage your child to practice regularly with digital tests, create a study environment that's conducive to learning, and consider enrolling them in a reputable prep course.
  • What should I know about test day to support my child?
    On test day, make sure your child has all the necessary documents, arrives at the test center early, and is familiar with any accommodations they may require.
  • How can I understand my child's Digital ACT score?
    To interpret your child's Digital ACT score, it's important to understand the scoring system, which ranges from 1 to 36. Additionally, review the detailed score report provided by the ACT to identify their strengths and areas for improvement.
  • What should I do if my child needs testing accommodations?
    If your child requires testing accommodations, work with their school to apply for accommodations through the ACT's TAA system. It's important to submit all the necessary documentation promptly.
  • How will the Digital ACT affect college admissions?
    Most colleges accept both digital and paper ACT scores equally. Make sure your child's preparation aligns with the admissions requirements of the colleges they're interested in.
  • How do I register for the Digital ACT?
    To register for the Digital ACT, simply visit the official website of the ACT and choose your preferred test date and location. Make sure to meet all the registration deadlines.
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