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Our expert tutors provide a rigorous yet patient approach to tackling common grammar pitfalls and improving compositional skills. With conversational practice and constructive feedback, we'll help you gain confidence in your spoken English and prepare for success on exam day.

Master English Grammar and Ace Your TOEFL/IELTS Test

With Sapneil Tutoring's rigorous yet patient approach to tackling English grammar, you'll identify common pitfalls and misunderstandings. Our conversational practice supplemented by constructive criticism will help improve your pronunciation and spoken English. Gain confidence and familiarity with the actual exam, so you can perform your best on test day.

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Everyone has their own unique strengths and weaknesses when it comes to learning a new language. That's why we provide a customized lesson plan tailored specifically to your individual needs. With our patient and rigorous approach, you'll gain confidence in your grammar skills and improve your spoken English through constructive feedback. Get familiar with the exam format and perform at your best with our TOEFL/IELTS Test Prep Services.


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Don't let exam anxiety hold you back. Our rigorous test prep services will give you the preparation and familiarity you need to perform your best on the TOEFL/IELTS. We'll help you identify common pitfalls and misunderstandings in English grammar, improve your compositional skills, and boost your spoken English with constructive criticism. With Sapneil Tutoring, you can ace the exam with confidence.

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Success on the TOEFL/IELTS exam requires strong analytical abilities. Our test prep services use synonym and analogy questions to develop these skills and ensure you are fully prepared for the exam. With our patient approach, conversational practice, and familiarity with the actual exam format, you'll have the confidence and comfort you need to perform your best.


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Testing Overview

 The IELTS (International English Language Testing System) is a widely recognized test that assesses a test-taker's English language proficiency. It is designed for individuals who plan to study, work, or migrate to an English-speaking country. Many US colleges and universities accept IELTS scores as evidence of English language proficiency for admission purposes. The IELTS test also measures English proficiency for professional reasons, such as for healthcare professionals or engineers.

The TOEFL iBT (Test of English as a Foreign Language) is an online test used to measure English language proficiency for academic and professional purposes. Many colleges and universities in the US accept TOEFL iBT scores to demonstrate English language proficiency for admission purposes.

How to Register

 You register for the TOEFL by creating an account on the ETS website. You can also register by phone or by mail.


 You register for the IELTS by creating an account on the IELTS website

Testing Dates

When you're ready to take the TOEFL/IELTS exams, you can schedule it online. Both exams can be taken at a test center or at your home.


The total TOEFL test takes about 3 hours to complete, but you should plan for 3.5 hours, allowing 30 minutes for check in.

The total test time for the IELTS is 2 hours and 45 minutes.

What's Covered on Exam






The IELTS (International English Language Testing System) has two types of exams: Academic and General Training. IELTS Academic can be taken on paper or on a computer at a test center or online from a private location with a stable internet connection. IELTS General Training can only be taken on paper or on a computer at a test center.


Both exam types have the same Listening and Speaking tests, but different Reading and Writing tests. Make sure you prepare for the correct test type.


All IELTS exams have the Listening, Reading, and Writing sections completed on the same day, with no breaks in between them. However, the Speaking test may be scheduled up to a week before or after the other tests. If you booked the IELTS Online exam, your Speaking test will usually take place before your other tests.




You’ll receive four scaled section scores and a total score.


Each section has a score range of 0–30.

These are added together for a total score of 0–120.

Each skill has four or five proficiency levels, so where your score falls within that range tells you your proficiency for that skill.



IELTS results are reported on a 9-band scale. They are designed to be simple and easy to understand.


They are reported as band scores on a scale from 1 (the lowest) to 9 (the highest).


All formats of IELTS use the same scoring system.

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  • 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.
  • What is the sat paper test and do I have to take it?
    The SAT is a standardized test that most colleges and universities in the United States use for admission. Schools generally require students to submit their SAT scores along with their application.
  • How do I sign up for the sat paper test?
    You can register for the paper test online through the College Board's website.
  • What does the format of the sat paper test look like?
    It has three main sections which are Reading, Writing and Language, and Math plus an optional Essay part.
  • How long is the sat paper test?
    The paper test takes about three hours and fifty minutes to complete including an essay section that is optional.
  • Which subjects does the sat paper test cover?
    This exam covers evidence-based reading and writing, mathematics as well as a choice of whether or not one wants to analyze texts in their essays.
  • Do I need to pay any fees for the sat paper test?
    Yes, there is a fee for taking the sat paper test but students who qualify can get fee waivers.
  • In case I am unsatisfied with my results can I take the sat paper test again?
    Yes, you can retake the paper test multiple times in order to improve your score.
  • How is the sat paper test graded?
    Sat paper tests employ a scoring scale ranging from 400 to 1600 and each section like Evidence-Based Reading & Writing or Math has its own score.
  • What score indicates that someone did well on the test?
    The SAT is a correspondence examination so the marks that are considered good may differ from one college to another; generally, however, 1200 and above is competitive.
  • How do I prepare for the test using paper?
    Officially released preparations materials, guide books for reviews alongside online resources can be instrumental in studying for a paper SAT. Sitting for some mock under time constraints also proves beneficial.
  • Have you got any SAT paper resources or guides you can recommend?
    Some of the best publications to use when getting ready for this test include The Official SAT Study Guide which is put out by College Board in addition to those written by renowned preparation companies like Princeton Review and Kaplan among others.
  • During the SAT paper test, will calculators be allowed?
    Calculators can only be used in the Math section of the SAT paper examination though there are some restrictions on their models.
  • What should I carry with me for the SAT paper examination?
    Always ensure that on the date of this particular assessment; you have an original photo bearing ID card, admission ticket, number two soft pencils (they must not be mechanical), an approved calculator (remember to confirm if yours is allowed) as well as something light such as nuts or fruits because it's going to take quite a while before completion.
  • Are there any specific strategies I should use during the SAT paper exam?
    Strategies for the SAT paper exam include pacing yourself, reading questions carefully, eliminating incorrect answer choices, and practicing good time management.
  • How soon will I receive my SAT paper exam scores after taking the exam?
    You'll typically receive your SAT paper exam scores online about two to three weeks after the test date.
  • Can I use my SAT paper exam scores for anything other than college admissions?
    In addition to college admissions, some scholarship programs may also consider SAT scores as part of their selection criteria.
  • Will my SAT paper exam scores affect my college admissions chances?
    Yes, SAT paper exam scores are an important factor in college admissions decisions, along with other factors like GPA, extracurricular activities, and essays.
  • What happens if I don't pass the SAT paper exam?
    There is no pass or fail score for the SAT paper exam. Instead, colleges and universities consider your overall score and compare it to their admissions criteria.
  • Are there any accommodations available for students with disabilities taking the SAT paper exam?
    Yes, accommodations are available for students with disabilities taking the SAT paper exam. You can apply for accommodations through the College Board.
  • How can I interpret my SAT paper exam scores to understand my strengths and weaknesses?
    To interpret your SAT paper exam scores, review your score report to see how you performed in each section. This can help you identify areas where you excel and areas where you may need to improve. Additionally, consider seeking feedback from teachers or tutors to further understand your strengths and weaknesses.
  • What is the TOEFL exam?
    The TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) assesses the English proficiency of non-native speakers looking to enroll in English-speaking universities.
  • Who needs to take the TOEFL?
    Non-native English speakers who are applying to universities, certain professional licensing programs, or seeking scholarships in English-speaking countries often need to take the TOEFL.
  • How is the TOEFL structured?
    The TOEFL iBT comprises four sections: Reading, Listening, Speaking, and Writing, each designed to test different aspects of English proficiency.
  • How long is the TOEFL exam?
    The exam typically lasts about 3 hours, including a short break.
  • What are the scoring criteria for the TOEFL?
    Each section of the TOEFL is scored out of 30, for a total possible score of 120. Scores reflect proficiency in each of the language skills.
  • How can I register for the TOEFL?
    You can register online through the ETS (Educational Testing Service) site, by phone, or by mail.
  • What is the cost of the TOEFL exam?
    Fees vary by location but generally range from $160 to $250.
  • How often can I take the TOEFL?
    You can take the TOEFL as many times as you wish, but you must wait at least for 12 days before your next attempt.
  • How long are TOEFL scores valid?
    TOEFL scores are valid for two years from the test date.
  • What is a good TOEFL score?
    A good score depends on the requirements of the institution or program you are applying to. Many universities require scores between 80 and 100.
  • Can I use a calculator on the TOEFL?
    No, calculators are not allowed during the TOEFL exam.
  • How should I prepare for the TOEFL?
    Preparation can include studying practice materials, taking practice tests, and improving English skills through reading, listening, and speaking exercises.
  • What should I bring on the test day?
    Bring a valid ID, your registration confirmation, and any required documentation. Personal items like cell phones and bags are not allowed in the test room.
  • Are there accommodations for test-takers with disabilities?
    Yes, ETS provides accommodations such as extended time, extra breaks, and screen magnification. Requests must be made in advance.
  • How are the Speaking and Writing sections scored?
    These sections are scored by trained raters who evaluate based on criteria such as coherence, grammar, and fluency.
  • When will I receive my TOEFL scores?
    Scores are usually available online about 6 days after the test date.
  • How can I send my TOEFL scores to universities?
    You can select up to four institutions to receive your scores for free when you register. Additional reports can be sent for a fee.
  • What happens if I need to cancel or reschedule my TOEFL test?
    You can reschedule or cancel your test up to four days before the test date for a fee.
  • Can parents assist with TOEFL registration and preparation?
    Yes, parents can help by ensuring their child has a quiet study environment, providing study materials, and helping with the registration process.
  • How important is the TOEFL for university admissions?
    For many universities, the TOEFL score is a critical part of the application process, especially for non-native speakers, as it demonstrates English language proficiency necessary for academic success.
  • What is the SSAT, and who needs to take it?
    The SSAT, also known as the Secondary School Admission Test, is a standardized exam required by many independent schools. Typically, students applying for grades 3 through 11 are the ones who take this test.
  • How is the SSAT structured?
    The SSAT is divided into three sections: Quantitative, Verbal, and Reading Comprehension. Each section consists of multiple-choice questions. Additionally, there's an unscored Writing Sample.
  • What is the scoring system for the SSAT?
    The SSAT is scored on a scale of 500 to 800 for each section, with a total score ranging from 1500 to 2400.
  • How can I prepare for the SSAT?
    To prepare for the SSAT, it's a good idea to get familiar with the test format, practice with sample questions, and use study materials like prep books or online resources.
  • When is the SSAT administered?
    The SSAT is offered on various dates throughout the year, typically on Saturdays. You can find specific test dates on the official SSAT website.
  • Can I retake the SSAT if I'm not satisfied with my score?
    Absolutely! Students are allowed to retake the SSAT multiple times in order to improve their scores. However, there are some limitations on how often you can take the test within a certain time period.
  • Do I need to send my SSAT scores to every school I apply to?
    No, you have the option to choose which schools receive your SSAT scores when you register for the test. If you want to send additional score reports, there may be a fee involved.
  • What accommodations are available for students with disabilities when taking the SSAT?
    Students with documented disabilities can request accommodations such as extended time, breaks, or large-print test booklets. It's important to submit accommodation requests in advance.
  • Is there a fee to register for the SSAT?
    Yes, there is a registration fee to take the SSAT. However, eligible students may qualify for fee waivers based on their financial need.
  • How long are SSAT scores valid for?
    Typically, SSAT scores are valid for one to two years, depending on the admissions policies of the individual schools.
  • Are there study guides or practice materials available for the SSAT?
    Absolutely! There are plenty of study guides, practice tests, and online resources available to help students prepare for the SSAT.
  • What are the differences between the elementary, middle, and upper level SSAT?
    The content and difficulty level of the SSAT vary based on the grade level of the student. The elementary level is for students in grades 3-4, the middle level is for grades 5-7, and the upper level is for students in grades 3-4, the middle level is for grades 5-7, and the upper level is for grades 8-11.
  • Can I cancel my SSAT score if I think I didn't do well on test day?
    Absolutely! You have the option to cancel your SSAT scores on the day of the test before you leave the testing center. Just keep in mind that canceled scores won't be reported to schools.
  • How long does it take to get my SSAT scores?
    Your SSAT scores are usually available online about two weeks after the test date.
  • Will I be penalized for guessing on the SSAT?
    Nope, there's no penalty for guessing on the SSAT. It's actually a smart move to answer every question, even if you're not sure of the correct answer.
  • Can I use a calculator during the quantitative section of the SSAT?
    Sorry, but calculators are a no-go for the quantitative section of the SSAT. All calculations must be done without the help of a calculator.
  • How do I sign up for the SSAT?
    Registering for the SSAT is a breeze! Just head over to the official SSAT website and create an account. From there, you can choose a test date and location, and pay the registration fee.
  • What should I bring with me on test day?
    On the big day, make sure to bring a printed copy of your admission ticket, a valid photo ID, No. 2 pencils, and a snack or drink for those well-deserved breaks.
  • Can I request extra time for breaks during the SSAT?
    Absolutely! If you need extra time for breaks due to medical reasons or other accommodations, you can definitely request it. Just make sure to get the request approved in advance.
  • What happens if I arrive late to the SSAT test center?
    If you show up fashionably late to the SSAT test center, you might not be allowed in, and unfortunately, your registration fee won't be refunded. So it's best to arrive early and give yourself plenty of time to check-in and get settled.
  • What kind of support does Sapneil Tutoring Institute offer to students getting ready for the SSAT?
    Sapneil Tutoring Institute provides top-notch SSAT preparation courses led by experienced tutors. They offer personalized study plans, practice materials, and one-on-one tutoring sessions to help students boost their test-taking skills.
  • How does Sapneil Tutoring Institute ensure that students succeed on the SSAT?
    Sapneil Tutoring Institute has a proven teaching methodology that focuses on individualized instruction, targeted practice, and continuous feedback. Their dedicated tutors are committed to helping students reach their full potential and achieve their desired SSAT scores.
  • What makes Sapneil Tutoring Institute stand out from other test preparation services?
    Sapneil Tutoring Institute sets itself apart by providing a supportive learning environment, experienced tutors, and a wide range of resources tailored to each student's needs. Their holistic approach to test preparation ensures that students feel confident and well-prepared on test day.
  • Can students rely on Sapneil Tutoring Institute for all their SSAT preparation needs?
    Absolutely! Students can count on Sapneil Tutoring Institute for comprehensive SSAT preparation, including test-taking strategies, content review, and practice exams. Their ultimate goal is to empower students to excel academically and gain admission to their dream schools.
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