Diagnostic Test

We start with an ACT vs SAT Diagnostic Test to find the best-suited test for the student. The test is conducted in both offline and online mediums.



Upon evaluation of the diagnostic test the most fitting standardized test is determined. The assessment is based on multiple factors such as:



Once the evaluation is done, keeping the key factors in mind, we initiate the test preparation. We begin with the course at a frequency of 3 classes per week. We practice topic-wise drills to cover conceptual gaps, if any.



We engage the students in Sectional practice, covering all the topics and concepts from the section after the syllabus is covered. Herein, we work on the tips and tricks and time management.


Full-Length Testing

This is done before or around a month before the student’s actual test. The weekends are occupied for Full-length Test (FLTs) and Live Reviews.



If the 1st attempt at the actual test doesn’t bear the score predicted, sectional testing cycles and full-length testing cycles are exhaustively instated for another attempt. If required, we give booster sessions to revise crucial topics along with the practice cycle.

Questions on the Reading and Writing Section represent one of four content domains:

  • Craft and Structure: Measures the comprehension, vocabulary, analysis, synthesis, and reasoning skills and knowledge needed to understand and use high-utility words and phrases in context, evaluate texts rhetorically, and make connections between topically related texts
  • Information and Ideas: Measures comprehension, analysis, and reasoning skills and knowledge and the ability to locate, interpret, evaluate, and integrate information and ideas from texts and informational graphics (tables, bar graphs, and line graphs)
  • Standard English Conventions: Measures the ability to edit texts to conform to core conventions of Standard English sentence structure, usage, and punctuation
  • Expression of Ideas: Measures the ability to revise texts to improve the effectiveness of written expression and to meet specific rhetorical goals
Content Testing Points Operational Question Distribution
Craft and Structure
  • Words in Context
  • Test Structure and Purpose
  • Cross-text Connections
13-15 questions
Information and Ideas
  • Central Ideas and Details
  • Command of Evidence: Textual and Quantitative
  • Inferences
11-15 questions
Standard English Conventions
  • Boundaries
  • Form, Structure, and Sense
11-15 questions
Expression of Ideas
  • Rhetorical Synthesis
  • Transitions
8-12 questions
  • Algebra: Measures the ability to analyze, fluently solve, and create linear equations and inequalities as well as analyze and fluently solve equations and systems of equations using multiple techniques
  • Advanced Math: Measures skills and knowledge central for progression to more advanced math courses, including demonstrating an understanding of absolute value, quadratic, exponential, polynomial, rational, radical, and other nonlinear equations
  • Problem-Solving and Data Analysis: Measures the ability to apply quantitative reasoning about ratios, rates, and proportional relationships; understand and apply unit rate; and analyze and interpret one- and two-variable data
  • Geometry and Trigonometry: Measures the ability to solve problems that focus on area and volume; angles, triangles, and trigonometry; and circles
Content Testing Points Operational Question Distribution
  • Linear equations in one variable
  • Linear equations in two variables
  • Linear functions
  • Systems of two linear equations in two variables
  • Linear inequalities in one or two variables
13-15 questions
Advanced Math
  • Equivalent expressions
  • Nonlinear equations in one variable and systems of equations in two variables
  • Nonlinear functions
13-15 questions
Problem-Solving and Data Analysiss
  • Ratios, rates, proportional relationships, and units
  • Percentages
  • One-variable data: distributions and measures of center and spread
  • Two-variable data: models and scatter plots
  • Probability and conditional probability
  • Inference from sample statistics and margin of error
  • Evaluating statistical claims: observational studies and experiments
5-7 questions
Geometry and Trigonometry
  • Area and volume
  • Lines, angles and triangles
  • Right triangles and trigonometry
  • Circles
5-7 questions

SAT Digital Mock Test

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Tutela’s Online Teaching and Learning Platform (OTLP) is one of a kind medium where the students are introduced to a virtual classroom and all of the resources for the student to keep up with their test preparation. It also helps the students and parents keep track of the progress and latest trends.

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Reading Resources

Tutela equips the students with the best articles from New York Times to help them improve their reading skills and knowledge, which is crucial for students to build up their assets for competitive exams.

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