If you are a international student looking to studying in a university in an English speaking country, then you may need to take a TOEFL test. TOEFL is an acronym of the Test of English as a Foreign Language, which is the official name for the test. It assesses your ability to both speak and understand English by analysing your English ability in terms of reading, speaking, listening and writing. These are all skills which will be needed to carry out your academic studies and the test is used by institutions to ensure students are able to proceed and succeed on heir chosen course in a country where the curriculum is taught in English.

Course content
These are 3 courses aimed at helping people get the best possible mark in the TOEFL exam. They help to improve academic English and focus on the types of questions asked in these exams.

Course levels
There are 3 levels. These are: TOEFL iBT 35-45/120 (Pre-Intermediate), TOEFL iBT 79-93/120 (Intermediate); and TOEFL iBT 102-109/120 (Advanced) . Each level takes approximately 60 hours to complete.

Age: Young adults to adults aged 16+.
Recommended: 18+

Your TOEFL preparation program includes:
60 h a month exam preparation classes with native teachers;
Daily homework;
Lunch at school;
Computer Lab;
Free Wi-Fi;
Course books and all learning materials;
Accommodation: homestay or hotel
Certificate upon completion.

Note: the certificate only shows the completion of a TOEFL iBT exam preparation course. TOEFL iBT exam itself is taken separately. A separate certificate of your language competence will be issued after the exam by a test centre.

Upon completion of the course you will:

Master all 4 skills – reading, listening, speaking and writing;
Read or Scan for Main idea;
Learn note-taking and how to use your notes to write an organized essay;
Listen to conversations and lectures and be able to recognize functions, intonation, keywords, details, interpret idioms;
Speak within a limited time frame;

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