TOEFL® Test Preparation
Learn the strategies that will facilitate top TOEFL® Test scores leading to the university of your dreams or the job you deserve!
This course is expertly designed to prepare students to maximize their TOEFL® Test score in all four sections of the test: Reading, Listening, Speaking and Writing. You will receive individual lessons by a professional tutor who is not only an educated native speaker, but who is also a seasoned TOEFL® Test expert. From TOEFL® Test-specific speaking and writing structures, to unique vocabulary exercises, our test preparations are like none you have ever experienced. By the end of the course, you will know how to effectively apply a series of TOEFL® Test-specific strategies that will relieve your anxiety during the test, eliminate typical mistakes and enable you to understand, speak and write in a manner, which ensures you a top score.
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Формат:с носителем языка, индивидуально
Цель:для поступления в вуз, для карьеры
Для кого:взрослые и подростки от 16 лет
Уровень английского:средний (B1) и выше
Тип курса:подготовка к экзамену
Продолжительность теста:3,5-4,5 часа
Содержание теста (балл):Reading (30) – 60-80 мин., Listening (30) – 60-90 мин., Speaking (30) – 20 мин., Writing (30) – 50 мин.
Максимальный результат:120 баллов
More than 9,000 higher learning institutions and agencies in over 130 countries accept the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL). This test allows students the opportunity to prove they can communicate ideas effectively in different situations by simulating university classrooms and campus-life communication. TOEFL contains four sections: Reading, Listening, Speaking, and Writing.
The Reading portion consists of about four to six 700 word passages followed a series of five different types of in-depth questions on these passages. This section is about 60 to 100 minutes long.
The Listening section is comprised of two student conversations and four academic lectures or discussions, which are roughly three to five minutes each in length followed by a series of questions. This section is approximately 60 to 90 minutes in length.
The Speaking portion consists of a total of six tasks with questions on familiar and academic topics in which the test-taker is expected to answer with clear and coherent answers. This portion of the test is approximately 20 minutes.
The Writing section is the final part of the test and involves two tasks. In the first task, the test-taker must read a passage and then listen to a short lecture or conversation on the same topic after which he is required to write a structured essay, answering specific questions regarding the relationship between the two passages. The second writing task requires the test-taker to write a structured essay giving his opinion or view of a familiar topic. This portion of the test is approximately 50 minutes.