TOEFL® iBT (Internet Based Test) – Test Preparation Program

 

TOEFL® iBT (Internet Based Test) – Test Preparation Program

The TOEFL® Test Preparation Course is for students who plan to take the TOEFL® iBT exam. The TOEFL® exam is a test used for College, University, and Graduate school admission. This course is for students who would like to improve their score on the TOEFL® test. Participants follow an assigned schedule by which they learn TOEFL® skills through studying lectures, doing exercises, taking practice TOEFL® tests, and receiving instructor feedback.

This will prepare them for getting the optimal score they are seeking. Our TOEFL® test Preparation Program focuses on various topics and students use the most relevant textbooks published for the TOEFL® test. Our Preparation Program class is held in the computer lab. Each student is assigned to a computer station to work at and take the weekly practice tests. The TOEFL® test measures the ability of international students to use English in academic settings.

Students who wish to transfer to college or university in the U.S. must take the TOEFL® test in order to be accepted into the university/college program. Each university program and college has its own TOEFL® score requirements. Students should check the requirements for the respective institution they have decided to transfer to. The ETS website has all the necessary information on different TOEFL® score requirements for institutions throughout the United States.

As a TOEFL® iBT (Internet-based) test center, we are proud to say that we have been a successful test center for over seven years. Many candidates have come to take the test at our center, from as far away as San Diego. Our staff is caring and makes sure that all the candidates are comfortable while taking the test. Students who wish to take the test at our test center need to bring their passport as their identification document if they are not citizens of the U.S., or their green card if they are permanent residents. Students wishing to take the test at our test center should consult the ETS website and read the TOEFL® bulletin by going to www.ets.org/toefl.

Our admissions staff speaks many different languages and all students are welcome to ask questions any time during their enrollment at our school. We are committed to providing quality education to our students who wish to attend classes for their personal or business reasons.

Sample Class Schedule

Class Hour Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
09:00 – 10:15 AM Listening: Academic Lectures Oral Skills: Compare and Contrast Listening: Academic Lectures Oral Skills: Expressing Opinions Oral Skills: Timed Exercises
10:30 – 11:30 AM Reading: Identifying Arguments Speaking Reading: Analysis of Rhetoric Speaking Reading: Analysis of Rhetoric
11:45 – 12:36 PM Writing: Introduction Writing: Development Writing: Development Writing: Development Writing: Exercises

 

Since we are an official TOEFL® iBT test center, this course takes place in the same computer lab where the official TOEFL iBT is administered.