TOEIC Test Preparation Program

TOEIC Test Preparation Program

This course offers students preparation in making it possible for them to master the Test of English for International Communication (TOEIC). The business world demands that its participants communicate effectively. This course is intended to help students who plan to work for international organizations, and tools to become confident in their ability to speak, listen, read, and write in American English, which will lead them to success in their business, professional, or technical careers. Besides regular class instruction, students will also take a weekly (full-length) practice test to monitor individual progress.

Sample Class Schedule

Class Hour Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
  Listening: Reading: Grammar: Vocabulary: Timed Practice Test:
6:00 – 7:15 PM Tips and Exercises General Strategies Structure Building Strategies Listening
7:30 – 8:30 PM Photographs
Questions and Responses
Short Conversations
Skimming
Reading Conversation
Business Letters
Incomplete Sentences
Phrasal Verbs
Complex Sentences
Verb parts analysis
Recognition of word families
Reading
8:45 – 9:36 PM Mini-test
Analysis
Skill building Follow-up Exercises Personal dictionary
Word puzzle
Practice test Analysis

 

Test Contents

The TOEIC test is a paper-and-pencil, multiple-choice assessment. There are two separately timed sections of 100 questions each.

Section I Listening Section II Reading
Examinees listen to a variety of questions and short conversations recorded in English, then answer questions based on what they heard. Examinees read a variety of materials and respond at their own pace to
questions based on the content.
Test Content
  • Part 1: Photographs (20 items)
  • Part 2: Question – Response (30 items)
  • Part 3: Short Conversations (30 items)
  • Part 4: Short Talks (20 items)
  • Part 5: Incomplete Sentences (40 items)
  • Part 6: Error Recognition (20 items)
  • Part 7: Reading Comprehension (40 items)

 

Test Length

The test lasts approximately two and a half hours. Examinees have: 45 minutes for Section I; 75 minutes for Section II, and the remaining time to respond to biographical questions and a brief questionnaire about education and work history.

Section I Section II
Listening Comprehension

About 45 minutes

Reading Comprehension

75 minutes