TOEFL Exam Preparation
The TOEFL test is a highly respected English language proficiency test, accepted by over 9,000 universities, colleges and agencies in over 130 countries including Australia, Canada, the U.K. and the United States. This standardized test measures the English-language ability of non-native speakers who are interested in attending English-speaking universities. The exam scores are used as a solid base for making important admission decisions. The TOEFL preparation course allows students to focus exclusively on preparing for the exam. Experienced teachers provide students with test taking strategies, practice tests and the skills necessary to be successful on the TOEFL test. The minimum age is 16 years.
Reasons to choose this TOEFL course:
- You would like to take a TOEFL test
- You want to have an internationally recognized certificate
- You want to study in an American university or college
What to expect from this TOEFL course:
The TOEFL preparation courses teach students key skills and strategies to get a competitive edge on the TOEFL test. The course includes TOEFL focused reading, writing, speaking, and listening, in addition to sample exam papers that help students learn various techniques to better perform on all TOEFL sections. In addition to mastering the core content, test-takers are equipped with a strong knowledge foundation to boost their scores. Small classes (no more than 12 students per class) ensure that you benefit from individual attention and the dynamic atmosphere will help you polish your language skills.
Teachers at CEL are highly qualified and experienced with TOEFL preparation. They know how to maximize your success in the exam and are eager to support and help students train in every aspect. Preparing for the TOEFL test requires intensive studying, therefore teachers create a personalized learning path to strengthen all four of the main English criteria.
A variety of techniques and tools are used to prepare students for the TOEFL test. Materials like books, newspapers, magazines, videos and audio are used to focus on test-taking strategies and highlight the academic English skills needed to pass the test.