TOEFL COURSE

What is TOEFL?

Test of English as a Foreign Language is a standardized test to measure the English Language ability of non-native speakers wishing to enroll in English-speaking universities. The test is accepted by many English-speaking academic and professional institutions.

TOEFL STRUCTURE


Reading

Its goal is to determine your level of reading comprehension. ask well as to understand various relationships between ideas.

Listening

Measures how well you understand spoken English. As this is an academic exam, you will find conversations or monologues that are typical of a university context.

Speaking

Evaluates your ability to express yourself orally in English. The PBT mode does not include this section. in addition to the correct use of vocabulary and grammar.

Writting

Determine how advanced your writing skills are of the candidate to express himself in writing in formal contexts in English following a well-structured essay format.

Grammar

Examines your grammar, sentence structure and vocabulary in context. This section is extremely important on the iBT. The TOEFL exam has started, are you ready?

Why us?

Your personalized plan

You will have access to multiple exercises in speaking, listening, pronunciation and writing. With unlimited practice sessions. You will soon master the skills of reading, writing, listening and pronunciation. Plus, you can learn in one-to-one or group classes whenever you want.

The precise feedback you need

For each exercise or practice test you do, you will receive a complete summary of your performance, so you can review and evaluate your results in detail.

Our platform offers you more

We can offer you much more than just practice exams. we give you access to live classes with expert teachers, innovative lessons, ongoing support and language skills you can use beyond your exam. Being a part of our school is the perfect way to improve your English skills and confidence before taking the TOEFL.

But, do I need to take the TOEFL test?

The TOEFL is one of the most widely used English proficiency tests worldwide, and your score is used as a requirement for obtaining academic degrees, conducting foreign exchange, and even obtaining Visas to visit some of the major countries. If you feel identified with any of these reasons or you want to improve and certify your level of English, then the answer is yes.

Aditional Information
What are the ways to take the TOEFL exam?

The TOEFL examination is currently administered at test sites around the world in two different formats: the Paper-Based TOEFL (PBT) and the Internet-Based TOEFL (iBT®). Similar language proficiency skills are tested on both formats, but they are tested in different ways. There are 2 types:

International: This is the official one and it has international validity. Whether you want to get a residence visa or study abroad, it is a requirement. It can be presented in two ways; iBT and PBT (I explain them below).
Institutional (also known as ITP): This is a paper and pencil visa, valid only at the national level (sometimes only valid at the institution you applied to).

The PBT is a pencil and paper test that is offered for two purposes:

One purpose of the PBT is for placement and progress evaluations. Colleges or other institutions use the PBT to test their students. The scores are not valid outside of the place where they are administered, but the college or institution accepts the PBT that they administer as an official score. This PBT is also called an Institutional TOEFL.

The other purpose of the PBT is to supplement the official Internet-Based TOEFL in areas where Internet-based testing is not possible. The scores are usually valid outside of the place where they are administered. This PBT is also called a Supplemental TOEFL. The Paper-Based TOEFL has three parts: Listening Comprehension, Structure and Written Expression, and Reading. In addition, the Test of Written English (TWE) is an essay that is required to provide a writing score. 

The Internet-Based TOEFL (iBT®) is a computer-assisted test that was introduced in September 2005 worldwide. The Internet-Based TOEFL (iBT®) was initially referred to as the CBT2 and as the Next Generation TOEFL. The iBT® has four parts: Listening, Speaking, Reading, and Writing.

The Speaking Section was already introduced in 2003 a the TOEFL Academic Speaking Test (TAST). On the four-part iBT®, most of the questions are independent, but some of the questions are integrated. For example, you may be asked to listen to a lecture or read a text, and then speak or write a response. The total score is based on a scale of 0-120.

TOEFL iBT, the most widely used test, is unique in that it aims to assess how people combine skills

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