TOEFL iBT Preparation Course in Los Angeles
Test Of English as a Foreign Language internet-based test (TOEFL iBT) is a standardized test that measures an international student's mastery of the English language.
Read more and learn how Adams College of English TOEFL classes in Los Angeles are designed for you.
American colleges and universities depend on the TOEFL iBT score to ensure that new incoming students are able to understand and communicate in English at a College level.
UCLA and USC consider a TOEFL iBT score of 100 to be competitive for NEW international students.
ESL courses are great for improving English.
However, if you want recognizable, worldwide proof of your English speaking abilities, a certified TOEFL iBT score is a solid way to show your English proficiency.
Some American companies may ask potential international candidates for a TOEFL iBT score to ensure that the applicant will not have any problems communicating in English.
Did you know...
Adams College of English has an Articulation Partnership with Los Angeles Community College and Santa Monica College to make it even EASIER for Adams College of English TOEFL students to attend these colleges.
Do you notice what these sections have in common?
The majority of the TOEFL iBT sections are based on READING COMPREHENSION and LISTENING!
Our TOEFL class has a heavy emphasis on reading and listening comprehension.
In addition, TOEFL iBT students will also have:
Full-length 3-hour practice TOEFL test to help students get comfortable with the TOEFL iBT test layout and structure.
Sectional tests every 2 weeks to practice strategies and focus on strengthening weak areas.
Daily coursework to practice common TOEFL test vocabulary words and reading comprehension.
Additional practice material and resources for homework are available on request.
TOEFL TIP #1
For all sections of the TOEFL iBT test, pay close attention to the instructions.
These are often loaded with clues that can reveal what the passage is about or key points to look out for.
TOEFL TIP #2
For Reading sections, most students read the entire passage first and then start to answer the questions.
This is serious mismanagement of time!
Students should instead read the first paragraph and then start answering the questions.
The questions will tell you to re-read certain portions of the paragraph anyways.
Applying this technique will allow students to break down an intimidating wall of text into smaller manageable pieces that are easier to read and understand.
TOEFL test prep course at Adams College of English highlights
Premium TOEFL instructor with published ETS TOEFL test material.
Instructor with close to 10 years of experience helping students achieve their TOEFL test goals.
Small class TOEFL class size to maximize student-instructor interaction.
Prepare for the TOEFL iBT test and take the first step towards your future.
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