• Each year, hundreds of thousands of international students come to the US to pursue their academic studies. Because their English is nonnative language, these students are required to demonstrate competency in listening, grammar, reading, and writing by taking the TOEFL test.
• This test is administered by the Educational Testing Service of Princeton, New Jersey. In 2002-2003, over 1.2 million test-takers from all over the world took the TOEFL test.
• A suitable TOEFL score is a requirement to being admitted to graduate or undergraduate programs at almost all colleges and universities in North America.
With that, this course was designed to help international students achieve the necessary TOEFL score to pursue their chosen future.
• The premise is that the TOEFL test - being extremely important to an international student's future success - needs to be studied earnestly and scrupulously.
Given the breath and difficulty of the course to many, those who fail to meet the course (as well as their own personal) objectives are strongly recommended to opt for re-enrollment the following month.
The Online TOEFL Test Preparation Course sets out for 30 days of objectives through which a person can improve his or her score on the TOEFL test.
Course members, every day for a month-long period, follow an assigned schedule by which they learn TOEFL skills through studying lectures, doing exercises, taking practice TOEFL tests and receiving instructor feedback.
Therefore, to hope to achieve the course objectives, members should spend a minimum of 3 hours per day on the course work which in addition to TOEFL test practice includes the four online skills courses:
• The Online TOEFL Listening Review Course
• The Online TOEFL Reading Review Course
• The Online TOEFL Writing Review Course
• The Online TOEFL Grammar Review Course