TOEFL iBT Preparation
Our TOEFL iBT Preparation Classes prepare students for all sections of the TOEFL iBT Exam: Reading, Writing, Listening and Speaking.
Skills and Practice for the TOEFL iBT* (TOEFULL)
Option A: 18 Academic Hours per Week for 4 weeks (Evening)
Option B: 18 Academic Hours per Week for 8 weeks (Daytime)
|TOEFL iBT||Option A: 4 weeks||Option B: 8 weeks|
|Hours||72 hours Evening||144 hours Daytime|
|Time||5:35-9:20pm; Mon.- Thurs.||Between 8:30am-4pm; Mon.- Fri.|
|Fall II 2015 Dates||Nov.9- Dec.7 (Skips 11/26)||Oct.26- Dec.18|
These classes are designed to teach the language skills and test-taking strategies needed to achieve a competitive score on the reading, writing, listening, and speaking segments of the TOEFL iBT. Students will take practice TOEFL tests to become familiar with the exam. They will then analyze results to find areas to improve using the skills learned. Note: Students from level 6 can take the full-time TOEFL program with special permission.
*Students planning to take the full-time TOEFL class are required to take the three hour TOEIC exam.
TOEFL iBT: Preparation** 36 Hours
This class will help prepare students for the TOEFL iBT test. Students will learn how to listen for main ideas, details, function, and inferences. Students will learn how to compare and contrast information in the integrated skills section. TOEFL-level vocabulary will be learned in context.
- Saturdays/8 weeks (TOEFPAR/2) Levels: 5-8
Time: 1:10pm- 4:40pm
Dates: Oct. 31- Dec. 19
**New students planning to take any part-time TOEFL class are required to take the one hour walk-in placement test.