People attend school for many different reasons for example, expanded knowledge, societal awareness, and enhanced interpersonal relationships. Why do you think people decide to go to school?
During the first day session we will ask you to take a mini test in order to establish a base so that you can monitor and compare your progress. The mini test will consist of: Reading -1 passage with questions; Listening -1 lecture with 6 questions and 1 conversation with 5 questions; Speaking -3 questions 1 independent and 2 integrated Writing -1 independent question We allocate the next 7 days to the Reading section of the test.
Each day you will cover one or two question types, e. We will provide you with a detailed explanation for each question type and also give you some tips that will make you feel more confident on the test day. We also provide an example for each question type, followed by questions and the correct answers and at the end of the session you will be able to practice this particular type of question.
Each day we also help you build your Vocabulary by providing you with a list of "TOEFL words" with their explanation and synonyms. On the last day of this week you will take an extended full Reading section test: Week 2 During the second week we will continue working with you on the Listening section of the test and will start with a brief discussion about the importance of mastering a critical skill…note-taking!
The structure will be similar to the structure of the previous week: At the end of the session you will practice a particular question type, e.
We will continue working with you on building your Vocabulary. On the last day of the second week you will take an extended full Listening section test: Week 3 During the third week we will work with you on improving your Speaking skills.
We will keep the same structure as in the previous two weeks and each day during the practice section we will give you the opportunity to respond to either 20 independent or 10 integrated questions. We will provide you with a sample response to each of the questions, which you can then compare with your own response.
We will continue providing you with a list of "TOEFL words" with their explanations and synonyms and also will continue providing you with tips that will be very helpful on the test day. On the last day of the third week you will take a full Speaking section test, which will consist of 2 independent and 4 integrated questions.
Your answers will be evaluated by our teachers and you will receive your score and detailed feedback within 72 hours of taking the test. Week 4 During the last week we will work with you on the Writing section. As in the previous weeks we will start with a brief explanation of the integrated and independent essays.
You will see example essays which are scored 5, 4, and 3, and the corresponding feedback from our teachers.Expository writing is used to convey information. It is the language of learning and understanding the world around us. If you've ever read an encyclopedia entry, a how-to article on a website, or a chapter in a textbook, then you've encountered a few examples of expository writing.
The lists of TOEFL Independent Writing topics below can help you gain a better understanding of the type of essay you could be asked to write on your exam. Rather than give you one long confusing list of topics, the essay topics have been divided into five categories.
This is not an exhaustive list, but only a representative sample of essay topics. Test of English as a Foreign Language® (TOEFL / ˈ t oʊ f əl / TOH-fəl) 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 is one of the two major English-language tests in the world, the other being the IELTS. This is another question that I'm often asked. The "best" book depends on your individual circumstances and what you are looking for. Here's a few suggestions (updated August 6, ): The Best Textbooks for Most Students 1.
The Official Guide to the TOEFL (4th Edition) is . This updated manual prepares students to succeed on the TOEFL's Independent Task, the all-important essay question, and on the Integrated Task, which combines reading, listening, and writing skills.
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