TOEFL preparation courses in Boston

At the English Language school in Boston, we offer a TOEFL test-preparation programs that helps you to to bridge the gap between general English language knowledge and recognized acceptance of your abilities by potential secondary schools and employers.

Our preparation class is designed specifically for non-native English speakers and offers you a comfortable and challenging study environment. This unique program focuses on the learning and test-taking strategies that you need to score well on the TOEFL exam.

TOEFL test-preparation classes at the Language school in Boston can be your first step toward future study or employment in the United States!

The New iBT TOEFL Test

The test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) is a standardized test that measures the English proficiency of students who wish to enter college, university, and/or the workplace in English-speaking academic/professional settings. The new iBT (internet-based test) TOEFL exam, also known as The Next Generation TOEFL Test, has four sections covering the language skills of reading, listening, speaking, and writing. The test is about 3.5 - 4 hours long, with one 10 minute break after the listening section. In the reading section, students read three passages about some academic / university topic and answer (13-14 questions per reading passage) questions about them.

In the listening section, students listen to two conversations and four lectures and answer questions about them. In the speaking section, students speak in response to two questions about their own experience (give an opinion) and four questions about texts that they listen to or read during the test. In the writing section, students write in response to two questions. One question is about a reading and a lecture, and the other question is about a general topic (give an opinion).

Language school in Boston and the iBT TOEFL Test

English Language school in Boston offers a two-month TOEFL preparation course. The first month is more theoretical in nature, because it describes and breaks down the four sections of the test, what type of questions the student can expect in each section. In month-1 we also work on academic skills such as, listening comprehension and note-taking, summarizing and paraphrasing. The second month (month-2) is more practical in nature, focusing more on the text that we use, coming into class ready to practice, discuss, critique, and form constructive criticism(s). You can choose between one or the two months options.


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