TOEFL exam preparation: Description
Intensive test training for the Internet-based "Test of English as a Foreign Language" (TOEFL); thorough practice of the various test parts and useful tips from the TOEFL practice prevent surprises on the day of the test
The test training prepares participants from the B2 level of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages ideally for the TOEFL test.
Anyone who wants to make the most of their language skills in the TOEFL test can gain an insight here in advance. Both the contents and the handling of the internet-based TOEFL are trained.
- Solution of typical examination tasks for the subskills reading comprehension, listening comprehension, writing, speaking
- special emphasis on the test parts free speaking and writing
- Homework correction (Essays!)
- individual error diagnosis
- Learning tips and examination strategies
- Support with the online registration for the TOEFL
- Language of instruction is English
- On average, 2 to 3 TOEFL test sessions are held in Düsseldorf every month.
- You can book your TOEFL directly withETS
- We recommend our crash courses to participants with B1 knowledge of English.
Intermediate / Advanced level (B2 to C1)
Native speakers specialized and experienced in TOEFL.
24 lessons of 45 minutes each
The course will work with this textbook: "The Official Guide to the TOEFL Test" 5th Edition of ETS Not included in the course price. Can be borrowed from many university or city libraries. Online order at Amazon
Suitable examination dates in Düsseldorf can be booked independently via www.toefl.org.
Important: The TOEFL is produced and evaluated completely independently of the exam preparation at IIK, via ETS, USA (http://www.toefl.org). The IIK – the largest TOEFL centre in Germany with approx. 2000 candidates per year - is responsible for the correct examination procedure and facilitates the registration and payment formalities for its course participants. However, the respective examination papers are not handed over to the test centres until the day of the examination.
Registration is possible until the maximum number of participants has been reached or until the first day of the course, afterwards on request.
High school graduates, students and working people.
Weekend courses (classroom courses in Düsseldorf) have the following course times:
Fridays 18 – 20:15
Saturdays 10:30 – 17
Online courses have the following course times:
Tuesdays 14 – 16:15
Thursdays 14 – 16:15