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This course aims to develop fundamental reading, writing, listening, and speaking techniques and strategies to develop TOEFL test-taking confidence and ability, and to achieve the requisite scores to apply to universities. Students will become familiar with the content and structure of all sections of the TOEFL test and key test-taking strategies for each task that appears on the test will be introduced. Students will be given opportunities to apply and strengthen these strategies through practice exercises made to simulate the TOEFL test.

iBT TOEFL Prep Course (I-20)
* Part time available for non F1 students

 

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

10:00AM
2:30PM

TOEFL

TOEFL

TOEFL

TOEFL

2:30PM
7:00PM

TOEFL

TOEFL

TOEFL

TOEFL


iBT TOEFL Prep Weekend Course (I-20)

 

Friday

Saturday

Sunday

10:00AM
4:00PM

TOEFL

TOEFL

TOEFL

iBT TOEFL Prep Tuition
Period

12 weeks

24 weeks

Tuition

$1,440

$2,880


Standard Fees
Registration I-20 Processing Fee

Mailing Fee

SEVIS Fee

$100

$100

actual cost

$200 (initial/optional)


  Description

READING

-To familiarize students with the content and structure of the reading section
-To familiarize students with the question types that appear in the reading section
-To develop students’ ability to read for information
-To develop students’ ability to perceive the organization and structure of a written text
-To build academic vocabulary

WRITING

-To familiarize students with the types of writing tasks included in the writing section
-To introduce students to elements of the basic anatomy of an essay with introductions,  body paragraphs, and conclusions
-To develop students' ability to make persuasive arguments using a thesis statement  and supporting arguments
-To develop students' ability to present and compare information and ideas from  outside sources
-To familiarize students with rhetorical devices commonly used in academic writing

LISTENING

-To familiarize students with the content and structure of the listening section
-To familiarize students with the question types that appear in the reading section
-To introduce note-taking strategies to aid listening comprehension
-To develop students' ability to listen for information
-To develop students' ability to perceive the organization and structure of a lecture
-To develop students' ability to follow the arc of conversations
-To build academic vocabulary

SPEAKING

-To familiarize students with the question types that appear in the speaking section
-To develop students' capacity to verbally articulate their ideas
-To develop students' capacity to verbally give information
-To introduce techniques for structuring coherent and unified verbal responses
-To introduce techniques for planning an appropriate response to a given task or prompt

*All courses may not be offered all semesters depending on enrollment. For a complete list of courses currently in session, please contact the school directly. (1-212-268-6262)

 


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