You can start your journey towards obtaining a degree from top-notch universities in the world or immigration, suprisingly, however, there is no age limit or minimum qualification.
TOFEL is made available world-wide to all persons, regardless of age, gender, nationality or religion, but it is not recommended to the person under 16 years of age.
- A solid foundation in English Grammar and Diction.Proficient use of communication skills; both verbal and written, to substantiate lexical resource, Coherence and Cohesion.
TOEFL – or Test of English as a Foreign language – is a standardized test for non-native speakers who wish to be enrolled in English-speaking (foreign) universities. It measures the English-language ability and somehow part of the requirement before you get admitted to academic/professional institutions.
WHAT IF YOU HAVE A DEGREE
You can join us by any means, irregardless of a degree or qualification. Moreover, the standard of education in your respective country does not hold a sway over your registration in the TOFEL exam.
Infact, a degree from a fine university or the use of English in the curriculum could give you an edge over other students from moderately recognised institutions.
WHAT IF YOU DON’T HAVE THE QUALIFICATION OR ENGLISH PROFICIENCY WE ASK FOR
You can still be a part of our training program, however, you’ll start your journey at our TOFEL FOUNDATION COURSE where you’ll be taught in consonance with the beginner’s or intermediate appproach from the trainer, then, subsequently, you will be transferred to our TOFEL training program.
In terms of Speaking:
Students will be able to maintain a conversation with another student and/or interlocutor within the following functions:
Turn taking, expressing clearly their points of view, ideas or feelings naturally.
Evaluating advantages and disadvantages, giving opinions with relevant explanations, and practicing in reaching a decision.
Giving clear, detailed descriptions about personal information and on a wide range of subjects related to their fields of interest.
Students will be able to speak:
Using connected speech, reduced forms and natural intonation to have generally clear, natural pronunciation of most utterances.
Employing a wide range of mostly accurately used grammatical structures, words and expressions, with little cause for misunderstanding.
Producing stretches of language at a fairly even tempo.
In terms of Listening:
Students will be able to identify the main ideas and some key details of simple and complex speech on concrete and abstract topics. Students will be able to comprehend in detail what is said in standard spoken language, for example in a conversation and announcements.
Students will be able to listen to four short conversations and identify details pertaining to the relationship between speakers, the gist of speaker’s opinion, and the main topic of am announcement.
In terms of Reading:
Students will be able to read articles and short stories written in a straightforward language and style, including those which express specific points of view and abstract ideas, and will be able to infer meaning of words from context, grasp the main idea and key details.
Students will be able to read a page-long article from an authentic source and
Read sentences about the article and decide if they are true or false
Read questions and choose correct answers based on key details, main ideas, and inference of meaning of words, phrases and author’s intention
In terms of Writing:
Student will be able to write organized informal letters, essays, and descriptions with a range of mostly accurate grammar and vocabulary and accomplish the following functions through writing: asking for information; expressing news, views and feelings; inviting; and making suggestions; stating opinion in support of or against a particular point of view; explaining the advantages and disadvantages; describing people and things, including giving impressions, and offering advice. Furthermore, learners will be able to write with a range of upper-intermediate grammar structures used correctly; a range of upper-intermediate vocabulary and functional language used correctly; evidence of flowing text and use of cohesive devices; and appropriate organization and task fulfillment.
In terms of Vocabulary and Grammar
Students will be able to use a wide range of intermediate-upper-intermediate grammatical structures appropriately and accurately in written and spoken English.
Students will be able to use a sufficient range of vocabulary to vary formulation and avoid repetition when expressing themselves in speaking and writing. Learners will be able to use vocabulary connected to their field and on most general topics including everyday life such as family, hobbies and interests, work, travel, and current events, as well as, link what they say or write into a well-organized text. Students will have extended their vocabulary and be able to use phrasal verbs, expressions, idioms, collocations, addition of pre-fixes and suffixes, and linking words.
Combining All 4 Skills: Reading, Listening, Speaking, and Writing.
During the test, you are asked to perform tasks that combine your English communication skills, such as:
- Read, listen and then speak in response to a question
- Listen and then speak in response to a question
- Read, listen and then write in response to a question
- Mock exams of individual modules
- Surprise tests and Quick Quizzes
- Demo practice sessions and drills
- Grand Mock Exam (all modules) with band designation
- Revision classes for under-performers