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In the Department of Arts and Humanities

Community Language Program

Teachers College, Columbia University

On-site TOEFL Preparation Course

30 hours: $ 325.00

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The TOEFL Preparation class is designed for students who want to prepare for or improve their scores on the iBT TOEFL test. The course focuses on skills and test-taking strategies for all sections of the test, including both the independent and the integrated tasks. Strategies include reading and listening for main ideas, facts, and inference as well as note-taking, planning, organizing, and delivering spoken and written responses. 
  
 
 

Online TOEFL Preparation Course

20 hours: $275.00

 

Online TOEFL Reading Preparation

The Online TOEFL Reading Preparation class is designed for students who want to improve their scores on the iBT TOEFL Reading section. This course focuses on skills and test-taking strategies such as reading for main ideas and details, making inferences, and summarizing. This course will give students the opportunity to plan their study time around their work or school schedules. Students who need more practice with the TOEFL reading section will have a chance to read and understand academic text in depth. The instructor’s instructions and explanations will help students prepare for the test more effectively and strategically. This course can be taken in conjunction with the on-site class.

 

Online TOEFL Listening Preparation

The Online TOEFL Listening Preparation class is designed for students who want to prepare for or improve their scores on the iBT TOEFL Listening section. The course focuses on skills and test-taking strategies for notetaking, listening for main ideas and details, making inferences, understanding speakers’ intents. This class is ideal for students who need more practice with the listening section, want to improve academic listening, familiarize themselves with topics related to universities, and most importantly score higher on the listening section. This course can be taken in conjunction with the on-site class.

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