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The TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) course provides comprehensive preparation for non-native English speakers, focusing on language proficiency in reading, listening, speaking, and writing skills. Designed to assess and enhance English language proficiency, the course equips students with the necessary skills to excel in academic and professional settings.

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The Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL), Internet-based Test (iBT) is the most accepted English-language aptitude exam. It is a standardized test designed to measure the English-language ability of non-native speakers.

  • Reading
  • Listening
  • Speaking
  • Writing

The TOEFL prep course of Growing Stars covers all the four areas needed to take the TOEFL test. The sessions are designed to help the students develop their vocabulary, writing, listening, and speaking abilities.

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The tutors of Growing Stars assess how well our students master their writing, speaking, reading and listening skills to succeed at academic tasks. Our professional online tutors of TOEFL expose our students to different types of passages, essays, and other writings (including both integrated and independent essays). Audio clips are also provided. The course also gives tips, strategies, practice worksheets and assessments.

The TOEFL test is a common test taken by non-native English speakers for entrance into colleges and universities around the world. Our one-on-one tutors can help students of any ability and age to improve their study skills and do well on the TOEFL.

The TOEFL is also known as the Test of English as a Foreign Language. It is a standardized test that is taken by non-native speakers as a way to demonstrate how well they speak the language. The most common reasons that people take the test are to gain admission to an English-speaking university or emigrate to an English-speaking country. It is commonly used in countries such as the United States and the United Kingdom.

While the TOEFL is not the only test assessing people’s performance in English, it is considered the most popular. Some of the statistics that accompany this test include the fact that 80% of Canadian graduate schools prefer scores on the TOEFL over other English language tests, and roughly 90% of United States universities prefer the test. French and German universities also prefer the TOEFL test, and they receive more scores for this test than another other English language tests.

Studying TOEFL

The TOEFL Reading section is made up of roughly 40 to 60 reading comprehension questions that are based on reading passages that have been pulled from undergraduate level texts. While you do not need to have any prior knowledge of the material to answer the questions, you will need a good grasp on the English language. You may need to draw conclusions from the information you have read or identify vocabulary. You may also need to identify the rhetorical purpose of the passage or fill in a table based on the information that you have read. For this portion of the test, you will have between 60 and 80 minutes on the test.

TOEFL tutors may emphasize a variety of test-taking techniques for this portion of the test, such as reading over the questions before you start reading the passage so that you know what information you need to focus on while you are reading. You may also learn active reading techniques, such as taking notes to engage with the material, which you can refer to when you answer the questions instead of having to re-read the passage.

The TOEFL Listening section draws its inspiration from a college setting, with classroom discussions and lectures. There are about 30 to 50 questions on this section of the test, which you have 60 to 90 minutes to work on. Potential questions include identifying the main idea and the speaker’s purpose. It is important to note that some of the passages may have non-American accents, so you need to be familiar with other dialects.

TOEFL tutors are great to work with for the listening section because they can help you immerse yourself in the language. If they speak too quickly, they can always repeat themselves or talk more slowly to help you pick up on details. Another potential suggestion from your tutor may be to watch different online videos, such as through YouTube to help you gain more familiarity with the English language. This has an added advantage of helping you stay engaged because you can listen to videos that you have an interest in.

In the TOEFL Speaking section, there are three categories. You may be asked questions on topics that are familiar to you, such as locations in your hometown. During your TOEFL preparation, your tutor can work with you on these types of conversations, giving you practice and helping produce a spontaneous and coherent answer. The remaining tasks are considered integrated tasks and require you to incorporate information that you have heard or read into your responses. You will want to practice by having conversations in English about topics that you have covered to give you experience producing answers. The TOEFL Speaking section lasts for only 20 minutes, and your responses are graded anonymously by at least three separate people.

You do not have to worry about bias being a factor in your score because you are being graded by anonymous graders. When you work with a tutor on this section of the test, they are generally able to coach you through answering the questions. The TOEFL Writing section is typically the most challenging of the test. During your 50 minutes of testing, you have to write two essays, one of which is independent of anything else, where you support an opinion in your essay.

With the integrated task, you listen to a passage and relate it to another passage that you have to read, writing about their connections. Because writing on the TOEFL can be challenging, it is important that you practice how to outline an essay with your tutor. The organization of your essay is one of the factors being graded, and your tutor can work with you on how to structure your statements. Part of your TOEFL test preparation will likely involve memorizing keywords and spelling rules, such as “i before e except after c.” Your tutor may work with you to develop flashcards that can be used to quiz yourself on this information.