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The next exciting chapter in your life is just around the corner. Whether you are planning to study abroad, enter an Erasmus programme, apply for a master’s course or need to demonstrate your English level for work opportunities in the USA, you first have to ace the TOEFL iBT test

Unlike other English language exams, you do not pass or fail the TOEFL iBT test, you receive a score which determines your level.  The test is based on texts, lectures and conversations on a variety of academic subjects and university scenarios.  Mixing skill sets you will be required to read, listen and speak or write, all in one task in an unfamiliar computer format. Speaking to a computer, rather than a face to face examiner, is unnatural and stressful; performing to your best needs planning and practice.

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The test contains 4 sections – reading, listening, speaking and writing. You receive a score for each section and your level is calculated according to the total number of points you get.  This is how the TOEFL scores compare with the CEFR (Common European Framework of Reference for Languages):


Depending on the course, programme or University you have chosen, you will be asked to achieve a certain score, usually ranging from 70 to 110 out of 120, in order for your application to be processed.  

Increase your score with TOEFL PLUS

  • Strategy

    Know the format of the exam and understand the types of questions. Learn strategies and techniques to carry out the exam tasks with ease

  • Language

    Display a variety of grammar structures correctly and use relevant vocabulary on a number of subjects

  • Timing

    Practice and perfect your technique and ensure you are able to complete the test in the specified time.

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Six one-to-one classes to guide you through every section of the test. Get tips and advice from a TOEFL expert. Understand your strengths and improve your weaknesses with personalised feedback.

Each section contains ...

  • Complete Section Overview

  • Tutorials & Expert Guidance

  • Exam Strategies & Techniques

  • Practice Activities

  • Group Discussions

  • Personalised Feedback & Correction

The Reading Section

The reading section is divided into 3 – 4 passages on academic subjects consisting of history & literature, science and social-science based topics. Each passage has between 12 -14 questions and you need to complete each set of questions in approximately 20 minutes.

The skills you will need ….

The first step is to familiarize yourself with the full range of questions types you will face and understand how to identify the key words in the questions that will lead you to the answers. You need to know how to read with purpose; this is the ability to speed read, scanning the text to identify key information quickly and find the correct answer through a process of elimination.  

The Listening Section

The listening section consists of a group of 3 listening tasks; a conversation, lecture and class participation which test your ability to comprehend campus scenarios and academic subjects. Each task consists of 5-6 questions, a total of 15 -18 questions and you will have about 30 minutes to complete them. You may be required to complete 2 or 3 groups of listening tasks giving a total of 60 or 90 minutes.

The skills you will need ….

Your ability to take clear, structured and concise notes is essential to completing the tasks. You must understand the types of questions you will be asked and know how to identify key words and intonations within the questions. Applying a system to accurately extract key information and using templates to record the speaker’s information is key to finding the correct answers.

The Speaking Section

The speaking section is divided into 6 questions, each with specific tasks for you to complete. You will be required to answer general questions, comment on conversations and relay information from academic lectures. Your score will be based on the accuracy of the content described, and fluency of the language used. You will be given preparation time for each question and the section will last approximately 20 minutes.

The skills you will need ….

You need to understand the variety of question types of you will face and learn the relevant grammar structures and vocabulary to use. Plan and organize your ideas, follow note-taking templates to structure clear answers and maximize your preparation time. Practice extensively to help overcome nerves and familiarize yourself with the exam format. 

The Writing Section

The writing section consists of 2 parts, each testing your ability to write an essay. Part 1 is an integrated essay that requires you to read an academic passage then listen to a lecturer commenting on the subject. You are expected to write 150 - 225 words and have 20 minutes to complete the task. Part 2 is an independent essay question on a familiar topic. You should write approximately 300 words and have 30 minutes to write your essay.

The skills you will need ….

You need to understand the different writing types for part 1 and choose the appropriate style to present the information. Take clear, structured and concise notes and use a core set of linking phrases to contrast the ideas presented in the reading texts and listening lecture. Familiarizing yourself with all the essay part 2 topics is essential and preparation of 4 main ideas for each question is key. Follow a clear template to plan and write a well-structured, error-free essay complete with strong vocabulary in the style expected.