The TOEIC® (Test of English for International Communication) has been used for more than 30 years.
As one of the most common English exams for non-native speakers, the TOEIC is taken about 6 million times a year and is used by more than 10,000 institutions around the world, including government agencies, corporations,and academic programs for employment screening and other career-development decisions.
The TOEIC and the TOEFL® are both created and administered by ETS. While the TOEFL has a more academic focus, the TOEIC is focused more on international English used in the workplace and community situations. The purpose of the LearningU Prep Program is to help ESL students learn the strategies and skills that will enable them to get a higher score on the exam. This course is designed to be self-led, without a teacher or class, so that students can take it on their own time. It could also be used as the “textbook” for a teacher-led course as part of the curriculum at a school.
Upon completing this course, students will be able to:
1. Understand the format and organization of the TOEIC.
2. Identify the most effective strategies to use in each part of the TOEIC.
3. Identify common wrong answer traps found in each part of the TOEIC.
4. Monitor and use their time effectively in the Reading section (Parts V, VI, and VII).
Recognize specific types of questions
Identify common answer traps
Learn note taking strategies
Use templates to organize effective responses
Learn effective time management skills
"The course was excellent and I really learned some strategies for the TOEFL exam. I will recommend this course to my friends!"− Prep Program Student
"I love the program, It's fun, the lessons are short so I don't get bored or lose interest on them."− Araceli S., Student
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The Program at a Glance
Lessons: The lessons in this course are taught through multimedia presentations,which include lectures, activities, and realistic sample test questions designed to help students learn how to think about the questions in each part of the test and learn to avoid common answer traps.
Practice Tests: Realistic practice tests (purchased separately) include the same number and types of question offered in the actual exam. They include samples of speakers from English countries around the world, so students get practice listening to the same types of accents they’ll encounter on the actual test,including British, Australian, and American accents.
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