The TOEIC Exam Preparation Course aims to prepare students for the Test for International Communication, a test given in many countries around the world.

In the TOEIC course, the students will:

  • Become familiar with the form and content of the TOEIC test.
  • Improve their language skills in the areas covered in the test.
  • Learn test-taking strategies that will help increase the test score.

The following offers a more detailed description of each level of the TOEIC preparation course:

Junior TOEIC

Junior TOEIC is for students with little or no experience with TOEIC test.

In this level, the students will:

  • Become more familiar with the format of the TOEIC exam.
  • Learn what kinds of questions regularly appear on the exams.
  • Become more comfortable and confident about taking the exam.

Intermediate TOEIC

The intermediate TOEIC course is for students who would like to achieve a score of 400-600 in the TOEIC test.

In this level, the students will:

  • Improve their proficiency in the areas tested on the exam, listening, grammar, and reading.
  • Practice answering questions for each of these areas (listening, grammar and reading) in every class.
  • Regularly take practice TOEIC tests.
  • Learn what kinds of mistakes students often make on the exams and how to avoid those mistakes.
  • Learn how to use their time efficiently and effectively.

Advanced TOEIC

The advanced TOEIC course is intended for students who are familiar with the TOEIC exam and wish to improve their test score to at least 600-700 points.

In this level, the students will:

  • Refine their knowledge about what kinds of questions regularly appear on the exams.
  • Improve their proficiency in the areas tested on the exam: listening, grammar and reading.
  • Regularly practice answering questions for each of the areas (listening, grammar and reading)
  • Regularly take practice TOEIC tests.
  • Review the kinds of mistakes students commonly make on the exams and how to avoid those mistakes.
  • Improve the ability to use their time efficiently and effectively.

Upon completion of each of these courses, the students would be able to:

  • Develop strategies that will help the student to activate existing language knowledge and connect it with new information.
  • Develop strategies to help the student identify problems related to  structure
  • Develop reading strategies such as skimming and scanning
  • Develop listening strategies such as listening for key words, making inferences, and identifying main ideas
  • Develop critical thinking skills
  • Become more comfortable with assessing one’s progress
  • Develop taking test strategies that will:
  • Help the student pace themselves while completing different tasks in a test
  • Develop the student’s decoding skills in understanding what tests are asking
  • Develop strategies that will help the student make connections between what they have learned in class and their experiences in the English-speaking world outside the class.