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TOEFL Test Prep

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Comprehensive Preparation

The TOEFL iBT® test measures the English language skills important for effective communication in an academic setting. The test uses integrated tasks that require test takers to combine skills just as they would in a real academic setting. The entire test is about four hours long, and all sections are taken on the same day. Among others, the tests measures:

ielts SearchRead, listen and then speak in response to a question

ielts ClockListen and then speak in response to a question

ielts ChatRead, listen and then write in response to a question

ielts ListThe test is scored out of 120 points

WorldTOEFL is usually taken for college admission purposes

Metamindz TOEFL Test Prep Programs

Group Program

Duration:

  • 8 weeks
  • 30 hours
  • includes real exam practice with 3 original TOEFL tests

Fees:

  • Group (3-5): AED 3000
  • Group (6+): AED 2400

1-on-1 Full Program

 We will custom design a program around your individual needs and schedule.

Duration:

  • 8 weeks
  • 30 hours
  • includes real exam practice with 3 original TOEFL tests

Fees:

  • 1-on-1: AED 4500

1 Month Crash Program

Have only a month? No worries, we can custom design a program to get you ready in a month

2-Week Month Crash Program

Perhaps you need a refresh or do not need a full program. We can help you even with just 2 weeks to go before the test

Limited Subjects Program

Do not need the full program but need help with one or more modules? We can help you improve in specific modules also.

Metamindz TOEFL Program Coverage

LISTENING

The Listening section measures your ability to understand spoken English. Our program will prepare you for the test by focusing on:

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  • Comprehend the main idea, major points and important details related to the main idea.

Listening for Pragmatic Understanding

  • Recognize a speaker’s attitude and degree of certainty.
  • Recognize a speaker’s function or purpose.

Connecting and Synthesizing Information

  • Recognize the organization of information presented.
  • Understand the relationships between ideas presented (for example: compare/contrast, cause/effect or steps in a process).
  • Make inferences and draw conclusions based on what is implied in the material.
  • Make connections among pieces of information in a conversation or lecture.
  • Recognize topic changes in lectures and conversations, and recognize introductions and conclusions in lectures.

SPEAKING

The Speaking section measures your abilities in delivery, language usage and topic development in spoken English. Our program will prepare you for the test by focusing on:

  • Delivery: How clear and fluid your speech is, including good pronunciation, natural pacing and natural-sounding intonation patterns.Responding to personal questions.
  • Language Use: How effectively you use grammar and vocabulary to convey your ideas. Becoming more fluent.
  • Topic Development: How fully you answer the question and how coherently you present your ideas. Good responses generally use all or most of the time allotted, and the relationship between ideas and the progression from one idea to the next is clear and easy to follow.

READING

The Reading section measures your ability to understand university-level academic texts and passages. Our program will prepare you for the test by focusing on:

Reading to Find Information

  • Effectively scanning text for key facts and important information.
  • Increasing reading fluency and rate.

Basic Comprehension

  • Understanding the general topic or main idea, major points, important facts and details, vocabulary in context, and pronoun usage.
  • Making inferences about what is implied in a passage.

Reading to Learn

  • Recognizing the organization and purpose of a passage.
  • Understanding relationships between ideas.
  • Organizing information into a category chart or a summary in order to recall major points and important details.
  • Inferring how ideas connect throughout the passage

WRITING

The Writing section measures your ability to write in English in an academic setting. Our program will prepare you for the test by focusing on:

Quality of writing

  • Organization, appropriate and precise use of grammar, and vocabulary
  • Completeness and accuracy of your written content.

Basic Comprehension

  • Understanding the general topic or main idea, major points, important facts and details, vocabulary in context, and pronoun usage.
  • Making inferences about what is implied in a passage.

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