What is the TOEFL?
Test of English as A Foreign Language (TOEFL) is a standardized test to measure the English language ability of non-native speakers wishing to enroll in English-speaking universities.
Most American universities or research institutes require foreign students to submit TOEFL test results at the time of application. There are more than 20 million people have participated in the TOEFL test since 1964. The past TOEFL is a pen and paper test, and later changed to a computer test called Internet Based Test (iBT). Students need to pay in order to participate in this examination. In addition, some institutions such as government, licenses, business organizations, or scholarship programs may require TOEFL. The TOEFL score is valid for two years and will no longer be recognized thereafter.
TOEFL Test format
TOEFL takes around 3.5 to 5 hour. The total score is 120 points, the four parts each account for 30 points.
TOEFL Preparation Course
We provide 1-to-1 private lessons for TOEFL. Please contact us at 2980 2306 for more information.
Honours B.A in International Studies
University of Toronto, Canada
Justin graduated from University of Toronto with an Honours B.A in International Studies. After graduation, he taught English at ChungDahm Institute, one of South Korea’s leading test preparation centres, eventually becoming Head Instructor managing over 700 students and 30 teachers per semester. He then moved to Hong Kong in 2013 to set up his own private practice where he specializes in teaching HKDSE, IELTS and TOEFL as well as providing corporate business English services to both locals and expats. Justin noticed students in Asia often have the pre-requisite foundation to perform well, but lacked the confidence to perform well in exams. Hence, he breaks down each test component into manageable chunks and coaches students to approach each question in a systematic and effective way. This allows the students to fully understand the test content and improve their scores.