Whether you want to prepare for your first TOEFL iBT or improve your current scores, Colorado School of English is the right place to begin and succeed.
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4 to 24 weeks
A high score on the TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) is an essential step in being admitted to graduate or undergraduate programs at most U.S. colleges and universities. At CSE we use the latest technology to help students polish the language skills needed for the exam and generally make them smarter test-takers
TOEFL preparation is a component of our Intensive English Program and is designed to help students review grammar, build vocabulary, and develop reading, listening, and speaking skills. Students also do practice TOEFL tests.
After each academic reading passage (out of 3–5), questions are posed about content, intent of the author, and ideas inferred from the passage. Questions require paraphrasing, filling out tables, or completing summaries. Generally, prior knowledge of the subject under discussion is not necessary to come to the correct answer, though a prior knowledge may help.
Questions refer to the content and intent of the phrases, as well as to the speakers' attitude and meaning, either in short conversations or in lectures.
Questions relate to personal experiences or preferences, and test-takers are asked to read a passage and/or listen to short conversations and lectures and then respond in writing or speaking. Test-takers are expected to convey information, explain ideas, and defend opinions clearly, coherently, and accurately.
One task requires test-takers to defend a position relative to a specified general topic. In the other task, a reading passage and a lecture are presented, and the test-taker must answer a question relating the main points of both the passage and the lecture.
Full time or part time students who test in intermediate 3 or higher may substitute any class with the TOEFL prep class.
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