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Admissions tests and preparation

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TOEFL Preparation Course (English as a Foreign Language Test)

Harvest English Institute
Campus Full time Open Enrollment USA Newark

Thinking of studying at a college or university in the United States? Taking the TOEFL® is a necessary step for any non-US educated student who wants to study in North America. [+]

Course Studies in Admissions tests and preparation in New Jersey in USA. TOEFL Preparation Thinking of studying at a college or university in the United States? Taking the TOEFL® is a necessary step for any non-US educated student who wants to study in North America. It is also increasingly required from other educational institutions throughout the world, as well as a desired or mandatory job qualification. TOEFL® is an abbreviation for Test of English as a Foreign Language. It measures your ability to communicate in English in colleges and universities and is accepted by 7,000+ destinations in more than 130 countries. It is the most widely accepted English-language test in the world. In the TOEF®L exam, the four language skills, which are effective for communication, are tested. These are reading, listening, speaking, and writing. TOEFL® exists in two versions; the internet based (iBT) and paper based. These days, most of the TOEFL® centers use the internet based one. The test is convenient because you can take it from any of the centers and it only requires a couple of hours to complete. We will provide you with a very comprehensive study focused on techniques and strategies on how to master the components required by the test, such as reading comprehension, listening, and writing. The TOEFL iBT® Preparation course has been set up to be taken by the students who have already completed our general advanced level 6 or as a private course. It prepares students to achieve competitive scores on the TOEFL iBT® by focusing on test-taking strategies. Special emphasis is placed on the independent and integrated tasks of the TOEFL®, including reading, listening, writing, and speaking. Students gain confidence and improve their skills through practice questions and diagnostic tests. TOEFL® Skills and Learning Outcomes WRITING SKILL Take notes effectively and efficiently; Connect sentences and paragraphs using introductory, body and concluding paragraphs; Support and develop an argument using reasons, examples and details; Write complexly using subordinating grammar structures; Use appropriate conventions for spelling and punctuation; Summarise contents from an academic reading and an academic listening into a multi-paragraph essay format. SPEAKING SKILL Organize spoken discourse using a variety of lexical frames for argumentation and description; Speak clearly, fluently and accurately using complex grammar and academic vocabulary; Summarise a conversation or lecture using notes; Summarise a short academic reading using notes; Summarise and informal campus conversation using notes. LISTENING SKILL Infer a speaker’s attitude by interpreting their intonation and idiomatic language; Determine the function of what a speaker has said by analysing their lexical choices and considering context; Determine the relationship between elements in a lecture; Recognize the topic and mais idea of an academic lecture or conversation about academic life; Recognize and locate details within an academic lecture. READING SKILL Understand vocabulary from context and also recognize referents; Simplify meanings of sentences by inserting sentences into the passages; Find factual information and also understand negative facts; Make inferences from stated facts and infer rhetorical purpose; Select summary information by completing schematic tables. Duration of each skill = 4 terms (192 hours) 1 term = 4 weeks Placement Test Upon arrival, students will take a Placement Test (written and oral) to assess their knowledge of the English language. It will take approximately 60 minutes and students will be placed into the class level based on the results of their placement test. The TOEFL iBT® Preparation course can be taken by the students who have already completed our general advanced level 6 or as a private course. Orientation Session After taking the Placement Test, students participate in an Orientation Session, in which they are given all student-related materials, including their course schedule. After this session, they are presented to the class, classmates, and teacher. [-]

English as a Second Language

Felician University
Campus Full time Part time 9 - 12 months September 2017 USA Rutherford + 1 more

Felician University’s English as a Second Language (ESL) Program is a comprehensive ESL program with year-round intensive language instruction and cultural immersion. Our program prepares you to enroll in a degree program, enter a competitive job market, or simply improve your listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills. [+]

Felician University’s English as a Second Language (ESL) Program is a comprehensive ESL program with year-round intensive language instruction and cultural immersion. Our program prepares you to enroll in a degree program, enter a competitive job market, or simply improve your listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills. In our ESL Program, full-time students study for 23 hours a week and must enroll for a minimum of four weeks. Classes are kept to an average of 10 students to ensure students receive a lot of personal attention. In addition to classroom learning, our University campus provides a total immersion experience – ESL students interact with American students, live in the residence halls, participate in clubs, sports, campus activities and explore New York City. We also offer short-term camps and programs. ESL Programs Intensive English Program In this year-round and intensive program, you are challenged to progress quickly by studying 23 hours a week. The Intensive English Program offers four, 16-week levels from beginner to advanced. Non F-1 students may also choose to study our Intensive English as a Second Language Program part time, if your schedule does not permit the full course of study. Program Highlights 23 hours of English instruction per week Small class size Classes in reading, writing, conversation and grammar Elective classes such as U.S. culture, cilm, vocabulary, and pronunciation Four levels of instruction; 16 weeks per level TOEFL preparation Placement exam upon arrival Cultural activities including trips to New York City and Philadelphia Customizable programs Scholarships for undergraduate study ESL Academic Bridge Program On campus housing with other American and international students Part-Time Intensive English Program Non F-1 students have the option to study in our ESL program on a part-time schedule. Part-time students can choose to study between one to three English core courses and/or three hours of elective courses at their appropriate English level. Customized Programs Schools and universities can work with the Office of International Programs to design customized programs for groups of students. Past programs have been designed to meet the needs of students with a variety of goals by combining English instruction, university-level content classes and cultural activities. Contact the Office of International Programs for more information. The English as a Second Language Academic Bridge Program Successful completion of the ESL program (including passing an internally administered proficiency test) will allow you to enter a Felician University degree program without taking the TOEFL or IELTS. Students who have not taken the TOEFL/IELTS or with low scores may be admitted to a degree program with this conditionally admitted status. Scholarships for University The ESL Alumni Scholarship is awarded to outstanding students who complete all four levels of the ESL Program and would like to enroll in an undergraduate program at Felician University. Students who qualify may receive a minimum of $5,000 to put toward Felician University tuition and fees for any of our undergraduate programs. Programs include nursing, education, communications, English, criminal justice, computer science, biology and many more. [-]