TOEIC Preparation Full Course
You need to be proficient in English in the global workplace more than ever these days. You must possess strong communication skills. You must have faith in your English-language proficiency. You also require a certificate in English that accurately reflects your abilities. If you’re applying for a new job or a promotion, you must be able to prove beyond a shadow of a doubt that you are capable of handling the English-language portion of the position.
The TOEIC comes into play here. Over 60 nations use the TOEIC, or Test of English for International Communication. It is well-known throughout the world. It is a reputable and well-known qualification. Possessing the TOEIC may increase your employment options. It will be extremely helpful if your resume or CV has the TOEIC.
The course is accessible round-the-clock. No lecture lasts more than ten minutes, so you may study while you’re sitting in traffic, getting coffee, or taking a break at work. The course will advance you if you use it frequently but gradually.
Each of the TOEIC test components (all 7 parts of the L&R) is covered in detail in this course. It lists the abilities required for each component and there are multiple tests to assess each part. It uses the same terminology and grammatical constructions from the TOEIC examination to explain and practice those skills in the context of the exam.
By the end of the course, you will feel much more confident about your English and much more confident about taking TOEIC.
Who this course is for:
- You should already be an intermediate level English learner.
- You probably have already taken the TOEIC test and want to improve your grade.
- You may be considering taking the TOEIC test and need to prepare for it.
- This is NOT a general English course. It is directly related to the TOEIC course.
What you’ll learn
Be ready and confident for the TOEIC listening and reading test.
Learn a range of listening strategies for each part of the listening test.
Lots of listening practice in all four parts of the listening test.
Reading strategies to cope with the reading test.
Grammar directly related to the reading parts of the test.
Timed reading practice so you understand the speed you have to work at.
Grammar and vocabulary directly linked to the international business environment.
You must already be an intermediate level English learner.