toefl

Overview of TOEFL

The TOEFL iBT, evaluates your proficiency of the English language. It measures your ability to integrate your listening, reading, speaking and writing skills while performing academic assignments. If you have studied in an English medium institute, you will find the TOEFL very easy and can even request for a TOEFL waiver.

Structure

Section Time Limit Questions Tasks Score
Reading* 60–80 minutes 36–56 questions Read 3 or 4 passages from academic texts and answer questions. Score of 0 to 30
Listening 60–90 minutes 34–51 questions Listen to lectures, classroom discussions and conversations, and then answer questions. Score of 0 to 30
Break 10 minutes - - -
Speaking 20 minutes 6 tasks Express an opinion on a familiar topic; speak based on reading and listening tasks. Score of 0 to 30
Writing 50 minutes 2 tasks Write essay responses based on reading and listening tasks; support an opinion in writing. Score of 0 to 30

KGC Approach

We believe in perfection and are dedicated to providing the best preparation services for standardized tests.

Students who prepare for TOEFL with us follow a systematic schedule of lectures and practice sections designed to cover all areas of the test. Our video lectures introduce the key techniques for effective test preparation, and our expert tutors are available to explain particular problem areas and to solve difficulties encountered in class work and homework.

Our program is structured yet flexible: Students proceed through the course at their own pace. The course is designed to be completed in 4 weeks, but we can arrange an accelerated or an extended program.

Students complete our specially designed, timed, computer-based study units and simulated tests during class. We place particular emphasis on building a strong foundation in grammar, reasoning and reading skills.

To top it up, there is a series of mock tests at the end of the course. And like all other KGC services we can offer the entire TOEFL training course online. If you would like to avail of our coaching, please contact us.

KGC TOEFL PREP COURSE STRUCTURE

 
Verbal & Analytical
Writing Review Video
 



WEEK 1
Reading Comprehension Unit – 1
Video
Reading Comprehension Unit – 2
Video
Introduction to Independent Essay
Video
Introduction to Integrated Essay
Video
       
 
 
Verbal & Analytical
Writing Review Video
 



WEEK 2
Independent Essay Unit – 1
Video
Independent Essay Unit – 2
Video
Integrated Essay Unit - 1
Video
Speaking Unit 1
Video
Mock Test – 1
Video
       
 
 
Verbal & Analytical
Writing Review Video
 



WEEK 3
Listening Unit - 1
Video
Listening Unit – 2
Video
Mock Test – 2
Video
       
 
 
Verbal & Analytical
Writing Review Video
 



WEEK 4
Reading Comprehension Unit – 3
Video
Integrated Essay – Unit 2
Video
Speaking Unit – 2
Video
Mock Test – 3
Video
Mock Test - 4
Video
       
 

9 FREE TESTS

Reading and KGC TOEFL crack tips:

Learn to quickly skim the passage. Go back and look for evidence and then choose the objective answer. The vocab in context question requires the student to correlate the answer in the context of the passage. If a question is confusing or taking too much time, skip it. Time management is critical and hence make sure you know how much time you are spending on each reading passage.

Writing and KGC TOEFL crack tips:

There are two writing tasks. The first is the independent essay which requires the student to give specific examples to validate his or her argument. The next task is the integrated essay. The student is asked to write a response combining the reading module and a listening module. The student then has to combine a response in his or her own words. Make sure to practice on our website as well as read through writing samples at www.toefl.org You can even get your writing samples evaluated by your English teacher.

Listening and KGC TOEFL crack tips:

There are various types of questions in the listening section. Know your strong and weak areas, that is, questions which you are able or unable to answer most of the times. The multiple-choice questions, tables and diagrams pose problems for a majority of the test-takers. However, the accent is very natural and not artificial. For native English speakers the listening section can be very easy but keep practicing to make sure you are comfortable with this section.

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