TOEFL Preparation Course in San Francisco
The GEOS TOEFL Preparation Course has been updated to help international students who are preparing to take the TOEFL iBT exam for entrance into North American colleges and universities. This comprehensive course helps students prepare for all sections (reading, writing, speaking, and listening) of the TOEFL iBT test by developing special skills and strategies that lead to more efficient test taking. A GEOS TOEFL Preparation Course can help you reach your goals. And, with a maximum of 14 students, you are sure to get the extra attention you need to succeed.
Register for the San Francisco TOEFL course here.
Our TOEFL Preparation Course meets five days per week, for a total of 20 hours(24 lessons*) each week. Students work with our experienced TOEFL teacher, and the most up-to-date, effective textbooks and materials available. There is a two-part approach to the TOEFL Preparation Course. First, we focus is on improving your English skill. Students work on vocabulary building, critical listening and reading, essay writing, and speaking. The second focus is on building TOEFL skills and test strategies to help you get a good score. Every TOEFL iBT exam is different, but each test has the same types of questions. We help you get familiar with the kinds of questions TOEFL asks. Once each week, students sharpen their skills by taking practice TOEFL tests - a great way to build test taking stamina and monitor your improvement. At the end of each four-week session, each student has a one-on-one counseling session with their teacher. This is how we help you monitor your progress. After each three month semester, students receive a report card. All students receive a GEOS certificate.
1 lesson: 50 minutes
OUR TOEFL PREPARATION COURSE FEATURES:
* Teacher-lead instruction, no self-access
My name is Norika Inaba. I'm from Japan. I have been studying twelve weeks and I joined in level five. My classmates were so nice and it is a good experience to exchange your culture. My favorite memory is lunchtime. The last few weeks I didn't join in lunch, but I realized it is a good time to practice my speaking skills and I realize it is a good chance for students of all levels to speak together. I will miss my classmates the most, and I will come back to San Francisco.
WBut what will I miss the most? The liberal atmosphere and the culture in comparison to LA or other cities on the West Coast. In LA I was worried about fashion, cutting edge wear, but in this city, everybody is wearing what they want to wear. The mood and the atmosphere I love too. I also love Twin Peaks and the Giants Stadium.
Advice to study English? Don't be nervous to make mistakes and just don't be nervous to try. GEOS in one word is at home. When I joined this place everyone memorized my name and makes an effort to include new students.