Shoko, having more time now than in the last few months, will take online TOEFL lessons so that she can score at least 100/120 on the TOEFL iBT. And not only does she need to score high, but she also needs to score 26/30 and 24/30 on the speaking and writing sections of the test. With her new online course, which contains 330 lessons and practice tests, Shoko will be able to study the lessons online anywhere and anytime so long as she has a high-speed internet connection. As a new subscriber to the TOEFL service, Shoko will have on-demand access to ALL the lessons.
Furthermore, once she feels like she has mastered the lessons taught in each part of the course, she will take vocabulary, pronunciation, grammar, listening, reading, writing, and speaking practice tests so that she can get feedback on her progress. In particular, she will get feedback from an MA TESOL TOEFL iBT specialist who has more than 18 years of teaching experience after she completes pronunciation, writing, and speaking practice tests. In addition, whenever she has questions about her TOEFL progress, she can E-mail the TOEFL iBT specialist who will answer her questions within about 24 hours.
Finally, Shoko is on track within a consistent TOEFL study guide that will help her meet her goals without her having to pay hundreds of dollars a month for the service.
|This article was written by Michael Buckhoff–co-founder and materials writer for Better TOEFL Scores and The 7-Step System to Pass the TOEFL iBT, Composition and Linguistics Professor, TOEFL Specialist, ESL Master Instructor, and Placement and Testing Coordinator for California State University, San Bernardino.Follow more posts and videos from Michael at Facebook, Twitter, and You Tube.|