I am Michael Buckhoff, the founder, owner, and materials writer for “The 7-Step System to Pass the TOEFL iBT.” Typically, there are two types of students who prepare for the TOEFL iBT: 1) Those who already have advanced academic English proficiency and who want to familiarize themselves with the structure, format, and test-taking strategies for the TOEFL iBT. 2) Those who do not have the advanced English proficiency and who want to improve their overall TOEFL score by more than 10 points.
The latter group of students will need to solve problems relating to vocabulary, pronunciation, grammar, listening, reading, writing, and speaking before they will ready to familiarize themselves with the structure, format, and test-taking strategies for the TOEFL iBT. During these students’ quests to improve their academic English language abilities, they may choose to join an Online TOEFL Course. However, before joining an Online TOEFL Course, these students should consider what type of speaking and writing feedback they will get.
The following video will showcase the type of delivery, language use, and topic development feedback that students will get after joining “The 7-Step System to Pass the TOEFL iBT: