Zhang Li subscribed to Michael’s Online TOEFL Course: “The 7 Step System to Pass the TOEFL iBT” for one month; and found it helpful because it increased her TOEFL score from 53 to 73. Her score report in detail is listed as: Reading 17, Listening 16, Speaking 22, and Writing 18= Totaling 73. Having just graduated from a university in China, Zhang Li plans to go to a college in the U.S.A for her master’s degree but on the application requirements, Zhang Li remarked how she needed to upload a TOEFLers test transcript which is higher than 90. Having approximately two months left before her universities quarterly deadline, Zhang Li with full respect decided to take advantage of Michael’s 30-Day TOEFL Study Guide.
Through Michael’s 30-Day Study Guide, Zhang Li was able to develop and refine her English competencies such that she was able to be ready before her next examination. By optimizing her performance with Michael’s 30-Day Study Guide containing clickable links directing Zhang Li to different: vocabulary, pronunciation, grammar, listening, reading, writing, and speaking parts of Michael’s course; Zhang Li was able to perform optimally during the actual TOEFL iBT and boost her TOEFL score to 93 in less than two months.
A basic overview of each section is listed below.
Assisted by Michael’s vocabulary section, Zhang Li was able to learn to build a strong vocabulary foundation. With access to lessons, exercises, and practice tests for mastery of 1,700 TOEFL words, Zhang Li learned to super-size her English vocabulary and support her generalizations during the speaking and writing sections of the TOEFL with more sufficient key details.
Assisted by Michael’s pronunciation section, Zhang Li was able to boost her overall pronunciation competencies. With 2 diagnostic pre-tests and 1 post-test plus access to 1000′s of pronunciation drills and practice tests, Zhang Li built an extensive practice with many vowel and consonants sounds as well as instruction in the stress, intonation, and the pausing of various words and phrases.
Assisted by Michael’s grammar section, Zhang Li was able to become better acquainted with the rigors of academic writing. With exclusive access to college level editing, grammar, and writing; Zhang Li learned basic and advanced sentence structures, verb tenses, word forms, word choice, parallel structures, and so on. Because of this, Zhang Li have become prepared for the independent and integrated writing sections.
Assisted by Michael’s listening section, Zhang Li learned how to analyze her listening strengths and weaknesses. By learning how to catch the main idea and important details of campus-related and academic listening passages, Zhang Li had over 40 academic listening practice tests to learn tips and tricks such as: inferencing, idioms, negative expressions, getting the main idea, and understanding transitions with exclusive listening lessons.