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Orange County TOEFL Preparation Course

The Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) Preparation course at American Harbor College is a Post-Advanced level course for those students who are getting ready to take the standardized test. Students enrolled in the class have advanced language proficiency. Our TOEFL preparation course focuses not only on test-taking strategies, but also on academic skills students need to get the best possible results on the test. The goal of the course is to ensure all our students build the necessary skills to successfully answer the questions and complete each section of the test, as well as improve their general academic English proficiency. As TOEFL is recognized by colleges and universities across the world, we equip our students with the skills to be successful in any academic environment.

Course Objectives:

  • Language Skills: improve students’ academic skills of listening, speaking, reading, and writing
  • Language Control: learn, practice, and review English grammar, pronunciation, word forms, and vocabulary.
  • Test Taking: identify and understand different question types, learn tips for handling each section of the test, take practice tests to gain familiarity with the test and track progress.
  • Academic English: learn, practice, and review academic vocabulary and writing.

Key Features:

  • Practice Tests: students take practice tests to build familiarity with the test and track their progress.
  • Teacher Feedback: students constantly receive feedback from their instructors.
  • Small Classes: the maximum class size in the TOEFL Course is 10 students, which allows the students to get individual and personalized attention from the teacher.