TOEFL Training in Dubai

The TOEFL, formally known as Test Of English as a Foreign Language, is a test of an individual’s ability to use and understand English in an academic setting. The test is designed and administered by Educational Testing Service (ETS), and TOEFL is a registered trademark of ETS. It was developed to address the problem of ensuring English language proficiency for non-native speakers wishing to study at U.S. universities.

It has become an admission requirement for non-native English speakers at many English-speaking colleges and universities. Additionally, institutions such as government agencies, licensing bodies, businesses, or scholarship programs may require this test. A TOEFL score is valid for two years and then will no longer be officially reported.

  • TOEFL iBT Exam Preparation Course 36 Hours Prerequisites
  • Business English Pre Intermediate
    With Business English Pre Intermediate language skills and the TOEFL iBT course, candidates can aim to achieve an estimated
  • TOEFL score of at least 550

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NLP provides you with sessions and full training course.

Prep for success with our full line of official TOEFL iBT test prep resources from the makers of the test, and be confident that you’ll do your best on test day. We provide personalized instruction to help you to excel at your TOEFL tests and achieve your goals. Enquire about our preparation classes today.

NLP provides you with sessions and full training course.

Prep for success with our full line of official TOEFL iBT test prep resources from the makers of the test, and be confident that you’ll do your best on test day. We provide personalized instruction to help you to excel at your TOEFL tests and achieve your goals. Enquire about our preparation classes today.

All About the TOEFL Test
How to Use This Book
All About the TOEFL iBT
– Why is the TOEFL test changing?
– What are the main features of the TOEFL iBT?
– Format of the TOEFL iBT
– Question Types
– Tool Bar
– Overview of the TOEFL iBT Reading Section
– Overview of the TOEFL iBT Listening Section
– Overview of the TOEFL iBT Writing Section
– Overview of the TOEFL iBT Speaking Section
– About your scores
Test Preparation Tips from ETS
Registering for the TOEFL iBT
Questions Frequently Asked by Students

TOEFL iBT Reading Passages
TOEFL iBT Reading Questions
– Basic Information and Inferencing Questions
– Reading to Learn Questions
Improving Your Performance on TOEFL iBT Reading Questions.
Reading Practice Sets
– Practice Set 1
– Practice Set 2
– Practice Set 3
– Practice Set 4
– Practice Set 5
– Practice Set 6
Practice TOEFL iBT Reading Section
– Answer Key and Explanations

TOEFL iBT Listening Materials
– Conversations
– Lectures
TOEFL iBT Listening Questions
– Basic Comprehension Questions
– Pragmatic Understanding Questions
– Connecting Information Questions
How to Sharpen Your Listening Skills
Listening Practice Sets
– Practice Set 1
– Practice Set 2
– Practice Set 3
– Practice Set 4
– Practice Set 5
Practice TOEFL iBT Listening Section
– Answer Key, Listening Scripts and Explanations

Introduction to the Speaking Section
Speaking Question Types
– Independent: Questions 1 and 2
– Integrated Listening / Reading / Speaking : Questions 3 and 4
– Integrated Listening / Speaking : Questions 5 AND 6
Strategies for Raising Your TOEFL Speaking Score
Practice TOEFL iBT Speaking Section
– Listening Scripts and Sample Responses with Rater’s Comments
TOEFL iBT Speaking Score Rubric
Frequently Asked Questions about TOEFL Speaking

Introduction to the Writing Section
The Integrated Writing Task
– How the Task is Phrased
– Strategies for Raising your Score on the Integrated Writing Task
– Integrated Writing Scoring Rubric
– Sample Scored Responses for the Integrated Writing Task
The Independent Writing Task
– Essay-Writing Tips
– How Essays are Scored
– Independent Writing Scoring Rubric
– Sample Scored Responses for the Independent Writing Task
The Independent Writing Topics
– Topic List
Practice TOEFL iBT Writing Section
– Listening Script, Explanations and Samples Responses

Grammar
Usage
Mechanics
Style
Organization and Development
Advice to Writers
Revising, Editing, and Proofreading
Glossary

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