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IELTS - TOEFL -TOEIC EXAMS PREPARATION COURSE 1:1

IELTS

Exams like TOEFL, TOEIC, and IELTS are the most popular international assessments for English language proficiency. Successfully passing these exams guarantees recognition of your English proficiency in over 6000 educational institutions worldwide. A certificate of successful completion of TOEFL, TOEIC, IELTS undoubtedly serves as a significant advantage when seeking employment both abroad and in international companies.

Teachers at Ally Lingua school will assist you in preparing for the chosen exam format, alert you to potential challenges, and work with you to develop optimal answers. In doing so, we provide you with the opportunity to pass these exams with high scores.

The IELTS (International English Language Testing System) exam is required for immigration and admission to foreign universities. Scores range from 0 to 9 points. On average, a score of 6.5 points is typically required for admission to foreign universities, and slightly lower for immigration purposes.

What does the IELTS course entail?

Preparing for the IELTS exam is a significant undertaking, given its widespread use for governmental, employment, and academic purposes, with stringent passing standards. 

Our IELTS preparation courses equip you with the essential tools to achieve a score that aligns with your objectives. The curriculum directly aligns with the content of the IELTS exam and is delivered by experienced, qualified instructors, maximizing your chances of attaining your desired grade.

Who is IELTS for?

If you intend to migrate or pursue a university program in England, Australia, New Zealand, or Canada, taking the International English Language Testing System (IELTS) will enable you to assess your English proficiency and fulfill the necessary criteria.

What does the exam consist of?

Four blocks of tasks on four main aspects of the language 

Listening

In this section, you will be asked to answer questions after listening to four recordings:

  • General topic dialogue
  • General topic monologue
  • Academic conversation among multiple people
  • Academic monologue 

Reading

In this part of the exam, you will be required to read three extensive academic texts. After reading, you have 1 hour to answer 40 questions based on the material. 

Writing

This exam section comprises two parts:

  1. 20 minutes – Describing a graph, diagram, or chart + providing a reasoned response to an additional question.
  2. 40 minutes – Writing a letter or essay on a given topic. 

Speaking

Initially, you will be asked to briefly talk about yourself and your interests/hobbies.

Next, within one minute, you will need to prepare a short presentation on a given topic.

Following that, there will be a discussion with the examiner on broader and more abstract topics, including responses to additional questions. 

TOEFL

TOEFL is a standardized test of English proficiency that enables admission to most colleges, American, and Canadian universities. The exam is also considered a benchmark by many companies when it comes to hiring and career advancement.

The test comprises various task types, including reading, writing, speaking, and listening. The average duration of the exam is 2.5 to 3 hours, with a maximum of 4.5 hours allotted for the internet-based version. TOEFL integrates different task types within a single section, incorporating integrated tasks that require you to respond to information presented in reading or listening formats. Essentially, this approach is more beneficial as it emphasizes language use in communication, and in an academic context, you’ll actively engage with contentious topics. 

What is involved in the TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language)?

Listening

In this initial section of the TOEFL, your ability to comprehend English as spoken in North America is evaluated, encompassing everyday vocabulary, expressions, and grammar.

Reading

The third section of the TOEFL evaluates your capacity to comprehend non-specialized texts.

Structure:

The second section of the TOEFL assesses your proficiency in identifying appropriate language usage in general written English. 

Speaking

Initially, you will be asked to briefly talk about yourself and your interests/hobbies.

Next, within one minute, you will need to prepare a short presentation on a given topic.

Following that, there will be a discussion with the examiner on broader and more abstract topics, including responses to additional questions.