- Get intensive one-to-one or small group tuition
- Focus on the areas where you need the most practice
- Study at your own pace
- Get intensive feedback from experienced TOEIC teachers
- Approach the test with confidence
- Maximise your TOEIC score
We help you to:
- Learn about the structure of the TOEIC exam and its component tests
- Develop essential TOEIC test-taking strategies for each section of the test
- Increase your confidence by undertaking regular practice tests under exam conditions
- Improve your writing style and learn the structure of effective writing tasks
- Expand your vocabulary for the TOEIC test
- Improve your speaking, fluency and presentation skills
- Improve your listening and reading skills
- Gain a better understanding of grammar
Length of the course
The length of the course will vary but is normally 4 -10 lessons of 1½ - 2 hours.
Why study TOEIC?
The Test of English for International Communication (TOEIC) is an English language test that measures the everyday English skills of people working in an international environment. The TOEIC test results are recognised by thousands of business corporations world-wide.
Students learn about communicating in contexts related to everyday life as well as general business communication. Some of the main topic areas include:
- Offices / General Business / Personnel
- Corporate Development / Manufacturing / Technical areas
- Finance and Budgeting / Purchasing / Housing - Corporate Property
- Travel / Dining Out / Entertainment
TOEIC Test Format
The term “TOEIC Test” usually refers simply to the TOEIC Listening and Reading test, which has been in use for over 30 years. It is a 2 hour test consisting of 200 questions divided into two sections:
- Section 1 – Listening
Students answer 100 questions on a variety of statements, questions, short conversations and short talks recorded in English. There are four parts in the Listening section - Photographs, Question-Response, Short Conversations and Short Talks.
- Section 2 – Reading
Students read a variety of materials and answer 100 questions presented in written format. There are 3 parts in the Reading section -Incomplete Sentences, Error Recognition and Reading Comprehension.
Some centres now require both the Listening and Reading (TOEIC L&R) and the new Speaking and Writing (TOEIC S&R) tests, which are taken separately.