Do you dread TOEFL Independent Speaking questions?
Let us guess:
- You have taken the Official TOEFL exam more times than you can remember, and you still don’t have the required Speaking score;
- You have seen all the templates and heard all the sample answers available online and offline;
- You have taken TOEFL preparation courses, or had a private tutor, but none of it helped;
- You’ve been practising TOEFL Independent Speaking questions with peers, but their English is not much better than yours;
- You have managed to find a native English speaker, maybe even an ESL teacher to practise with, but s/he doesn’t specialize in test preparation, or has little experience in it;
- When you hear other people answer Independent Speaking questions, you think to yourself: ‘That seems so easy for them!”;
- But, when it’s your turn, you freeze, and can’t think of a single thing to say;
- You can answer familiar TOEFL Independent Speaking questions, but, you are stunned by the unexpected ones….
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- We apply proven TOEFL Speaking practice methods, developed over more than a decade of teaching TOEFL preparation courses;
- We practice with 100+ realistic TOEFL Independent Speaking questions, which include the ones, recently introduced to the Official TOEFL exam;
- A lot of our questions are new to you – you wouldn’t have seen them before, even if you have already covered a lot of practice materials;
- The groups are limited to 6 participants per workshop; that way everyone gets exposed to a lot of questions;
- Every participant has the opportunity to answer a number of questions and offer peer feedback to other participants;
- In addition to hands-on, timed practice in answering the questions, participants also learn to analyze their own and their peers’ answers:
- Our experienced TOEFL preparation specialist is always there to provide professional feedback, correction, evaluation and advice;
- Most importantly, we nurture the atmosphere of mutual respect – we judge nobody and help everybody in the group.