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tags: ielts, tips
origin: Tips for improving business English skills (http://koreatimes.co.kr)
Pearson Senior Vice President Emma Stubbs joined Pearson in 2008 from the British Council, where she was a global IELTS manager for four years. Stubbs spent six years in China at the British Council, developing the presence of IELTS in the Chinese market.
Here are some of her advice for a businessperson on how to improve English skills.
- The biggest barrier in learning a language is confidence.
We all suffer from fear of making mistakes.
Native speakers make ...
origin: It ain't over till it's over (http://koreatimes.co.kr)
By Jake J. Nho
Jesse Jackson, the sometimes preacher and sometimes U.S. presidential contender, said at an Atlanta convention in 1988, “It ain’t over till it’s over. Even then, it ain’t over.” I really like how that sounds.
In fact, it sounds so good that I have decided to make it one of my life mottos, that is to say never give up because there is always hope, a silver lining at the end of the rainbow.
That is a funny thing because I constantly tell people, staff and family, we must ...
origin: Improving reading speed is easy (http://koreatimes.co.kr)
By Lee Chang-sup
In a recent lecture at a university, a student asked me about how to increase his reading speed for English texts. He said that he was frustrated that he could not finish all of the readings in the TOEIC within the time limit. I told him that people can easily improve their reading speed through practice.
Indeed, many college-bound students and job-seeking college graduates have said that readings in the reading comprehension portion of English proficiency tests have ...
tags: english exams, english test
origin: Student’s grit matters as much as standardized test scores (http://www.koreatimes.co.kr)
By Bill Maxwell
I am always encouraged when academics finally experience epiphanies about matters that always have been the stuff of common sense.
By common sense, I mean apprehending the obvious, paying attention to ordinary events that follow the laws of logic and probability independent of our attempts to impose our conclusions on them.
In this instance, college admissions officers in great numbers are acknowledging that a personality trait called "grit" should be a part of any ...
tags: toefl reading
origin: Overall Reading Strategies for TOEFL (http://www.urch.com)
Overall Reading Strategies
During my test preparation time, I've found some reading strategies useful. Check whether these are useful for you or not:
1. Before going to the 1st question, just check out the beginning of every paragraph. This will make an overall idea about the organization. Don't use more than 30sec for this
2. Answer the reference questions first (Vocabulary/Word reference, Pronoun reference, Highlighted sentence, Sentence Insertion etc.) - To answer these ...
tags: toefl speaking
origin: Top 10 Speaking Tips for the TOEFL iBT and Paper English Language Tests (http://www.englishbaby.com)
1. Find friends to practice speaking English – the more confident you are with speaking English, the easier you will find the TOEFL speaking section of your exam. Need friends to practice with? Find friends on English, baby!
2. Choose questions from the end of English, baby! lessons and imagine this is the free-choice section of your TOEFL speaking exam. Plan your response by preparing what you will say for your introduction as well as three supporting ideas. You should aim to do this at ...
tags: ibt, tips, toefl
origin: 20 TOEFL Tips (http://www.englishclub.com)
Familiarize yourself with the TOEFL format
Most countries now offer the Internet based TOEFL (iBT). A few offer only the paper-based test (PBT). Make sure you find out which test you will be taking before you start studying for the TOEFL. You cannot choose to take the paper based test if your country offers the iBT. One reason people experience exam stress is because they don't know what to expect before a test. Prevent stress on exam day by studying the format of the test in detail. ETS has ...
tags: special toefl, toefl for pharmacy, toefl test
origin: TOEFL for Pharmacists (http://strictlyenglishusa.com)
Many national pharmacy accreditation boards require that pharmacists get a score of 89 on the iBT, which is almost never a problem for these test takers. Unfortunately, though, pharmacy boards require minimum sub-scores as well (Reading 21, Listening 18, Speaking 26, Writing 24) and most pharmacist find it difficult to impossible to achieve these scores no matter how hard they study.
A SPEAKING SCORE OF 26 NEEDS ACCENT MODIFICATION
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tags: exam results, toefl exam, toefl test
origin: Exam body tests ways of speeding up results (http://www.thestandard.com.hk)
Wednesday, March 07, 2012
Having stand-ins take public exams is almost unheard of among local students, the Hong Kong Examinations and Assessment Authority said.
This comes after three mainlanders last week got 10 months in jail each for using doctored passports to sit the TOEFL examination at a Lai King test center.
The lone local case of such cheating was recorded in 2006, the authority said, voicing confidence in its deterrent measures.
Not only are students' ...
tags: help, toefl
origin: The TOEFL® Test Gives You an Advantage (http://www.ets.org)
About the TOEFL iBT® Test
The TOEFL iBT® test, administered via the Internet, is an important part of your journey to study in an English-speaking country. In addition to the test, the ETS TOEFL Program provides tools and guides to help you prepare for the test and improve your English-language skills.
What Is the TOEFL iBT Test?
The TOEFL iBT test measures your ability to use and understand English at the university level. And it evaluates how well you combine your listening, reading, ...
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