TOEIC Exam Preparation Courses
The Test of English for International Communication (TOEIC) is an internationally recognised English language examination designed to test the everyday English skills of people who use English in their workplace and in an international environment.
This course includes 20 lessons per week in the mornings of TOEIC preparation with the option to take an additional 10 lessons in the afternoons of General English for a more intensive programme.
These four-week preparation courses for the Reading & Listening TOEIC paper at Canadian centre have various start dates per year.
Examinations are held approximately every month.
This English language test consists of two papers, Speaking & Writing and Reading & Listening.
The TOEIC Speaking & Writing test is designed to properly assess the student’s ability to actually use the English language in the workplace. Although this part of the exam reflects actual English use in the workplace, no prior specialist business term knowledge is expected or required on the part of the student. The test covers the following areas:
This two-hour multiple choice test consists of two hundred questions that are evenly divided between the following two areas:
Following the completion of this exam, students will be scored on each section between 5 and 495 points. The total exam score is then calculated on a scale between 10 and 990 points after which students will receive one of 5 possible colour-coded TOEIC Certificates - Gold, Blue, Green, Brown or Orange - depending on their test results.
The scoring system for the TOEIC Exam is as follows:
After you take a TOEIC Preparation at St Giles, you should:
have taken or will be ready to take an internationally recognised exam.
have developed independent study and exam skills.
have improved your English level and confidence with using the English language.
"St Giles is an excellent school and I really improved my English."Vandrea ,Brazil