Fancy some TOEFL?

I’ve spent all day writing a brand new NELS TOEFL syllabus today. (Well, OK, I did go out and play in the snow for a little bit for a break!)

Don’t know what on earth TOEFL is? Find out (in Japanese) here: http://nelseigo.com/toefl.html and http://www.ets.org/jp/toefl.

The iBT test (internet based test) which we offer at NELS covers the 4 skills of reading, writing, listening and speaking, so is much more comprehensive than TOEIC. It is also very communicative, and our syllabuses have communication classes in them to give you lots of opportunities to interact with your classmates and use your English.

The topics covered are really interesting which makes it easier to study. So, why not give it a go?

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Fancy some TOEFL?」への2件のフィードバック

  1. Hi! I heard that TOEIC is held in only Japan, and but TOFEL is held in the world for not native speaker. I looked at Nels TOFEL website. It inspired me with interest.

  2. Yuria, TOEIC is held all over the world, in about 120 countries, in fact. Anyone can take both TOEIC and TOEFL tests, not just non-native speakers. But don’t think that just because we are native speakers, we could easily get full marks – an exam is challenging even when it is in your own language!
    I’m glad you were inspired by the information on our website, though. Maybe you should consider doing it yourself 😉 .

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