TOEFL Preparation Program – Certificate Program
LA ORT College meets the educational needs of diverse students and offers TOEFL Classes. It prepares students to achieve competitive scores on the TOEFL iBT by focusing on test-taking strategies. Special emphasis is placed on the independent and integrated tasks of the TOEFL, including reading, listening, writing, and speaking. Students gain confidence and improve their skills through practice questions and diagnostic tests. Students also have the opportunity of learning and practicing TOEFL skills through computers and technology.
The TOEFL Preparation course has been set up to be taken by the students who have already completed the
ESL306/IEP306 of LAORT English Programs or successfully pass the advanced level (ESL306/IEP306) of LAORT placement exam.
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Advancement to the next TOEFL preparation course
Each TOEFL student needs to take a final test at the end of TOEFL Preparation I to advance to TOEFL Preparation II. The tests include oral (spoken) and written exams. Advancement to TOEFL Preparation II is determined by passing grade at the final test of TOEFL Preparation I and passing the criteria for homework, quizzes and attendance. If a student receives an “F” or a “D” grade and/ or less than 80% attendance at the end of TOEFL Preparation I and/or II, he/she will be put on probation and has to repeat the failing course and pay the cost of repeated course. If the student fails the course again, he/she will be terminated from the program. To successfully complete one course, the student should have minimum of “C” grade or “2.0” GPA grade point average with 80% attendance. The student will receive a certificate of completion at the end of the course.
The TOEFL program is divided into two courses “TOEFL Preparation I” and “TOEFL Preparation II”. Each course is for 120 clock hours. The daytime program is conducted Monday-Thursday for 5 hours a day, and Friday for 4 hours, for a total of 24 hours per week. The evening program is conducted Monday-Thursday for 4.5 hours a day, for a total of 18 hours per week. The TOEFL daytime course runs for the duration of 10 weeks and the TOEFL evening course runs for the duration of 13.3 weeks total.
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