Review Programs

For Students:

ACT Review

This is a test-based program designed to help students enter their preferred American university. It includes tutorial sessions for better proficiency in ACT’s English, Math, Reading, and Science.

SAT Review

This is a test-based program that starts with a Diagnostic Test and ends with a Simulated Test to monitor the progress of the student. By the end of the program, the student will not only have a better knowledge of the concepts commonly tested in the SAT, but he will also have learned and applied test taking techniques to ensure the actual test-day success.

IELTS Review

The International English Language Testing System (IELTS) is designed to test the language skills of those who need to submit English proficiency scores to certain universities or any other institutions of higher education.

The IELTS, which reflects real life use of the language, is usually required by educational and professional institutions in countries where English is the main medium of communication.

Academic Module – generally required for

a. University study at undergraduate, graduate or postgraduate level
b. Association with professional organizations in an English-speaking country

This module tests the four skills of communication:

• Reading
• Listening
• Speaking
• Writing

Reading and the Writing questions are different in the non-academic module.

For Professionals:

International English Language Testing System

The International English Language Testing System (IELTS) is designed to test the language skills of those who need to submit English proficiency scores to certain universities or any other institutions of higher education.

The IELTS, which reflects real life use of the language, is usually required by educational and professional institutions in countries where English is the main medium of communication.

General Training Module – generally required for

a. work purposes
b. emigration to an English-speaking country

This module tests the four skills of communication:

• Reading
• Listening
• Speaking
• Writing

Reading and the Writing questions are different in the academic module.

Nurses who wish to work in US are required to take the Academic Module but may take the TOEFL iBT. Physical Therapists who wish to work in US can only take the TOEFL.

Test of English as Foreign Language

The Test of English as Foreign Language (TOEFL) measures how well non-native English speakers can understand and express themselves in spoken and written English especially in an academic environment.

With over 130 countries accepting the TOEFL scores, there is no doubt that opportunities for educational attainment and career development are endless.

Components:

The components of the test are as follows:

• Reading – measures the ability to understand academic reading material; 60-80 minutes; 36-56 questions
• Listening – measures the ability to understand spoken English; 60-90 minutes; 34-51 questions
• Speaking – measures the ability to speak English; 20 minutes; 6 tasks
• Writing – measures the ability to write in English; 50 minutes; 2 tasks

Delivered via the Internet, TOEFL emphasizes integrated skills and, thus, testing the ability of the test-takers in synthesizing information. Test-takers will be asked to:

• Read, listen, and then speak in response to a question
• Listen, and then speak in response to a question
• Read, listen, and then write in response to a question

Rate: US$30 per hour for regular online tutorials

Premium Rate: US$100 per hour with money-back guarantee