TOEFL Exam
Preparation

Prepare for your TOEFL exam with BSC


Our Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) preparation courses focus on exam skills and practice.

The course includes 20 morning sessions of General English, plus two hours of one-to-one exam tuition. The private lessons allow the teacher to design the course around you, providing you with the skills, strategies and exam practice you need to get the best possible result.

TOEFL Preparation course facts

Course code

TOEFL22

Course duration

1 - 48 weeks

Available in

Brighton, Dublin, Edinburgh, London, Manchester, Oxford, York

Course level

Intermediate (B1)

 

Minimum age

16 years

Lesson duration

50 minutes

Lessons per week

20 General English, 2 Private Exam Preparation Lessons

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Student Outcomes


"I like studying at BSC Dublin because we don't have such big classes and the interaction with the teacher is very personal."


Annika, Switzerland, BSC Dublin

Student Outcomes


“I like the teachers here. They motivate and help me to use my English in class and improve my speaking.”


Minwhan Kim, BSC Brighton

Student Outcomes


"I absolutely recommend BSC Oxford. The teachers are kind, professional and motivating. The teaching is interesting and extremely effective. In addition, the school has all the facilities needed.

All these aspects played a role in making my time at BSC a valuable experience, which contributed to my education as a student and my growth as a person."


Dania, BSC Oxford student, Italy

Student Outcomes


"All of the staff are very kind and the lessons help me improve my English skills. I would recommend this school to anyone."


Talal, Saudi Arabia, BSC Edinburgh

Should I take a TOEFL or TOEIC exam?

Exam results from TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) and TOEIC (Test of English for International Communications) are both used to assess non-native English abilities.


Like the Cambridge exam or IELTS, employers and universities can use TOEIC and TOEFL to measure your level of English. Higher education usually focuses on TOEFL and TOEIC is more popular for professional situations.

The TOEFL and TOEIC tests are offered in many countries. However, it is not currently possible to sit the TOEIC test in the UK. To find out more or to book the tests, please visit: www.ets.org.