The Test of
English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) measures the ability
of nonnative speakers of English to use and understand
North American English as it is used in college and
university settings. Scores on the test are required
by more than 4,300 two and four-year colleges and universities,
professional schools, and sponsoring institutions.
The test is offered on computer throughout most regions
of the world. In areas where access to computer-based
testing is limited, a supplemental paper-and-pencil
version of the test is administered.
The purpose of the TOEFL test is to evaluate the English
proficiency of people whose native language is not English.
TOEFL is also used by institutions in other countries
where English is the language of instruction. In addition,
government agencies, scholarship programs, and licensing/certification
agencies use TOEFL scores to evaluate English proficiency.
The TOEFL test was introduced as a computer-based test
in July 1998 in many parts of the world. It combines
many of the same question types as the traditional paper-based
test with new question types that can be offered only
on the computer.
For further information visit www.toefl.org
TOEFL PREPARATION ANEES
We individualize our course for each student. All students
starting the course do a full real 3-hour TOEFL test.
Based on this Diagnostic Test, we develop a study program,
which is different for every student. Thus a student
scoring high on the Written and Structure section will
have to spend little time in perfecting his grammar.
However, if his Reading Comprehension diagnostic score
was low, his program will allow more than twice as much
time on the Reading Comprehension module. The program
of study for each student is explained beforehand and
weekly tests are taken to make sure that students are
at par with their week-long preparation.
Normal preparation consists of 3 two-hour classes per
week, for 1 month. This program aims to get a score
of 650+(out of 677) for each student preparing for the
Paper-based test and 100+(out of 120) for those giving
the Internet-based test.
Since program works on an individual basis, a new student
can join at any time.
For more details, please call our centers on the numbers
Phase 4 : 021-5893385
/ 5388455 / 5386815
Gulshan Branch: 021-4989588
/ 4993726 / 4993996 / 0321-9289588 Bahadurabad
Branch: 021-4943939 / 4932953 / 0303-2267893
North Nazimabad Branch:
021-6634284 / 6631160 / 0321-2333114