TOEFL Test description

Test Options for Students at Different Levels

Depending on school curricula and other factors, young students acquire their English abilities at different times and in different ways. The TOEFL® Primary™ program offers three tests to measure a range of skills:

  • the paper-delivered Reading and Listening test — Step 1
  • the paper-delivered Reading and Listening test — Step 2
  • the computer-delivered Speaking test

Each test provides reliable scores, and scores from all tests are mapped to Common European Framework of Reference (CEFR) levels. TOEFL Primary Reading scores are also matched to MetaMetrics® Lexile® measures, making it easier to find the books and articles that best match students’ English reading levels.

TOEFL Primary Reading and Listening tests assess students’ knowledge, skills and abilities to fulfill core communication goals in English. They are offered at two levels of proficiency, Step 1 and Step 2, so that you can select an assessment that more closely matches the skills your students have acquired.
The TOEFL Primary Speaking test is designed for students at many different levels of English ability, from beginners through more proficient speakers.

TOEFL Primary Reading and Listening Test — Step 1

The Reading and Listening test — Step 1 is intended for students in the earlier stages of English learning and covers:

  • Familiar contexts (school, home, playground)
  • Basic formulaic expressions
  • Basic vocabulary and phrases related to common objects and people
  • Short and simple requests and directions
  • Short and simple text relevant to everyday experiences

TOEFL Primary Reading and Listening Test — Step 2

The Reading and Listening test — Step 2 is intended for students who have acquired some communicative English skills and covers:

  • Basic expressions, requests, phrases and directions
  • Simple short stories and conversations on topics beyond everyday experiences
  • Unfamiliar words given sufficient amount of contextual clues
  • Simple content-based texts

TOEFL Primary Speaking Test

The Speaking test is intended for Reading and Listening test takers —Step 1 or Step 2 — and covers:

  • Giving simple descriptions
  • Expressing basic emotions, feelings and opinions
  • Making simple requests
  • Asking questions
  • Giving directions
  • Explaining and sequencing simple events
  • TOEFL Primary Reading and Listening Test — Step 1

    • Section        No. of questions   No. of examples  Total no. of questions   Time
    • Reading                  36                              3                               39              30 minutes
    • Listening                36                              5                                41              30 minutes

  • TOEFL Primary Reading and Listening Test — Step 2

    • Section        No. of questions   No. of examples  Total no. of questions   Time
    • Reading                  36                              1                               37              30 minutes
    • Listening                36                              3                               39              30 minutes

  • TOEFL Primary Speaking Test

    • Section                No. of questions      Time
    • Speaking                           8                         20

TOEFL Training Program

Supreme Tutor provides classes in the following programs:

1. TOEFL Primary Reading and Listening

The Reading and Listening Prep — Step 1 intended for students in the earlier stages of English learning, including:

  • Familiar contexts (school, home, playground)
  • Basic formulaic expressions
  • Basic vocabulary and phrases related to common objects and people
  • Short and simple requests and directions
  • Short and simple text relevant to everyday experiences

2. TOEFL Speaking Training Program

Students who register for the ST TOEFL Speaking Program will receive intensive training to score well on the TOEFL Speaking test. The ST TOEFL Speaking program includes intensive training in the following areas:

  • Giving simple descriptions
  • Expressing basic emotions, feelings and opinions
  • Making simple requests
  • Asking questions
  • Giving directions
  • Explaining and sequencing simple events

TOEFL Preparation Program

Introduction to the TOEFL iBT (Internet Based Test)

Note: All Programs below are online, intensive and group study To inquire about one-to-one rates, email admin@supremetutor.com

About the TOEFL iBT (3 hours free)

  • Purpose of the TOEFL Test
  • TOEFL iBT Test
  • Scoring Criteria
  • Types and Number of Questions
  • Time required to Complete the Test
  • iBT TOEFL Test-taking Limits
  • TOEFL writing section topics
  • TOEFL IBT Registration and Test Center Locations
  • TOEFL Advice: Achieving a High Score
TOEFL iBT Pre-Test (3 hours-Free)
  • Sample Items
  • Answers, Explanations and Response Samples
  • TOEFL Audio Scripts
  • TOEFL Instruction recommendations
TOEFL iBT Reading Classes (60 hours; 5 hours online intensive study weekly)
  • TOEFL iBT Reading Passages/Practice
  • TOEFL iBT Answers
  • TOEFL Specific Reading items
  • TOEFL Study Advice/Recommendations
  • TOEFL iBT Additional Reading Practice
TOEFL iBT Listening classes (60 - hour program; 5 hours online study weekly)
  • TOEFL iBT Listening items
  • TOEFL iBT Listening item formats
  • TOEFL iBT Listening Items Types
  • TOEFL iBT Practice listening activities
  • TOEFL iBT Listening Test Planner
  • TOEFL iBT listening section answers, explanations and tape scripts
TOEFL iBT Speaking Classes (60 - hour program; 5 hours online study weekly)
  • TOEFL iBT Speaking Subjects
  • TOEFL iBT Independent Speaking Task Descriptions
  • TOEFL iBT Integrated Reading, Listening and Speaking items
  • TOEFL iBT Practice Speaking Subsection
  • TOEFL iBT Study Personal Recommendations and Planner
  • TOEFL iBT Speaking Answer Key, Explanations and Audio Scripts
  • TOEFL iBT Sample Responses with Scores
TOEFL IBT Writing classes (60 – hour program; 5 hours online study weekly)
  • Integrated Reading, Listening and Writing Items
  • Independent Writing Items
  • TOEFL iBT Practice Writing Activities
  • TOEFL iBT Study Planner
  • TOEFL iBT Writing Subtest Answers, Explanations and Tape Scripts
  • TOEFL iBT Sample Responses
TOEFL iBT Academic Vocabulary (40 – hour program; 4 hours online weekly study)
  • TOEFL iBT Vocabulary Practice
  • TOEFL iBT Vocabulary in Context practice
  • TOEFL iBT Vocabulary Practice Test
TOEFL iBT Academic Subjects (40 hours for each program below)
  • The Arts and Humanities
  • Physical Sciences
  • Life Sciences
  • Social Sciences
  • Earth Sciences
College Campus Relevant Subjects
  • School Relevant topics
  • Class Relevant topics
TOEFL iBT Scoring Rubrics/Explanations
  • TOEFL iBT Independent Speaking Scoring Rubric
  • TOEFL iBT Integrated Speaking Scoring Rubric
TOEFL iBT Study Planner
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Websites for English Listening Practice for the TOEFL

A). Voice of America: Learning English

http://learningenglish.voanews.com

B) BBC: Learning English (British English)

www.bbc.co.uk/learningenglish/

C. NPR: North American English (For Advanced ESL Learners)

www.npr.org

D) Television:

-Good TV Program for Listening to Conversations:

– Friends (Use subtitles)

F) Movies:

-Listening to conversations
-Good Movie
-Hunger Games

G) Ted Talks

http://ted.com
Good for listening to lectures in English

H) When watching television or videos, use subtitles.

Receive feedback about your potential TOEFL score. First take our complete TOEFL test under real-time test restraints. Gain exposure to questions similar to those on the actual TOEFL. After taking our practice test, we will provide you an individualized report with a summary of your strengths and input regarding areas you will need to work on to improve your overall TOEFL score.

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TOEFL Junior® Tests

 

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The TOEFL Junior® tests, intended for students ages 11+, provide real insight into your students’ English communication skills to help you make the best decisions and guide them on a path to success. Learn more about how TOEFL Junior scores can help you.

To better meet the expectations of English-language programs worldwide, the TOEFL Junior tests are available in two testing modes and measure a range of skills:

1TOEFL Junior Standard test:

A paper-delivered test that measures Reading Comprehension, Listening Comprehension, and Language Form and Meaning. The TOEFL Junior Standard test is currently available in over 50 countries around the world.

2. TOEFL Junior Comprehensive test :

A computer-delivered test that measures Reading Comprehension, Listening Comprehension, Speaking and Writing. The TOEFL Junior Comprehensive test is being introduced in phases in various locations around the world.

TOEFL Preparatory course

“This course features intensive vocabulary”, reading, listening, and grammar exercises designed to prepare the student in obtaining a higher TOEFL score. The class uses up to date material and original practice tests to sharpen comprehension skills. Students learn strategies to maximize their test taking potential. The Institutional TOEFL test is administered at the end of every session.