Undergraduate, graduate and post-graduate programmes around the world require students to demononstrate their ability to communicate in English as an entrance requirement. More often than not, our students go to face language proficiency tests with no preparation. For this reason, we have introduced the three main programmes that most universities in the world today consider in their entry requirements for admission. These are:
1.1 T.O.E.F.L Test of English as a Foreign Language)
1.2 S.A.T. (Scholastic Assessment Test)
1.3 I.E.L.T.S International English Language Testing System()
If you are planning to study or work overseas, you may to have prove that you have the necessary English language skills.
IELTS has been developed by world-leading test developers to give the fairest possible assessment of your all-round English language ability.
Students are free to choose from any of the programmes offered. They are also free to register for two or even all of the programmes depending on their needs or the requirements of the universities or institutions of their choice.
When registering for any of these programmes, each candidate must present a valid international passport. Any candidate who registers for I.E.L.T.S must, in addition to the international passport present three passports size photographs. The photographs must have a white background and the candidate is not allowed to cover his or her head or wear eye-glasses of any kind. The international passport will not only be used in the exam registration process but it is also the only valid identification document that will permit the candidate to write any of the exams.
- Special attention to students' weakness.
- Well structured pre-test to sopt weakness.
- Qualified, experienced, highly motivated and globally aware instructors.
- Exam-focused strategies.
- Much emphasis on practicce.
- Conductive learning environment.
- Small class size.
- Students who wish to go abroad for further studies at all levels.
- People who want to work, live, or study in tertiary institutions in an English- speaking country.
- People who wish to improve their knowledge in the four area of English language: Listening Speaking, Writing and Reading.
-Free internet access for registered students.
-Original manuals from training providers.
-Flexible schedules for students.
-Facilities to accommodate all Students.
IELTS is another programme that the school now offers to her students.
Like TOEFL, IELTS assesses all language skills-reading, writing, listening and speaking.
IELTS is the world's proven English test.
Over 1.4million candidates take the test each year to start their journey into international education and employment. IELTS is available in two test formats; Academic or General Training. The academic test is usually for those who want to study at tertiary level while the General Training test is usually for employment or immigration purposes.
It is worthy to note that IELTS scores are accepted by over seven thousand universities and colleges around the world including the U.K., Australia, Canada, and New Zealand.
|Content||No. Of Questions||Time|
|Extended Reasoning||34-40||70 minutes|
|Literal comprehension||4-6||2hr25 minutes|
|Vocabularies in context||4-5||One 20minutes|
|Algebra/Functions||19-22||Two 25-minutes subsection|
|Geometry and Measurement||14-16||One 20 minutes subsection|
|Data analysis, statistics and Probability||5-8||One 20minutes subsection|
|Improving sentence||25||One 25minutes essay|
|Identify sentence errors||18||One 25minutes subsection|
|Improving paragraphs||06||One ten-minutes subsection|
S.A.T Scholastic Assessment Test is not just a test that measures more than what you learned in high school; it is an essential passport for your college admission journey. The S.A.T is what colleges want to show case your skill and potential. Originally developed to increase access to college for all students. The S.A.T is the most widely used admission test among colleges and universities. It is offered at least seven times a year in the United States and U.S territories, and six times a year internationally. Here is an overview of the content and timing of the programme
This is not only the essential exams for entry to universities in the U.S. and many countries but taking the TOEFL test is a very important part of a student's journey to studying in an English speaking country or university programme. The test measures how well students use English language. It is valid and reliable test with unbiased, objective scoring. It confirms that a student has the English language skills necessary to succeed in an academic setting. The test has been administered more than 20million times since 1964. It is also accepted in more than 6,000 colleges, universities and agencies in 110 countries. That is why it has become popular and acceptable in many institutions of higher learning.
This section is made up of 3-5 academic reading passages followed by comprehension questions which normally take 60-100 minutes.
It consists of 4-6 lecturers, 6 questions each; 2-3 conversations and 5 questions each. It lasts for 20 minutes.
This section contains 6 questions where a candidate has to speak about something he or she has heard. It lasts for 20 minutes.
This section consists of 2 writing tasks, one involves reading and listening which lasts for 50 minutes.
As can be seen, TOEFL test gives students the opportunity to communicate ideas effectively by simulating university classroom and student life communication. The language used in the tests reflects real-life English language usage in universities, lectures, classes and laboratories. It is the same language professors' use when they discuss course or concept with students, used in study groups and everyday university situations. Statistics shows that 4 out of 5 institutions prefer the TOEFL test. It is also used in study groups.
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