Juan joins an Online TOEFL Course to improve his writing and reading skills.

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Have you been in the situation where you studied hard for the TOEFL, yet you did not attain the score you had hoped for? This was the case for Juan. However, by challenging his ability to reach English proficiency with Michael’s Online TOEFL Course “The 7 Step System to Pass the TOEFL IBT,” Juan managed to score 87/120 on the TOEFL IBT. This being said, when Juan first enrolled it was determined he needed to improve his reading and writing proficiency after he noted these skills needed improvement. Because of this, Juan was recommended to review Michael’s renowned reading and writing sections to improve his reading and writing in academic English.

With the reading section of Michael’s course, Juan was able to review over twenty lesson plans and seventy speed reading practice tests. By continuously reviewing these lessons and practice tests, Juan was able to improve his reading speed from 124 words per minute to 197 words per minutes. How so? Well, after regularly completing lessons and words per minute assignments, Juan eventually learned to be more of a proficient reader with ability to concentrate well and maintain a good reading speed. Why? Because Juan learned to build effective reading habits such as: determining main ideas, being able to correlate the organization of reading passages, including transitions, and having the ability to reach a conclusion with proper evidence and reasoning. With this in mind, it can be understood why Juan improved his reading score from 17/30 to 22/30 during his next TOEFL exam.

Moving on, afterwards Juan was introduced in Michael’s writing section. By the help of Michael’s writing section, Juan gained competence in independent and integrated writing skills like: interpreting the writing task, writing out a coherent response, writing thorough constructive paragraphs, and concluding with proper proof. With 40 independent and 43 integrated practice tests plus 100’s of skill-building exercises targeting one’s writing proficiency and sentence organization, Juan truly improve his overall word choice, punctuation, transitions, topic development and writing organization. As a direct result, Juan was averaging at scores between 22/30 and 24/30 in his writing by the end of his subscription.

Taking everything into consideration, when it came time for Juan to take his next TOEFL examination on January 16, 2014; Juan reported back a score of 87 with R-22, L-21, S-21, and W-23! Having finally reached his expectations on the TOEFL as a direct result of Michael’s exclusive lessons, would you like to achieve similar results? Then don’t hesitate to send us an email of your immediate TOEFL concerns.

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