Having a severe problem in writing and speaking, Hiral was appreciative when Michael responded to his situation by video. It seemed to Hiral every time he took the TOEFL, he fell short of his required goal of scoring R-22, L-23, S-26, and W-24. Thus with a fueled desire for improvement, Hiral joined Michael’s Online TOEFL Course: “The 7 Step System to Pass the TOEFL iBT.” Hiral’s next exam was on 03/19/2014 and at his current level of R-22, L-23, S-23, and W-21, Hiral was anxious for better TOEFL results. So when Michael responded to Hiral by video, Hiral was recommended to review Michael’s vocabulary, grammar, writing, and speaking sections for better results.
To begin with, Hiral was advised to review Michael’s vocabulary section. With Michael’s vocabulary lessons, Hiral learned to understand differences in the meanings between basic vocabulary and college level vocabulary. By building a good vocabulary foundation, Hiral learned to perform optimally when reading TOEFL iBT passages. Moreover, by completing exclusive lessons, exercises, and practice tests for the mastery of 1,700 TOEFL words; Hiral learned to support generalizations within his writing by including explicit details.
Next, with Michael’s grammar section, Hiral became better acquainted with the exactness of academic writing. This better prepared Hiral for the independent and integrated writing sections of the TOEFL iBT. By help of Michael’s grammar section, Hiral learned to develop proficient grammar skills with exclusive access to college level editing, grammar, and writing. As a result, Hiral learned: basic and advanced sentence structures, verb tenses, word forms, word choice, and parallel structures.
Likewise, Hiral’s writing skills further developed by cause of Michael’s writing section. By help of Michael’s writing section, Hiral developed the writing skills needed to accurately answer the independent and integrated tasks of the actual TOEFL iBT. For instance, Hiral learned to gain competence in independent and integrated writing skills such as: decoding the writing task, organizing a coherent response, and writing detailed developmental paragraphs.
Finally, with Michael’s speaking section, Hiral built the speaking skills needed to speak English with genuine fluidly and pronunciation. For example, Hiral learned to build speaking skills needed to address the independent and integrated tasks of the actual TOEFL iBT by learning competent speaking skills, such as: decoding the speaking task, organizing a coherent response including a topic statement, and delivering rich details in the body of the speech.
In the end with Michael’s vocabulary, grammar, writing, and speaking sections, Hiral gained the skills he needed to improve his overall writing and speaking proficiency. Because of Hiral’s willingness to improve, Hiral successfully scored a well-deserved 98 with R-24, L-23, S-26, and W-25. Like Hiral, join Michael’s “The 7 Step System to Pass the TOEFL iBT,” for you too can reach your immediate TOEFL goals.