Toefl IBT Exam Prep

TOEFL® TestReady™

TOEFL TestReady est une ressource en ligne qui offre une variété d’outils pour aider les candidats à se préparer au TOEFL iBT. Développée par les créateurs du TOEFL iBT, la plateforme propose des ressources exclusives, des recommandations personnalisées, et des outils analytiques pour aider les candidats à améliorer leurs compétences en anglais. Elle s’adresse à ceux qui commencent leur préparation ainsi qu’à ceux qui souhaitent optimiser leurs scores.

Official TOEFL iBT® Prep Course

Le cours « Official TOEFL iBT® Prep Course » vise à aider les apprenants à acquérir les compétences nécessaires pour communiquer en anglais dans un contexte académique. Avec un abonnement de 6 mois, le cours propose des leçons approfondies et des activités qui couvrent les quatre compétences essentielles : Reading, Listening, Speaking, et Writing. Les participants peuvent passer des tests préliminaires et finaux pour évaluer leur performance, avec des estimations de score pour les sections Speaking et Writing utilisant le même système de notation automatisé que le test TOEFL iBT. Deux options sont offertes : le cours standard, qui inclut les éléments de base, et le cours PLUS, qui comprend toutes les fonctionnalités du standard, avec en plus des estimations de score pour les activités et tests des sections Speaking et Writing, ainsi que des retours écrits sur les réponses dans la section Speaking.

Job Interview Preparation

Interview response framework

Slowly – Clearly – Yes – Example.

The job description is a list of requirements to satisfy, not a general overview. Each requirement needs to be answered with yes and actual examples, starting with the most recent and drilling down into specific details, without abstraction.

Each requirement is different, by definition. If you think they’re the same, you’re not understanding the English correctly. Instead, ask yourself why you are not understanding the way in which the requirement differs from the previous requirement.

Questions can be repeated as a deliberate tactic to see how you respond when you have run out of prepared responses. Find new examples to continue answering.

Forthcomingness/Openness: the quality of being willing to volunteer information openly and freely.

Context: Every question is an evaluation of your suitability for the job.

Always on – there is no moment that is not part of the assessment process.

Details – Facts, not language.

Positiveness, or positivity, is a state of mind characterized by optimism, hopefulness, and constructive thinking. When someone embodies positiveness, they tend to:

Focus on Solutions: Positive individuals approach challenges with a mindset geared towards finding solutions rather than dwelling on problems. They see obstacles as opportunities for growth and learning.

Optimism: Positiveness involves expecting favorable outcomes and maintaining a hopeful outlook, even in the face of adversity. Positive individuals believe in their ability to overcome challenges and achieve their goals.

Resilience: Positivity often goes hand in hand with resilience—the ability to bounce back from setbacks and adversity. Positive individuals are better equipped to cope with stress and adversity, as they view setbacks as temporary and surmountable.

Gratitude: Positivity is often accompanied by gratitude—the practice of appreciating the good things in life, no matter how small. Positive individuals focus on what they have rather than what they lack, leading to greater contentment and satisfaction.

Empathy and Kindness: Positivity extends to interpersonal interactions, where positive individuals tend to show empathy, kindness, and compassion towards others. They uplift and support those around them, fostering positive relationships and a sense of community.

Self-Belief: Positive individuals have confidence in their abilities and believe in their capacity to create positive change in their lives and the world around them. This self-belief fuels motivation and resilience in the pursuit of goals.

English Grammar – had had

Write a phrase using « had had had had »:

To have had been able to have had written a phrase in which « had had had had » were to have featured as a sequence of « hads », I would have had had to have had accepted that the use of punctuation, such as in the famous phrase « James, while John had had ‘had’, had had ‘had had’; ‘had had’ had had a better effect on the teacher »[1], had not been, and would not still be, cheating.

“All the faith he had had had had no outcome on his life.”