The TOEFL (Test of English as Foreign Language) is an English-language test recognized by over 9,000 universities around the globe. It is a standardized exam that aims to measure a non-native student's language skills (reading, writing, listening, and speaking) to be used in the academic setting before being eligible for enrollment.

SEC Fun English offers a 4-month course that will prepare you for the TOEFL examination. This program will help you improve your English language skills as well as teach you useful tips and strategies to help you reach your full potential for the TOEFL exam.

Course features:

  • The course will use study materials that has been proven and tested to be effective in preparing the students for the exam.
  • The course will cover all the English skills (reading, listening, speaking, writing) that will be tested in TOEFL.
  • The course will regularly give the test-taker exercises and mock exams to help him or her be comfortable to the TOEFL testing environment.
  • SEC will provide you with skilled and friendly instructors to work with you through the whole course.

Suggested Books:

The Official Guide to the TOEFL Test

Cambridge Preparation for the TOEFL Test


1st month: Speaking

- Introduction to TOEFL exam and format

- Introduction to speaking portion: Strategies for organization and development of answers.

- Vocabulary List

- Pronunciation Drills for speaking practice sections

- Mock test

- Feedback

2nd month: Reading

- Introduction to reading portion: Strategies for coping with long reading sections and dealing with multiple choice questions.

- Review of Important Note-taking techniques

- Reading activities to help increase speed and familiarity with types of reading questions

- Vocabulary List

- Mock test

- Feedback

3rd month: Listening

- Introduction to listening portion: Strategies for listening and note-taking.

- Activities to improve listening skills

- Practice Listening Drills

- Mock test

4th month: Writing

- Introduction to writing portion: How to brainstorm and organize a 5-paragraph essay

- Outlining

- Practice essay writing and basic grammar reviews

- Learning to write strong arguments

- Mock test

- Feedback