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TOEFL TEST PREP

Course Code: CEEN 160
Why? That's an easy question to answer. You're going to take this course because you want to prove that your English-language skills are as good as they should be with an official TOEFL score. And that's a very smart thing to do because more than 9,000 colleges, universities and government agencies in 130 countries require your TOEFL certification as proof of proficiency in English. It's a simple equation, really: enroll in the course, improve your performance and voilà, the doors to the future are suddenly wide open.

Your take-away

This course is a great way to help you:
• Improve your performance and score on the iBT-TOEFL exam;
• Develop strategies and skills to better handle the four components of the test: reading, listening, speaking and writing;
• Gain proficiency and confidence in your English skills;
• Integrate and communicate primary and secondary language skills.

Our approach

This is a skills-based, student-centred preparatory course, so you'll be learning through lectures, exercises, assignments and simulated test questions. Preparation and practice are the keys to getting you ready for your TOEFL exam.

Who benefits the most?

• Students who plan to enroll in studies at Concordia University or another institution.
• Candidates for scholarships and/or professional certifications.
• English-language learners who want to track their progress.
• Students and workers applying for visas in countries that require certification of English-language proficiency.

Alumni discount

Concordia University Undergraduate and Graduate Alumni, based on the information maintained by the Office of the Registrar, are waived from paying registration and late registration fees when enrolling for courses at Concordia Continuing Education. In addition, Concordia University Undergraduate and Graduate Alumni will receive a 10% reduction on their tuition fees. The Alumni discount is automatically calculated when students enroll on-line.



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