The TOEFL Preparation class is designed to equip students with the necessary skills to successfully perform on the TOEFL iBT, the primary second-language entry exam at most American universities. These skills include building receptive listening and reading abilities oriented towards an efficient response to exam questions as well as productive speaking and writing abilities which take into consideration an effective analysis of a question and sufficient development of a response. Ultimately, the desired result of this course is to establish a deeper understanding of how to respond to TOEFL exam tasks in each section, cultivate good exam instincts with consideration to time constraints of the test and create self-awareness on the part of the students in regards to any strengths and weaknesses in the context of the test.
Kensia Ducey has been preparing students for TOEFL, GMAT, and GRE exams for over 20 years. She turns boring test prep lectures into energetic classroom practices and motivates her students to do their best.