TOEFL iBT Preparation

Britishey training centre course

Duration: 60 hours

Lesson Hours: 2 hours – 3 hours including breaks

Timetable: two days or three days a week

Minimum Age: 16 Years Old

Entry Level: Intermediate

Class Size: Average 12, maximum 15

Mode of Study: Face to Face / Fully Online

Nature: Part Time / Full Time


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TOEFL iBT Preparation

Be prepared for the TOEFL internet-based exam.



The TOEFL iBT (Test of English as a Foreign Language Internet-based test) is a well-recognised and globally accepted English proficiency test. It is designed to measure the English language abilities of non-native speakers wishing to study, work, or migrate to English-speaking countries. Britishey Training Centre’s TOEFL iBT Preparation Course offers an effective and comprehensive training platform to equip candidates with the knowledge, skills, and strategies needed for success in the TOEFL iBT exam. 

What is TOEFL iBT

The TOEFL iBT is an internet-based test that assesses a candidate’s ability to read, listen, speak, and write in English at the academic level. Many universities, colleges, and organisations worldwide, particularly in the United States, Canada, and Australia, require a specific TOEFL iBT score as part of their admissions criteria for non-native English speakers. With millions of test-takers around the world, TOEFL iBT is considered a reliable measure of one’s ability to communicate in English in an academic and professional context.

Course Content

The TOEFL iBT Preparation Course at Britishey Training Centre covers all four sections of the exam, providing in-depth instruction and ample practice opportunities. The course curriculum includes:

1. Reading: Candidates learn essential reading skills such as skimming, scanning, and summarising, along with strategies to tackle different question types like multiple choice, sentence completion, and summary.

2. Listening: This module focuses on improving listening comprehension, note-taking, and inference abilities, enabling candidates to effectively understand lectures, conversations, and discussions.

3. Speaking: Students develop their spoken English proficiency through techniques that enhance fluency, coherence, pronunciation, and accurate use of grammar and vocabulary. The course includes opportunities for individual and group speaking tasks, with personalised feedback from expert trainers.

4. Writing: Candidates hone their writing skills through lessons that cover essay organisation, coherence, grammar, and vocabulary usage. Students also practice integrated tasks that require them to read, listen, and write as they synthesise information from various sources.

Why do this course at Britishey?

The following reasons validate why candidates should sign up for the TOEFL iBT Preparation Course at Britishey Training Centre:

1. Expert trainers: The centre’s trainers have extensive experience in both teaching and understanding the intricacies of the TOEFL iBT. They employ a well-rounded teaching approach, using up-to-date materials and best practices to optimise learning outcomes.

2. Small class sizes: Britishey Training Centre limits their class sizes to ensure each student receives personalised attention, targeted feedback, and ample opportunities for practice.

3. Adaptive curriculum: The course curriculum is tailored to address students’ individual needs, focusing on the areas where they require the most improvement.

4. Exciting learning environment: The centre offers a lively, diverse, and interactive learning environment through the use of multimedia resources, group activities, and one-on-one interactions to enhance language learning.

5. Mock tests and assessments: Regular standardised mock tests provide candidates with a realistic exam experience, while trainers track and assess their progress toward achieving the required TOEFL iBT scores.

Enrol today in Britishey Training Centre’s TOEFL iBT Preparation Course and unlock your potential to excel in the TOEFL iBT exam, boosting your chances of successfully pursuing academic and professional opportunities in English-speaking countries.