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    School Placement Test

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    The TOEIC is geared towards professionals trying to gain an edge in the competitive job market. This test is most suited for the business professional with goals of getting an international job. The test format of the speaking and writing test comprises a total of 19 questions combined that focuses on the integration of all their abilities in descriptive essays and in descriptive verbal exercises. The listening and reading sections of the test focuses more on formal aspects of the English language. The areas are distinctly marked off into seven sections. These tests are administered in testing sessions held in a more traditional testing style compared to the TOEFL iBT which is all online. The TEOIC offers testing material online and a course for sale to use to prepare for the test. The TOEIC can be registered online or by…

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    English Reflective Report

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    I just prepared my iPad and earphones after finished, I gave the score by myself.  Toeic practised reading parts 5 and 6 with 52 questions in 30 minutes. The conducted that I used from IPU library. I prepared the question and the answers key for correction and I gave the score. The first test I did in week 3-6 and the second in week 7-9 which I were still need to study hard because even I got better score does not mean I have to stop. From the tests results I can say Toeic practised reading…

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    When the students are still reading, they may want to know what the efficiently international standard is. As informed by ETS (2017), the TOEIC test is worldwide because it includes native-speaker English accents and English academic contents. It is said that there are reading, listening, speaking, and writing parts which take 4.5 hours to finish. Firstly, the reading part, examiners must read academic texts and answer questions. Secondly, the listening part, they must listen to conversations…

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    Taking the English standardized tests tends university students to pay more attention to English. Due to the fact that the purpose of the English standardized tests is an evaluation of the students' English language proficiency, consequently, the students certainly are enthusiastic to learn English more than usual for passing these English standardized tests. As Orie (2008) said that she took the practice exam of TOEIC and she collected more than 500 points then she wanted to improve her scores…

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    Advantages Of TOEFL Essay

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    Basically, the TOEFL is composed of reading, grammar, listening, speaking and writing. In other words, the TOEFL covers all parts of English unlike the other English tests. The TOEIC, which is one of the English tests and very famous in Korea, is only composed of grammar, reading and listening. Other English tests such as G-TELP, OPIC and ECL are not also comprehensive English test as the TOEFL. There is the IETS which is also comprehensive English test, but it is very expensive compared to the…

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    Being a non-English using country, just like other nations in Asia, the demand of English in Japan is extremely high. According to the website Bachelors Degree Online (n.d.), Japan is in the top 10 countries that desperate for English teachers. Even though English is compulsory in the national curriculum from the fifth grade, the lessons focus mostly on grammar. Therefore, Japanese students’ level of English is not really high. According to Hongo (2014), Japan ranked 40th out of 48 countries in…

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    to a certain proficiency level. On the other hand, teachers should know how to use efficient strategy in teaching ELLs and have the ability to deal with students from various levels of English language fluency. Fundamentally, there are many way to assess English language students’ competence whose first language is not English. These tests are set and developed by the United Kingdom or the U.S.A as the source of English language. They are classified according to their functions. Many of…

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    also excelling in Italy with his Italian. He has been teaching ESL for 19 years but English was not his major. He studied Foreign Literature and Languages at the Universita degli Studi “Gabriele D’Annunzio” located in Chieti-Pescara, Italy, however, while studying he also taught English and had this great passion to teach ELS. He taught for 8 years at a private language school and then decided to open up his own school in 2006, Languages for Communications (K-12). He has many certifications…

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    to own an empire someday through small steps at a time. She started her entrepreneurial endeavor through buying and selling chocolate treats to her classmates, from then on, she learned that she enjoyed doing business. In college, she started to become an achiever, she learned to manage her time and set her priorities straight, willing and enjoys to learn new things. Mitzi likes to balance work and play to get all the work done. She is also an extrovert and adventurous person who likes…

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