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      March 29, 2010 - April 24, 2010


      Louisville, Kentucky 40205

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      TOEFL and Academic English (Louisville - March 29, 2010)

      Prepare with the leader in TOEFL iBT Preparation! TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) is one of the most popular examinations for English, and the internet-based TOEFL iBT is now the preferred version among academic institutions. You will need a good TOEFL score if you are serious about entering a college or university in North America, and the Kaplan Aspect TOEFL iBT and Academic English program is designed to help you achieve that. Prepare for all four sections of the TOEFL iBT and work on the academic English skills you will need to succeed at an English university using materials developed by Kaplan Aspect, the leader in test preparation. Take advantage of the TOEFL simulation tests to help you become accustomed to the test itself and the exam environment. Combine this with a personalized Structured Study plan to meet your needs. Your progress: - Your TOEFL score will improve dramatically and 8 full-length simulations will be administered to measure your progress - You will be awarded a Certificate of Achievement upon completion of the program Course Facts 35 lessons per week - 20 lessons of TOEFL iBT and Academic English - 15 lessons of structured study which includes full-length TOEFL iBT simulated tests! Course Features Start dates: Every 2 weeks Course Length: Flexible 4 - 16 week program Lesson Length: 45 minutes English Levels: Min TOEFL iBT 53 Class size: Average 12, maximum 15 Minimum Age: 16

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