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Event

Name TOEFL 101
Date Jun 4 (Thu)
1:00pm EDT / 10:00am PDT
Duration: 1h 00m
Location Online
Speaker

Ian Harkins

Description

Join Applerouth Tutor and TOEFL expert Ian Harkins to review the TOEFL's test structure, content, and how to develop a focused test-prep plan.

Ian, a Premium Applerouth Tutor, joined the team after graduating in 2011 magna cum laude graduate from Cornell University, with a BA in Political Science and minors in International Relations, European Studies, and Theatre Arts. A lifelong New York-Londoner, Ian has tutored hundreds of students throughout his career and has worked frequently as a language tutor. A great lover of art and art history, Ian has a lifelong passion for acting and the theatre, as well as things ice hockey!

During this session we will review:

  • TOEFL Timing + structure
  • Content tested on the TOEFL
  • How colleges use TOEFL scores in admissions
  • How to develop the best testing plan for your student
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