Course SummaryEnsure that your employees are well-prepared to take the Test of English for International Communication (TOEIC) Listening and Reading exam. The lessons found in this course address comprehension tips and strategies for effective listening and reading.
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Your employees can refer to this comprehensive guide to help them reinforce or further develop their reading and listening comprehension skills that are assessed on the TOEIC Listening and Reading exam. These lessons provide opportunities for detailed study of listening and critical-thinking skills, conversation and short-talk comprehension strategies and tips for becoming an overall better listener. Other lessons discuss literary interpretation, context, word meaning and reading visualization practices. Some lessons are devoted entirely to practice questions that enable users to complete sentences, fill-in-the-blanks and answer multiple-choice questions based on given reading passages.
About the Exam
TOEIC exams are assessment tests used in thousands of companies in 150 countries that help employers determine the level of an employee's English language comprehension and communication skills which are needed in the workplace. The paper-based Listening and Reading exam consists of two parts, each with 100 multiple-choice questions. Students are given 45 minutes to complete the Listening section and 75 minutes to complete the Reading section. Test scores are determined based on the number of questions answered correctly for each section, which are converted on a scale of 5-495. TOEIC exams are used to determine ability only; there are no passing or failing scores.
TOEIC Listening and Reading Exam Preparation & Registration
By using this extensive study guide, employees can review topics and complete practice questions to fully prepare them for the TOEIC Listening and Reading exam. They will gain insight into the listening process and learn how to better recognize signal words, transitions, tone and more, as well as improve their note-taking and speech evaluation skills. They will also develop a great understanding of how writing structure affects meaning, how to determine mood and tone in writing, use big picture reading strategies and infer intended meaning in a reading passage. Short lessons are easily accessed from any device at all times, so you can arrange study sessions in the workplace or have employees refer to the course when it's most convenient for them. Use self-assessment quizzes to determine their readiness for taking the TOEIC Listening and Reading exam.
A company must contact a local Educational Testing Service (ETS) office to inquire about test dates and locations nearest them. This query can be phoned, faxed or emailed. Once testing availability has been established, registration is conducted online through the ETS website. Personal information and payment of test fees is completed online during this registration process. Valid ID must be presented at the test location on the day of the exam.
The TOEIC Listening and Reading exam is a registered trademark of the Educational Testing Service (ETS), which is not affiliated with Study.com.
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