LIVE broadcast of the free TOEFL workshop

The study Outside , in partnership with the Library of the Village  and the Virginia Center School , will hold today a workshop on TOEFL. Required by most universities abroad, the test is a key point for those who want to study abroad. At the workshop, Ana Virginia Kesselring, director of the Virginia Center School - a school specializing in preparing for the TOEFL, will talk to participants about what to do to get a good grade on the test.

Registration is already sold out , but we are going to broadcast LIVE so that everyone can follow the event.

About TOEFL:

TOEFL is an English proficiency exam, administered by ETS, which tests your Listening, Reading, Writing and Speaking (Oral) skills. The exam can be carried out via the internet (the so-called iBT) or on printed paper (the PBT). It is much easier and more common to do the iBT. The final grade of the iBT ranges from 0 to 120 points. Each of the four sections is worth 30 points from the final grade. This exam is valid for two years, costs U $ 210.00 and can be taken in several cities in the country. See  HERE  the places and dates to take the test.

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