Private English lessons for TOEIC / TOEFL preparation
- When : During the week or on the weekends, during the day or in the evening
- How : By a native teacher at home
- Duration : 1 or 2h per week
- Price : From 38€ / h (19€ after tax exemption)
TOEIC and TOEFL preparation : we offer 12th graders (Terminale) university/college preparations through English lessons at home, in order to work with a native English-speaking teacher on the most common English exams such as the TOEIC, TOEFL and Cambridge Certificate.
Preparing decisive exams of TOEIC and TOEFL
As time goes by, English exams become more and more predominant in French universities and can become a necessary condition for success, whatever the course of study :
High schoolers (lycéens) who wish to study abroad are required to take these exams in order to prove their aptitude for studying a foreign language.
Those who wish to continue their studies in France are confronted with these sort of exams, whether it be to be admitted in a university exchange program (Erasmus etc.) or to have their school diploma recognized (business and engineering schools).
We offer lessons led by an English-speaking teacher so that high schoolers (lycéens) can effectively prepare for these exams that are pivotal for their future.
Our private courses to study for TOEIC and TOEFL
Our private lessons are given by native English-speaking teachers (British, American, Australian, New Zealand etc.). They have teaching experience and know the subtleties of the TOEFL and TOEIC. They give out practical advice and help improve the student's oral understanding (the lesson is 100% in English) and expression (accent, memorization of idiomatic expressions, specific vocabulary...), two fundamental skills for the exams.
Close to your home
Our option for Private English lessons for TOEIC / TOEFL preparation is available at :
Contact us : 01 83 95 41 74 or by email
Other options English courses for teenagers
- HOLIDAYS : Courses during the holidays
- Middle school
- High schoolers
- English European section
- Prepar an expatriation
- Lesson for 12th graders