Month

December 2016

5 Secrets to Taking Good Notes for the TOEFL

Keep it simple. Don’t try to write everything down; you won’t have that much time during the test, or during a lecture when you’re in school. Write down key words and concepts, not sentences. Always try to focus on capturing… Continue Reading →

University Lectures with English Subtitles!!!! Practice your note-taking skills!!

MAKE SURE YOU CLICK CC in the bottom right corner if you are not seeing the English Subtitles   Great Example for Sociology 101 (no subtitles)

How to Improve your Speaking Skills (by yourself)

Great Video by English Fluent

Essay Strategy: 20 Sets of Transition Words / Phrases To Know

Transition words make your writing easier to understand and create relationship between two sentences and ideas. To know these 20 words / phrases sets, just brows the list once a week or better yet – memorize it. In addition, also… Continue Reading →

FluentU + 14 Methods for Improving Your Spoken English Without a Speaking Partner

FluentU is a great way to practice listening and repeating. FluentU takes real-world videos—like music videos, movie trailers, news and inspiring talks—and turns them into personalized language learning lessons. http://www.fluentu.com/english/ Here are 14 methods to improve your speaking: 1. Think… Continue Reading →

Writing the TOEFL Integrated Essay Without Fear: A 7-step Plan

“What will my topic be?” “Will I have enough time to finish my essay?” “How badly will my hand (and brain) hurt at the end of the test?” When you sit down to write the TOEFL Integrated essay, there will probably… Continue Reading →

Sizing Up Colleges: Big vs. Small

As you begin your college search, one of the first decisions you need to make — and one that helps narrow your list — is what size college you want to attend. U.S. colleges offer many options, from small colleges… Continue Reading →

Write a Successful Motivation Letter for Your Master’s

It is very common nowadays that European universities that offer different international Masters degree programs, ask applicants to send a number of important documents like: C.V, transcript of records, Bachelor’s degree diploma, language certificate etc. but one of the key… Continue Reading →

10 Things I Wish I’d Known Before Studying Abroad in the US (Evelyn Robinson)

Last year I swapped my steady student life in Leeds, England, for an unforgettable year abroad in South Carolina. I waved goodbye to weekends in the library and welcomed spending my spare time by the pool, exploring the US and… Continue Reading →

What is the TOEFL??

 If you are a international student looking to study in a university in an English speaking country, then you may need to take a TOEFL test. TOEFL is an acronym of the Test of English as a Foreign Language, which… Continue Reading →

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