Preparatory Courses in: TOEFL IBT®, SAT, GMAT

1. TOEFL IBT® (preparation course)

TOEFL IBT® test is compulsory for all students that want to continue their University and Post University studies, within the country or abroad. This course helps to improve the necessary skills in order to perform successfully in the test: Reading, Listening, Speaking, Writing and Vocabulary. In our Community College, you will find the most qualified and certified Instructors for TOEFL IBT®. We provide individual tests to improve your performance, increasing your competences to be successful in TOEFL IBT® exam.

Community College “Harry Fultz” Licensed in February 2006, as a testing center by ETS (International Test Center)

TOEFL IBT® is provided each month in our center. Deadline of registration is 10 days prior to each exam date. Maximum points are 120 and its validity is 2 years from exam date, you can make te registration online:www.ets.org by selecting the date and our center via Internet.

2. SAT (preparation course)

As the nations most widely used college admission test, the SAT is the first step toward higher education for students of all backgrounds. It’s taken by more than two million students every year and is accepted by virtually all colleges and universities. The SAT tests the reading, writing and math skills that you learn in school and that are critical for success in college and beyond. It gives both you and colleges a sense of how you’ll be able to apply the thinking, writing and study skills required for college course work. The SAT provides a trusted, globally recognized indicator of your academic readiness for college. In a way, the SAT is the bridge between the hard work you’ve already done and the college that is the best fit for the future you are about to create.

3. GMAT (preparation course)

The Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) is probably unlike any test you've ever taken in your academic career. The GMAT is a computer-adaptive test designed to provide a common yardstick by which business school admissions committees can measure applicants and their ability to succeed in their M.B.A. programs. The test consists of three sections and is scored on a range between 200 and 800.