This course will help you to achieve the TOEIC score you require. It will give you the skills and knowledge you need to approach the test with confidence.
Lessons specifically adapted to the preparation of TOEIC.
AM lessons: 9.15 – 12.30 (15 min break)
PM lessons: 1.30 – 3.30
Monday – Friday Minimum age: 17
Maximum class size: 6
Course aims and content
Practice tests and feedback
Exam techniques, strategies and tips for achieving the TOEIC score you need
Reading and listening skills and strategies
Grammar practice and vocabulary input
Familiarisation with TOEIC test format
Expansion of business vocabulary knowledge
Improvement in grammar relating to TOEIC test
23 hours per week / £460 per week / £635 per week with accommodation
Enrolment on a course is accepted once the deposit payment of £100, or the full course fees are received.
(providing the appropriate course is available to suit the student’s level and requirements).
6 weeks or more: 5% discount
12 weeks or more: 10% discount
24 weeks or more: 15% discount
(discounts only for courses 15 hours per week and more…)
Exam fee discounts of 10% are also available for internal/existing candidates
1 to 1 lesson: reduction to £35 per hour for 10 or more lessons booked and paid for in advance
Returners discount: 10%
Referral discount 10%
N.B Discounts only apply when the full fees are paid before commencement of course
Discounts not to be used in conjunction with any other discounts or promotions
Book Your Course
Pay Your Deposit
Enrolment on a course is accepted once payment of the deposit (£100) or full courses fees are received and conditional on space being available.
The balance of fees is to be paid 4 weeks prior to the course start date.
Cancellation of a course will result in the loss of the deposit. Any refund for cancellation due to illness is at the school’s discretion.
Once a course has commenced no refund can be made for leaving before the end of the course.
Suzanne Sparrow Plymouth Language School, its staff and representatives will not be liable for any loss, damage, illness, injury or accident to persons or property. Adequate insurance provision should be made prior to