Key facts:

100 minutes
A2 to C1
Any weekday

Our TOEIC (Test of English for International Communication) Exam Preparation classes focus on the grammar, vocabulary, pronunciation and the exam skills required for:

• TOEIC Reading and Listening Exam
• TOEIC Speaking and Writing Exam

Course Information

At Alba English, we offer TOEIC classes alongside General English

Super-Intensive TOEIC Course (23h / week)

  • Study General English, Monday – Friday mornings to improve your overall English level (max 12 students), plus small group afternoon classes Monday – Thursday focused on TOEIC exam preparation (1h35 per day, max 4 students)

Note that if you are the only student registered for a Beginner (A1), Elementary (A2) or Advanced (C1) course we may replace your 100-minute group class with a 60-minute 1:1 class and 40 minutes of structured self-study.


Come to our TOEIC classes to...

• …practice exam techniques
• …discover common errors
• …expand your vocabulary
• …work on grammar accuracy
• …practise past papers
• …practise mock speaking and listening tests
• …receive individual feedback on your written work

General TOEIC Information

TOEIC is “an English language test designed specifically to measure the everyday English skills of people working in an international environment.” It is recognised in many countries and used by workplaces as a measure of language skills across all four communication areas: listening, reading, speaking.

This exam is usually taken to be used as part of a job application or to further your career. It focuses on the needs of the workplace. TOEIC was updated in 2016 to reflect the growing use of online communication.

The exam has two forms:

• The Listening and Reading Exam
• The Speaking and Writing Exam (these can be taken separately)

The Listening and Reading Exam

• 2 hours (45 minutes for listening; 75 minutes for reading)
• Multiple choice
• Score from 10 to 990 points
• A1 – C1 CEFR

The Speaking and Writing Exam

• Speaking test takes 20 minutes
• Writing test takes 60 minutes
• Each test score from 10 – 200 points
• Speaking test assesses: pronunciation, intonation, stress, vocabulary, grammar, cohesion and content
• Writing test assesses: grammar, relevance of sentences, quality and variety of sentences, vocabulary, organisation, and ability to support ideas with examples
• A1 – C1 CEFR

Key Facts

100 minutes
A2 to C1
Any weekday


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