TOEFL preparation in Taipei

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TOEFL preparation in Taipei

Postby Taruhn » 31 Jul 2012, 09:00

My son needs to prepare for the TOEFL until the end of this year.
I googled for some preparation centers and I only found the Taipei Language Institute. So far my plan is to enroll him at the TLI and look for aditional one-on-one classes.
Does anyone have another idea or advice? Thanks in advance.

We will be arriving in Taipei on August, from Brazil.
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Re: TOEFL preparation in Taipei

Postby BigJohn » 31 Jul 2012, 10:57

Taruhn wrote:My son needs to prepare for the TOEFL until the end of this year.
I googled for some preparation centers and I only found the Taipei Language Institute. So far my plan is to enroll him at the TLI and look for aditional one-on-one classes.
Does anyone have another idea or advice? Thanks in advance.

We will be arriving in Taipei on August, from Brazil.


There are many TOEFL test preparation centers in Taipei city. A large percentage are clustered around the area immediately south of Taipei Main Station, and around one street - Nanyang Street (Jie) in particular.

Some OK ones are Merica http://www.merica.com.tw ELITE and Howard. There may be other good ones as well. Usually though it depends on the teacher.

I have taught TOEFL for quite a few years. If your son needs a tutor you can contact me through PM and we can talk it over.
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