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November 21, 2005

TOEFL iBT Seminar

Next Generation TOEFL® (TOEFL® iBT) is scheduled to be introduced from May, 2006 in Japan. The "Structure Section" in TOEFL® CBT (computer-based test) will be abandoned and replaced with "Integrated Tasks", which involve combining the four language skills, reading, listening, speaking, and writing. International Language Centre, Tokyo (ILC Tokyo) will soon introduce its "TOEFL® iBT Preparation Course" and is running a seminar this weekend in advance of the course. Dr. Randolph Thrasher, president of the Japan Language Testing Association and an advisor to ILC, will give the two-part seminar in English. The morning session for instructors runs from 10am to 12pm, with a second session, from 1pm to 3pm for test takers. The fee for the morning session is ¥5000, and for the afternoon session, ¥1000.
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