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Amelie in France I am currently unemployed since I took a year off and will be traveling.
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Leo in France I am doing a master degree in business studies in France. I will probably give the iPod to my mum. This test is used by lots of companies around the world to determinate if someone is good enough in terms of English understanding for a job position.
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The test gives a comprehensive assessment of your ability and a good idea of what the real test is like. Thanks a lot for the iPod Shuffle and I will listen to it every day when I commute. As for the iPod, I will find it very useful because I can connect it to my car when I have to travel to my hometown, which is often; and I train everyday and music is very important because it is what motivates you.
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Dennis in Taiwan I teach beginniner to intermediate English at the elementary and junior high school level as well as conversational English with adults. I'll listen to my favourite jazz and classical music while on the go to my workplaces by bus, or when I'm doing my exercise routines! I personally believe that the TOEIC test is a great way to assess a person's reading comprehension and listening ability. Thank you.
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Salinee in Thailand I am a student. I'll be using this Ipod shuffle to listen to songs on my way to class and also exercises to help me improve my English skills.
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I am currently attending graduate school in Japan. The iPod Shuffle will be very useful when studying a foreign language, such as English or Japanese. It is important to train your ear because exams like TOEIC becomes a lot easier with sufficient practice and exposure. Joao from Brazil I am a dentist and I will use my iPod Shuffle to listed music and audiobooks in my free time and when I'm in the bus or waiting for late patients. Henok from Philippines I am a high school math teacher.
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I am taking this TOEIC exam for my future career as the level of English a person obtains is very important for a persons future now so I am trying hard. I will be using this iPod shuffle when I go to the gym and workout.
The iPod will be perfect for listening it while I do some exercise and a great partner when I'll be traveling. I only trained for it with your test in the Internet, it worked pretty well actually.
I pass it the first time. As I often travel using public transport, my new iPod Shuffle will keep me entertained. The test itself was a good way to measure one's listening skills and also understanding of English language. Laetitia in France I am currently an International Business student in my 4th year of college.
With my iPod Shuffle I will be able to listen to my iTunes music while going to school or when I'm travelling again. It is an excellent way of keeping track of my reading and listening skills in business English, especially considering you can take the test three times. Thanks a lot for providing these tests, considering that I am a business student it is very valuable for me.
As for the IPod Shuffle, I would most likely give it to my younger brother, who misplaced his IPod shuffle in the plane 3 months ago.
While the TOEIC was a lot more challenging, I thought it was realistic because in the real world, we can't get people to repeat themselves all the time just because we couldn't hear them the first time.
There is no negative scoring. To force the appointment, half of the volunteers serving on the Board were driven out by Watanabe. The magazine article also questioned why Watanabe only showed up for work about one day a week. In his defense, Watanabe claimed that he held a ceremonial title and was chairman in name only. As a result, Watanabe claimed that he had little to do with the decision to appoint the son of his girlfriend to the position. The magazine article concluded by asking why someone who is chairman only in name and only working one day a week should receive an annual salary in excess of 25 million yen.
The August 18 article examined the questionable uses of test fees, including a fivefold increase in utility expenses in one year, 13 million spent annually on research about adapting to Chinese culture, sponsorship of poetry readings by the Chinese Poetry Recitation Association, and membership fees to join the Beautiful Aging Association, for which Watanabe happened to be chairman. The article also questioned the relationship between the IIBC and its for-profit partner International Communications School with which it shared office space.
In , Watanabe suddenly resigned from the IIBC, leaving the son of his girlfriend in charge of the non-profit. Watanabe received a 25 million yen retirement payment. The price had to be lowered due to pressure from the Ministry of Trade, which instructed the IIBC to reduce the profits being generated by the test.
However, many Universities in Korea still require a minimum score of Students that cannot achieve a mark are offered to validate their diploma by other means in most of the schools. Some institutions delay the diploma for 1 year after the end of the studies in that case. It is administrated by the Hellenic American Union and it is offered weekly in most major cities in Greece. Cheating was found to take place at Eden College International in London, where freelance invigilators used to conduct the exam.
The college claimed no prior knowledge of the cheating, and had previously sacked three invigilators. ETS stated out it does not hire the invigilators and that it does everything it can to prevent cheating. Some left voluntarily with the majority being deported. The TOEIC test is a two-hour multiple-choice test that consists of questions divided into questions each in listening comprehension and reading comprehension.
Each candidate receives independent marks for written and oral comprehension on a scale from 5 to points.