TOEFL® Program Shares Latest News at Upcoming Student Fairs in Canada
TOEFL Participates in Events in Toronto, Ottawa, Halifax, Vancouver, Calgary and Montreal
- David Waterman
- David Waterman
Princeton, N.J. (September 19, 2013) —
As students across Canada embark on a new school year and begin to explore higher education opportunities, representatives from the TOEFL® Program will participate in a number of upcoming student fairs hosted by Recruit in Canada® and the National Education Fair.
Test takers will be given the chance to learn about the latest information regarding the TOEFL test, the most widely accepted academic English-language assessment used for undergraduate and graduate admissions worldwide.
"The upcoming student fairs provide a convenient forum for test takers to ask any questions that they may have pertaining to the TOEFL test," commented Pamela Treves, Director of the TOEFL Brand. "The TOEFL Program has released new study prep tools this year which we believe test takers will find beneficial to their study preparations. We look forward to sharing those new resources and the latest information regarding the TOEFL test at the upcoming student events."
The Recruit in Canada events will take place:
- September 21 in Toronto at the Toronto Convention Centre
- September 22 in Ottawa at the Ottawa Convention Centre
- September 24 in Halifax at Kenneth C. Rowe Heritage Hall
- September 26 in Vancouver at the Vancouver Convention Centre
- September 28 in Calgary at the BMO Centre at Stampede Park
The National Education Fair will take place:
- October 16, 17, 18 in Montreal at the Place Bonaventure Montreal
For more information about the TOEFL test, including free sample test questions and study resources, visit the TOEFL Go Anywhere website at www.TOEFLGoAnywhere.org.
About the TOEFL Test
The TOEFL iBT test, the most widely accepted academic English-language assessment, is recognized by more than 9,000 institutions in more than 130 countries. The TOEFL iBT test measures an individual's ability to use and understand English at the university level. The assessment evaluates how well an individual combines the listening, reading, speaking and writing skills needed to perform academic tasks.
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