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Taking the NESE Institutional TOEFL® Exam benefits NESE students in many ways. As all ETS exams are internationally recognized, and as NESE offers this exam every 4 weeks, NESE students are easily able to objectively demonstrate their progressive achievement to outside institutions. Taking this exam every session also provides university-bound NESE students with frequent practice for the Official TOEFL® Exam, should the institution of their choice require it. However, fortunately, NESE's Institutional TOEFL® Exam is accepted by many of NESE’s NUPS Partner Institutions in place of the Official TOEFL® Exam. NESE students benefit from the school's long history of teaching TOEFL® courses and providing the Institutional TOEFL® Exam, and because of our experience in this area, NESE students are poised for success.
(Completion of Level 5 or Initial Placement into Level 6 Required)
At NESE, students learn more than just language; they learn American culture as well. Students are required to have textbooks for classes, and will be given homework from them, but they should be prepared for much more. In class, they will read newspapers and magazines, watch DVDs, role-play, do exercises in the computer lab, and interview Americans. NESE also adheres to an English-only policy at the school, which further immerses students in the language day to day and moment to moment. Because NESE's intensive program exposes students to American language and culture, students are given access to the fastest language learning possible.
NESE recognizes that students have needs and goals that are different from those of professionals. Further, no two students are alike, each having his own unique learning style, purposes, strengths, and weaknesses.
Because recognizing and working with these individual differences is what NESE specializes in, students at NESE feel especially well supported.
9:00 to 3:15 Five Days per Week
NESE’s 10-level Intensive Program is ideal for students who want to maximize their learning opportunity in the United States. The program is challenging and students progress rapidly. Each class lasts for 90 minutes with no scheduled breaks, providing students with one of the most intensive programs that exists. Students are expected to be on time for class, do their homework, and speak English whenever they are on the school premises.
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9:00 to 12:30 Five Days per Week
NESE’s 10-level Semi-Intensive Program is ideal for students who would like to improve their English but are equally interested in other aspects of life in the United States. Because this program lasts only half a day, students have time to travel and explore other interests. NESE students participating in the Semi-Intensive Program have full access to all NESE facilities, such as the choice of a dormitory or homestay accommodation, weekend trips, student clubs, and unlimited free access to e-mail and the Internet. Students participating in this program are also welcome to spend their out-of-class time using NESE’s academic facilities in order to study, listen to English-training CDs, or watch videos at NESE.
If there are only a very few students in a class, the class will not be divided by age.
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