Since 1964 Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) has been used as a standard in evaluating non-native students who are interested in pursuing graduate and post-graduate studies in the United States of America, Canada, Australia, and Great Britain. TOEFL Score is needed not only for graduate studies purposes but also as part of the requirements in hiring foreign employees.
Regular Class (8 hrs)
1:1 class (4 hrs)
4:1 class (4 hrs)
Elective Class (3 hrs)
Morning Class (1 hr)
Evening Class (2 hrs)
PIA started preparing and researching about TOEFL courses since 2008 and eventually opened its own TOEFL program.
The program aims to prepare students for their plans to enroll in graduate schools abroad, particularly in making themselves become acquainted with academic and professional English.
In the event that a student-applicant fails to pass a required cut-off score in any of the modules, he/she is advised to continue with the various EFL courses.
If only 1 student qualifies in a given Test Module class, he/she is provided with 6 hours of 1on1 class only. If there are only 2 students in a group, 4 hours of 1on1 and 3 hours of 2on1 class are given.
It is highly recommended for students to take Power EFL course for at least 8 to 12 weeks before taking TOEFL module.
Sample Schedule of TOEFL Module
The table below illustrates the typical schedule of a student enrolled in TOEFL Module Class.
Power ESL course 8weeks
+ TOEFL 8weeks
Target: Above 45
Target: Above 70
07:30 – 8:10
Morning listening option class
08:20 – 17:10
· Regular class subjects for 8 hours a day during weekdays
· 4 hours of 1on1 class
· 4 hours of 4on1 class
(Each class is composed of 50 minutes)
18:30 – 19:30
20:00 – 21:00
All students in the Advanced Course Campus are required to attend ‘Required Self-Study’.