Today we want to share Mila’s success story with you.
Mila is Russian, but she lives and works in the USA. She needed to achieve high TOEFL scores to become a licensed pharmacist – and so she did! Her final score is 108 with amazing S26 and W27.
Here’s what she says:
“It was my 9th attempt in last 2.5 years, and 4th since I purchased your courses although I got 26 on Speaking on the 1st time after starting your on-line classes.
In brief, after self-preparation and private tutoring in summer 2013 my speaking score stuck on 24. In January 2014 I purchased the Speaking course. Soon after that I got my very exhausting pharmacy technician job and did not study diligently for the exam although I practiced the intonation and accent with your study materials and some other resources, listened to audiobooks, read AP textbooks in Earth Sciences, Psycology etc. Only in August 2014 I booked the diagnostic test with Jaime. Later I wrote the preparation plan and booked the next TOEFL for February 2015. My Speaking was 26! And Writing 23 🙁 Unfortunately, I couldn’t apply for re-scoring of the Writing section because the ETS already sent my results to the institutions.
Honestly, I knew that the structure of my writing was chaotic because I simply did not know the rules and syntaxis. So, I purchased your amazing Writing program. On the next test my Writing score was already 27 even though on the Speaking section there was a big scandal with two Pearson VUE employees who took away my papers with phrases’ templates right before the timed section started (somehow I managed to get 24). Bad luck, I thought, and did not take seriously the preparation to the next test because I was sure I will get 26 as the first time. It was a really good lesson for me, but the most important thing was to analyze my test-taking techniques.
As it turned out, the bulldog mood (and a shot of energy drink!) makes the difference for me. So, although my highest score is 109 (R29/L28/S24/W28), the latest test score of 108 (R27/S28/S26/W27) is the most wanted.”