IELTS on the web!!

Here are a list of websites that we recommend you check out for your own personal preparation for the IELTS.  Please post any other sites that you have found useful.  The more we can add to the list the better. Here is a list of more general websites that you may … Read more


Recently the TOEFL changed their reading section.  Now you will have a maximum of four reading passages, instead of five.  So the reading section will now either be 60 minutes for three, or 80 minutes for four passages. Also, the time will not be separated for each passage.  You will have to monitor and organise … Read more

TOEFL and TOEIC for Visas

The UK Home Office is now accepting the TOEIC and the TOEFL exams as proof of your English level for visa and immigration requirements.  For more specific details follow these links; ETS website: Home Office: EC London runs preparation courses for both the TOEFL and TOEIC exams and is even an official TOEIC … Read more


Do you use websites to practise your English skills for your exams? Here is a list of websites that you may find useful as resources to practice your reading, listening, vocabulary, grammar  and summarising skills in English for exams such as the TOEFL, IELTS, TOEIC and Cambridge exams. – American news and culture website.  Good … Read more

TOEFL For UK Universities

Planning to study in the UK, but not sure what English qualifications you may need. Did you know that the TOEFL test is accepted as an English entrance exam in over 250 universities, colleges and academic institutions across the UK.  To see if the institution you are interested in accepts it, see here: For … Read more


Never heard of the TOFU….er TOEFL?  It’s the Test Of English as a Foreign Language and  EC London runs a 4 week, 30 hour a week TOEFL Crash Course. The course is designed to prepare you with all of the strategies and practical tips needed to fly through the official iBT TOEFL Exam. More than … Read more