Past & Current Students All over the World
Full-time ESL Teachers
Blue Canoe Certified Conversation & Pronunciation Teachers
Ivy League Graduate TESOL Teachers
Student Satisfaction Rate
Professional Learning Consultants
M.S.Ed. from UPenn, Blue Canoe certified speaking and pronunciation trainer, has over 6 years' experience in TESOL and related curriculum design. Expert in teaching TOEFL, IELTS, academic English, SAT, GMAT. She is one of the most popular teachers among our students. She helps students break through bottlenecks and efficiently improve scores.
M.S.Ed. from UPenn, Blue Canoe certified speaking and pronunciation trainer, has over 4 years' experience in TESOL including TOEFL listening and speaking and ESL. She worked as an English instructor for 2 years under UPenn’s community English project in the US. Besides helping her students improve speaking and listening scores in exams, she also guides students to better adapt to campus life in the US.
B.A. in English Language Arts from Vassar College. Worked as instructor with US’ biggest education company Princeton Review and as research assistant during his time in Vassar. Has over 2 years' teaching experience in TOEFL and SAT. His humorous and well-organized teaching style has won him great affection from our students.
M.A. in TESOL from Columbia University. New York state certified teacher. Working as instructor in literature and English language arts at a local US high school. Has years of experience in teaching TOEFL, SAT, GRE, etc. in both China and US.
|Advanced IELTS Group Class
|Current score around 5 CET-6 or equivalent English skills
|Intermediate IELTS Group Class
|Current score around 4.5 CET-4 or equivalent English skills
|Basic IELTS Group Class
|Current score around 3.5 basic high school (China) English skills
|VIP One-to-one IELTS Class
|Customized to needs
|Advanced TOEFL Group Class
|Current score around 80 basic high school (China) English skills
|Intermediate TOEFL Group Class
|Current score around 60 basic high school (China) English skills
|Basic TOEFL Group Class
|Current score around 40 basic high school (China) English skills
|VIP One-to-one TOEFL Class
|Customized to needs
Effective learning methods Cover all exam objectives
Effective teaching techniques Cover all exam objectives
Online Immersive Support
24/7 online support Homework feedback and reviews
Customized content Flexible scheduling
Customized analysis of needs Creation of individualized study plans
Listening, speaking, reading, writing overall improvement
Focused exercises Real-time help and feedback
Detailed breakdowns & analyses
Earn desired EPT scores
Frequently Asked Questions
Q1: What course materials do you use?
A1: Our teachers will provide educationally approved individualized materials that best suit each student’s own level and needs.
Q2: How often will the sessions be scheduled?
A2: Generally 2 to 3 hour-long sessions each week. We will adjust the frequency according to each student’s situation.
Q3: What is the class format?
A3: Sessions will take place on our online classroom platform. The online classroom provides highly interactive learning experiences.
Q4: How long will it take to reach my target scores?
A4: Generally within 1-3 months. Exact time span depends on student’s learning pace and commitment.
Q5: Is there any other support service besides the course contents?
A5: Yes. Each student will have a personal Education Coordinator who helps with planning the study, offers timely after-class help, follows up student’s learning progress and gives thorough study reports.
Q6: How much is the course package?
A6: This course package is highly customized. Costs will be determined after an entry evaluation and planning.
Chen was a full-time student at Sichuan University in her sophomore year. With a workload of 5 courses at school, she could not spare much time to prepare for TOEFL. She reached out to We-Education in the hope of getting 100+ on the test as quickly as possible, so that she could transfer to a college in the US.
Chen scored 86 for the TOEFL equivalent introductory assessment. Her Education Coordinator (EC) carefully analyzed her advantages and weak points and customized a learning plan. In the following two months, Chen met with the teacher in the online classroom 2 hours each weekend, while finishing all daily practices assigned by the EC and the teacher together. Chen got a total score of 105 in her first TOEFL attempt and successfully transferred to University of Michigan—Ann Arbor.
Liu studied in a high school in Canada. Just like many teenagers at his age, he lacked the self-discipline to test-prep on his own, but an IETLS score is a must to apply for college. He came to We-Education for the VIP 1-on-1 IELTS course, and his goal was to reach 6 in the test so that he could have a better chance of getting admitted to his ideal university.
Liu scored 3.5 for the IELTS equivalent entry evaluation, which showed that he needed significant improvements in his English skills. His Education Coordinator helped figure out his main issues and created a stage-by-stage 3-month plan. Every during these 3 months, the EC guided Liu to finish his daily vocabulary and grammar tasks. In a practice test after the first stage, his score improved to 5. The EC adjusted his learning plan and daily tasks accordingly for the next 2 months, and eventually Liu scored 6 on his first real IELTS test.