The New Way to Crush The Errors that Have Been Ruining Your TOEFL iBT Speaking & Writing Scores
There’s a new and different way for you to finish with TOEFL iBT and move on with your career.
It’s called The Effective Speaking in Action Method.
It’s very different from the common methods you’re likely familiar with because of how it raises your scores in TOEFL iBT Speaking and Writing by identifying your specific errors and developing automatic accuracy.
As you’ll see, it is 100% customized to your English and it saves you from months of studying for TOEFL iBT.
Best part of all, it doesn’t require you attend classes with students who aren’t at your level or wait for your teacher to be ready.
With it, you can reduce your errors in English by 86% regardless of how many times you failed TOEFL in the past.
So, if you want to start crushing your errors this week, so you can begin making measurable progress towards your career, you want to pay close attention to what I’m about to share with you.
Why it's time to try something new and different...
Even though you are highly qualified and knowledgeable in your field, your life and career feel stuck behind the mile-long traffic jam caused by TOEFL iBT. Most of your family, friends and colleagues don’t have to take it — so they just cannot understand why it is so difficult for you. You might have also told yourself that you should have been able to finish by now because you’ve had so many other successes in your life.
Let's be fair. When you got your degree, the process was relatively easy.
You studied an organized curriculum.
Your professors gave you clear targets.
You were told what books to read and when.
You knew what terminology to memorize.
Your school recommended that you take certain classes first and more advanced classes later.
Everything was step-by-step.
The goals were clear.
And so you succeeded
But with your studies for TOEFL iBT?
Tutors present conflicting strategies.
You haven’t been following any organized, coherent curriculum.
No one told you the prerequisites that make it so much easier to 26 on TOEFL Speaking OR the best sequence to make all the crazy multitasking feel even remotely possible.
You never got any protocols to fix your fossilized errors with grammar, pronunciation and vocabulary.
The score reports are unclear. You have to guess about why you got your score.
And worst of all, the goal itself is vague. I mean, can you explain what 26 on Speaking or 24 on Writing even means?
You’ve been alone and overwhelmed.
That’s why I created The ESA Method.
How The ESA Method is Different
and why it will get results for you
The ESA Method is a powerful blend of digital and tangible resources that you can hold in your hand, so studying feels familiar.
When you become my student, you have access to an extensive resource library of my best video trainings on concepts like:
How to Retrain Old Mistakes
Score-Maximizing Communication Strategies for TOEFL iBT
PLUS you follow my proven study curriculum (more on that in a minute). You also get personal time with me weekly to ask questions and get an estimated score and feedback of specific errors that you’re making.
OUTSIDE OF LESSONS you continue to make daily progress by following the study protocols that retrain old mistakes into automatic accuracy.
And here are a few more reasons how I’m different:
Self-Study Bundles for TOEFL iBT
Reading & Listening
- how to calculate your score
- phrasing to recognize all types of questions
- the “trick” answer choices for each type of question
- notetaking options that help you focus and understand
- study schedules that get results
- the most effective method to memorize lots of vocabulary
- what notes to write for Task 1, 2, 3 and 4
- score-maximizing Topic Development that impresses TOEFL Graders, sentence-by-sentence
- what to do if you don’t understand the lecture or dialogue
- recommended homework (feedback costs extra)
- the basics of how your accent and pronunciation impact your score
Your Custom Plan
Reach your goals faster
Start the life and career you’ve been training for and wanting.