Understand How to Fix Fossilized Errors
Pre-Order now to start. Expect feedback the week of January, 2021.
When people finish a full set of responses and essays for TOEFL iBT Speaking and Writing, they often make about 100 mistakes with grammar, vocabulary and pronunciation. Yes, that is even when they get scores like S23-25 and W22-23.
There is a limit to how much you can improve your score for TOEFL Speaking or Writing simply by creating essays and recording your voice.
In order to achieve the advanced scores of S26 and W24, you must have advanced English. This means your grammar, vocabulary and accent need to be largely error-free and fluent.
(Sometimes people are more accurate when they slow down and think a lot… but that also limits their score. Speaking 26 is basically guaranteed when you speak at a natural speed and when you have accurate grammar, vocabulary and accent features. Sorry. It’s hard. You can’t choose between accuracy or speed. You need both.)
You may recognize that you’re making mistakes while you speak or write… but can you stop yourself from making those mistakes in the first place?
If you don’t have an answer, you’re not alone. Fortunately, we can do something about all your mistakes.
When Jaime Miller’s students follow The ESA Method (which you can learn by buying this program), it’s normal to see accuracy improve by 80-85%.
We’re proud of those unusually high statistics.
- There are no pre-requisites needed to join this program.
When you register for “Understand How to Fix Fossilized Errors” you will get…
- An account on this website where you can log in and watch the video class recordings.
- Access to over 6 hours of class recordings, all of which are taught and led by Jaime Miller.
- Memory Pouches and the study protocols that retrain fossilized mistakes–mailed to you on the next business day.
- Feedback from Jaime Miller on your 4 Speaking Tasks and 2 Writing essays for TOEFL iBT.
- At least 20 customized flashcards with your most frequent mistakes in grammar, pronunciation or vocabulary which are limiting your TOEFL iBT Speaking and/or Writing score.
How is using Memory Pouches with customized flashcards different from other tutors and schools’ assignments?
Basically, the difference is our focus on Habit-Development. Any good tutor can explain to you why a mistake is wrong. Sometimes they might teach you something new… but how many times has a teacher told you something that you already know?
For example: “He think_” needs a final /s/ sound. (By the way, this is one of the most common mistakes in TOEFL Speaking Task 2, 3 and 4 and if you need a 26 on Speaking, you must begin consistently pronouncing that final “s” sound.
But how? If all you needed was a tutor to tell you to fix the mistake, you would know it by now, right?
The problem you have is that no one ever taught you a focused study protocol that retrains your accuracy so that you stop making mistakes in the first place.
Jaime Miller’s Memory Pouches are so effective because I’ve already done the work of creating the most effective study protocol you could find. That means you don’t have to experiment or invent one for yourself. Just open the pouch, watch the tutorials, and feel the immediate impact of fixing the errors that lead to a low score.
A True Story from a Student Who Scores 24 in Writing
Hi guys, my name is Shimaa. I want to talk to you today about using Memory Pouches and how that helped me to get 24+ in Writing. I remember before I started with Jaime, I watched a video in YouTube. In that video, Jaime was talking about how to fix fossilized mistakes. Since then, I knew Jaime could help me fix my score in Writing. So I decided to with her. After she taught me how to use the Memory Pouches in July 2020, (pretty much) immediately after reviewing these flashcards with the specific way that Jaime taught me, I got the (Writing) score (for the first time) in a month and a half. It’s really important and useful. Not only I learned how to fix my mistakes in Writing, but also, that helps me improve my score in Speaking. I reduced my grammar mistakes.
A True Story from a Student who is Working Towards Speaking 26
“I wanted to share with you one of my big celebrations this week. Wednesday, I had to call my health insurance and argue with them about coverage for my daughter. Usually, calling them used to be a nightmare because they didn’t understand my English and I felt frustrated every time. But Wednesday, they totally understood me. It was so fluid and easy. Also, I was not frustrated because I could express myself pretty easily.
“I don’t have enough words to say thank you. It’s the result of your method (the classes + Memory Pouches). I’m so glad that I registered in your lessons a few months ago! I think it’s the best thing I’ve ever done since I moved in the USA. You changed my life here for real! Right now, I can communicate with people and I don’t feel frustrated anymore. I know I already told you that but I’m so thankful for what you did and continue to do in my life. Thank you so much Jaime. Thank you so much for the fact that you put so much time and energy to create this method to help foreign people like me.”
The Cost to Start Now (And Expect to Get Feedback January 2021):
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