TOEFL Test Record broken by Student at FNG Center. Scores 118 over 120.
High TOEFL scores for students at First New Generation Study Center (FNG Center) are fast becoming second-nature. Faith Afekhuai, 17-year-old male student from Edo State, is the highest scoring TOEFL Student in the world this year with 118 marks out of 120. Faith also broke a 7-year FNG record set in 2009 by Bruce Ogwu who scored 117 in the TOEFL test.
TOEFL, Test of English as a Foreign Language, is one of the requirements for admission into American Colleges and Universities. FNG Center has been in the business of preparing students seeking higher education in American tertiary institutions for 2006 with numerous success stories.
An impressive 10-year track record of success and thousands of testimonies was what compelled Faith Afekhuai to enroll for his SAT and TOEFL tests and tutorials at First New Generation Study Center (FNG). Little did he know he would break not only the Test Score Record at FNG but globally.
Faith TOEFL Scores Breakdown:
“I never knew I could ever score this high. I was not focused or determined before I enrolled at FNG. I had always been playful and had a habit of procrastinating till exam day. At FNG, the teachers helped me change my approach, stay focused and self-disciplined. I owe much to them and would easily recommend anyone to them.”
Faith enrolled for study classes in on August 8, 2016 just two months to the October 8, 2016 TOEFL test date and he was focused to learn ‘The Power of Self-Discipline’. He fondly recalls an incident that happened in his 3rd week of study. “I was caught in class doing my home work by my TOEFL instructor, Mr. Ogunniyi, and I was punished severely. I was made to write five (5) essays instead of one and at that moment, I knew I had to be more focused.”
“Focus”, Faith says, is the key to his world-record breaking success. “I worked hard for two months, practising every day and night and I’m still surprised that I was able to score that high. It was quite unbelievable.”
Here are the 3 Tips from Faith on how to pass your TOEFL:
1. Work hard
2. Listen to the Teachers’ Instructions
3. Practice adequately for the Test.
FNG helps students gain admissions to American universities and colleges. We help prepare students for SAT, TOEFL, GMAT and GRE as well as provide visa processing assistance, counseling and advice. Visit us today at 40, Oduduwa Way, Ikeja GRA, Lagos. Or call us on 08069673315, 08062172776, +1-202-236-4035 (International/USA).