Al Andalus American Diploma Students Ace the TOEFL

Nov. 2, 2009 - Jeddah, Saudi Arabia – Eight eleventh grade Al Andalus Private School students took the TOEFL test by storm and scored between 550 and 623 on the official IBT test.
Nov. 4, 2009 - PRLog -- Careful preparation and hard work by the students helped them to achieve their goal of scoring between 550 and 600 on the TOEFL at the end of eleventh grade. Most good western universities look for an English proficiency above 550 on the TOEFL for serious admission consideration.
This achievement is a turning point in Saudi education because it not only demonstrates what is possible for second language students but it clearly affirms the delivery of quality education in Saudi schools.
TOEFL Scores Table
Name                                     Score IBT   Score PBT
Ahmed Jamjoom                      106   623
Abdulrahman Talal M. Ali   98   597
Hosam Saud Kateb                        97   593
Mohammed Nasser Alsobai   90   577
Abdulrahman Hossamel Ghoneim   84   563
Mohammed Fahad Jamjoom   83   560
Sahel Al Nouri                         81   553
Ghalib Ghassan G. Abulfaraj   80   550

These students can now enter the university directly without the necessity of learning English for a year or two. The students and parents extend their warm thanks and gratitude to Al Andalus Private School, Mr. Mazin Nusair, the principal, Mr. Is’haq Salahudin, English teacher, and Mr. Muhammad Imran, TOEFL instructor.
For additional information, please contact Mr. Saabir Mark, program director.
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