Employment season is drawing near. And lots of job-seekers are interested in TOEIC (Test of English for International Conversation). Here are some comments from people who have been living in TOEIC Frenzy.
900 points: I realized how I could get a high TOEIC score. My tedious TOEIC training is over. I have a bright future before me!
700 points: Nowadays, even studying TOEIC for one hour in the library is hard for me. I have to memorize many English words as soon as possible. Today, I am also heading for YBM, a famous private English institute. YBM teaches a secret method to get 900 points in TOEIC.
500 points: I am grappling with an elementary grammar book as usual. I am studying hard to improve my English skills, especially TOEIC. I use the same study materials as others. Studying should make a difference.
300 points: My friend said, "I got 700 on TOEIC. I'll keep trying to get higher scores." So what? I just want to relax and enjoy my campus life. Is it true that my poor score means I won't be getting a job?
Nowadays, we are living in TOEIC frenzy. Even after paying back our IMF debt, we are facing a low employment rate. Many Donggukians are preparing for job recruitment and they are agonizing over their TOEIC scores, which have a great influence on whether they will get a job or not. Does anyone among us have peace of mind? How about replacing our TOEIC books with fiction that can give us a big smile?
The Post email@example.com
<저작권자 © 동국포스트, 무단 전재 및 재배포 금지>