English knowledge no guarantee of success

Today I took an online lesson and we discussed " Required or not, English knowledge no guarantee of success."

I've taken the TOEIC test many times up to date. There are several reasons, one of which is to check my skills, for example.
Some say the score of the test is more or less meaningless. I believe, however, I have plenty going for me as an English teacher. Let me explain about it.

I'm not only an English teacher, but manager of my class. As such I have to run my own class. What's more, English conversation schools are filled to the brim nowadays. Consumers, parents in this case, have experienced eyes with which to choose one. To make a difference to my class, I've taken the test.
One more thing, let's take an example. Comparing an examinee who has over 900 with one who has around 600. I can say their English skills are different such as vocabulary, reading or listening skills. In fact, when I compare to my old self, my skills absolutely have improved.
Another example is here. If you'd like to make a big impression at the interview test, the score would be helpful.

Don't get me wrong. The score of the test is merely one of the measures. We must not directly regard high scorers as good performers on business or people who have practical English skills and enriched human depth.
I should brush up on teaching skills and encourage my students to keep learning English. They are my set-in-stone rules as a teacher. As an English leaner and manager, I'll, of course, take that kind of the test to inspire myself and to advertise my class.



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Author: VibrantRose TOEIC 935 (2018.4) TESOL認定講師