Job finding services MyTEFL review, submitted by Jude.
I have not used their job finding services yet – this is a review of the MyTEFL online TESOL course only.
I was really impressed at how the course was structured and how user friendly it was.
Their study program consists of TESOL materials presented in attractively laid out modules; followed by multiple choice questions, which you need to pass 70% off to continue to the next module.
It’s very well presented. Funky even. And for a course costing this much I was expecting this set up after reading through their website presentation.
I managed to pass the course with a high score grade – a combination of my hard work and (again) the way the course was set up.
For a course like this one, I don’t see why a tutor support element is needed. If you focus on and study through the materials effectively, I really can’t see how anyone can fail the course.
Adam, the MyTEFL go-to person, was real helpful when I was asking questions before committing to the course. I think he must be one of the main people behind MyTEFL because I see that he has written articles for MyTEFL on many TESL article sites dotted around the net. He was actually great, and I appreciated his in-the-know advise. I liked how he didn’t try to aggressively sell me on the job placement feature which MyTEFL run parallel to the course.
I just wanted to get the certification under my belt, and wait until the epidemic blows over, so (again) I can’t comment on their job finding services.
Regarding the course though, I was absolutely satisfied.
I learned more than I had expected I would with one of these online courses which I was taking for the first time.
When push comes to shove and I’m ready to use the MyTEFL job finding services, I’ll write an update on this review so others can tell whether it’s worth using this service or not.
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