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WHY ACT?

 
Are you looking to study in the United States?
 
The ACT is a standardized test used for college admissions in the United States. It was first introduced in November 1959 and All four-year colleges and universities in the U.S. accept the ACT.
 
The ACT consists of 4 mandatory tests: (1) English, (2) Mathematics, (3) Reading, (4) Science and the optional Writing Test. Admissions officers use it to judge your academic preparedness for college, so make sure to get the best possible outcome with King’s English.
 

WHY OUR COURSE?

 
We teach students of all ages and abilities and guide each student towards their best possible score GUARANTEED. We offer 30 hour and 60 hour courses for individuals and small groups (2 or 3) of students. Each course is custom designed to enhance the strengths and address the weaknesses of each student. We only offer qualified, experienced, native English speakers to teach the English language content of our courses.

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Qualified experienced native speaker teachers of English will guide you each step of the way as you gain confidence and fluency.

Price : On Request

Max Availability : 20

Difficulty : Advanced Beginner Intermediate

Location : We Come To You

Typology : Group One-To-One

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Covid-19: Update


King’s English จะดำเนินการต่อและให้ตัวเลือกต่อไปนี้แก่นักเรียนของเราทุกคน:

นักเรียนสามารถทำแบบฝึกหัดผ่านอินเทอร์เฟซการเรียนรู้ออนไลน์เช่น Skype หรือ Zoom

As of Sunday, 17th May, the Thai Government is relaxing its rules regarding the opening of certain establishments: one of those kinds of businesses is "Tutorial Schools".

As of Monday, 18th May, GK Consultants will once again open its doors to welcome current students and also new students. Strict safety procedures will remain in effect: cleaning hands upon entry and exit and regular hand-washing with soap and water and/or cleaning hands with alcohol-based disinfectant gel which we provide as needed.

Those students who prefer to continue learning with us via the online platforms, Skype and Zoom, will be able to do that for as long as they wish. I have been very heartened by the success of our online teaching procedure and our students and their parents have been delighted that the learning process has been able to make such a seamless transition to this kind of study.

Best wishes and continue to stay safe!

 

Gary King

Director