Wall Street English’s track record in English teaching speaks for itself with a dedicated team of qualified teachers currently helping thousands Hong Kong people to improve their English proficiency. Here are their successful stories!
Wall Street English Tsuen Wan Center student
It was really comforting to know that my teacher, Walter, is extremely experienced and knowledgeable in IELTS.
My name is Charmaine and I am currently a form 6 student. Getting into a world-renowned University such as the University of Cambridge has always been my goal and dream, but that means I need to achieve a score of at least 7.5 on the IELTS exam. So, I did a little bit of research and found Wall Street English as one of the IELTS preparation course providers on the market.
Prior to taking the course, I was quite worried about my speaking and writing and was not sure how I would perform in the exam. So, it was really comforting to know that my teacher, Walter, is extremely experienced and knowledgeable in these areas. Over the duration of the course, I was able to acquire some very practical skills and tactics and learned how they could be applied to the weekly speaking and writing exam tasks. That together with valuable teacher feedback really helped us boost both our ability and confidence.
The one-on-one mock session near the end of the course was also quite impressive. The whole experience felt authentic and Walter was thoughtful enough to include some surprise topics along with a few challenging questions just to see how I would react. That proved to be very useful because I felt more than prepared when the time came for the actual exam.
I am happy to say that I achieved my target IELTS score and have recently submitted my application to Cambridge. Although I am feeling a little anxious as I am waiting for their reply, I am extremely excited at the same time about my future. I would like to express my sincere gratitude to my teacher Walter and Wall Street English for making this possible.
Wall Street English Shatin Center student
I can now order food and drinks outside and pronounce words and sentences much better than before.
Hello, my name is Apple and I am living and studying in Hong Kong at the moment. I started studying at Wall Street English because I want to have more interaction and casual conversations with people in Hong Kong. In the beginning, it was very difficult to talk to other students and teachers. Now I don’t feel shy anymore and everyone at Wall Street helps me to feel comfortable and try my best to communicate in English. After 3 months of studies, I can now order food and drinks outside and pronounce words and sentences much better than before. I am very thankful to everyone at Wall Street who helps me with my questions and I’m very excited to continue my course and learn more.
Wall Street English Causeway Bay Center student
It helped me build up my confidence and fluency in expressing myself and in describing things in English.
Hi, my name is Gabriel. I am a 16-year-old, high school student.
I am planning to immigrate with my family to another country, so I will need to take the IELTS exam. I am currently studying the General English course and will then move onto the IELTS course straight after. The reason for this is to strengthen my English foundation so that I am prepared to learn more advanced English. My objective is to score 7 in the IELTS exam next year.
So far, I have found that my self-confidence and personal development has grown. My vocabulary has improved a lot and I am now able to substitute different words, when in the past I struggled to vary my vocabulary. During the CC class the speaking practice has helped me build up my confidence and fluency in expressing myself and in describing things in English, when in the past I was very shy. All the teachers are native speakers and are very friendly and encouraging when I speak to them. This has given me the courage to not be afraid to talk to foreign English speakers outside of WSE anymore.
There was one SC class that stood out for me. The topic of the class was about food. I discovered that a lot of dishes in the US were not produced locally. A lot of the foods and recipes were imported into the US from other countries. I found that the SC topics and vocabulary used were very interesting and very different to classes found in typical schools. I also enjoyed having EN classes, as the grammar and other skills learnt were very useful. The combination of classes, which included EN, CC and SC, made the English learning experience interesting and easier to understand.