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This is a Placement Test for students who wants to learn HTML/CSS.

This is the placement test for all students who wish to enroll in Computer science Generale course.

French :

C'est le test de niveau pour tous les apprenants qui souhaitent s'inscrire au cours d'informatique générale.



This is the placement test for all English learners of ALL IN ONE-BENIN. It helps the administration and staff of experts to evaluate your score level and assign you to an appropriate Level class. Do your best for the test and Good Luck !

Ce test vous donnera une idée de votre niveau de la Langue Française.

The International English Language Testing System (IELTS) measures the language proficiency of people who want to study or work where English is used as a language of communication. It uses a nine-band scale to clearly identify levels of proficiency, from non-user (band score 1) through to expert (band score 9). 

This course will help you score highest band

This course prepares you for the TOEFL IB test.

This course prepares you for the GMAT. 

The Graduate Management Admission Test, or GMAT, is an important part of the business school application process. The GMAT is a multiple-choice, computer-based and computer-adaptive standardized exam that is often required for admission to graduate business programs (MBA) globally.

The GMAT is developed and administered by testmaker GMAC

This course prepares you for the GRE.

Measure

Number of Questions

Allotted Time

Analytical Writing
(One section with two separately timed tasks)

One "Analyze an Issue" task and one "Analyze an Argument" task

30 minutes per task

Verbal Reasoning
(Two sections)

20 questions per section

30 minutes per section

Quantitative Reasoning
(Two sections)

20 questions per section

35 minutes per section

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Research²

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The first required Reading course for ALL IN ONE-BENIN students in a sequence of 2 hours a week courses designed to teach academic reading of American English. Emphasis on beginning college skills required for success in college content courses, including vocabulary development, words in context, paragraph comprehension, test- and note-taking, and dictionary use.


Prerequisite : Placement Test


Duration of the class : 12 hours total (20 min twice a week of reading + 02 quizzes + 02 exams)


Course Objectives

Upon successful completion of the course, each student will be able to:

Apply effective study skills such as following written and oral directions, using a dictionary, applying test-taking strategies, using flash cards, completing graphic organizers such as outlines and concept maps, utilizing skimming and scanning techniques

Apply functional reading skills to the reading of maps and legends or other graphical information sources.

Identify main ideas and supporting details in reading selections from books, magazines, newspapers, textbooks, and other original sources.

Respond orally and in writing to basic information questions (who, what, where, when, why, how) to demonstrate comprehension of reading selections.

Use basic interpretive reading skills to answer questions orally or in writing related to ideas, themes, characters, or sequences of events in a passage.

Use vocabulary from various sources in written responses such as journal entries, answers to oral and written questions, and paragraphs on topics from assigned readings that may include books, magazines, newspapers, textbooks, and other original sources.


An introductory course designed to enhance the speaking and listening skills of non-native English speakers. Emphasis is on pronunciation, stress, rhythm, and intonation patterns of American English. Oral communication, listening comprehension, and vocabulary development are stressed. Students build their skills through instruction and intensive practice.


Prerequisite : Placement Test


Duration of the Class : 20 hours lecture and practice. 02 quizzes and 02 exams and Additional 05 hours of individual practices per week.


Course Outcomes

Upon completion of the course, the student will be able to:


Set oral communication goals for improving pronunciation, grammar, and fluency in American English.

Recognize and pronounce the sounds of American English, including linked and reduced phrases to increase intelligibility in English.

Predict stress in words and demonstrate the ability to produce stress appropriately.

Recognize appropriate patterns of stress, rhythm, and intonation and use these patterns to increase intelligibility in English.

Display listening comprehension skills commensurate with an intermediate level of English.

Engage in guided conversation practice applying newly learned communication skills.

Ascertain the pronunciation of new words using the phonetic codes in the text and in dictionaries.


The first course for American English Language Program (AELP) students in a sequence of four courses designed to teach academic writing of American English. Emphasis on parts of speech, basic sentence patterns, and appropriate use of verb tenses.


Prerequisite : Placement Test


Duration of the Class : 12 hours. 02 quizzes and 02 exams and Additional individual practices.


Course Outcomes

Upon completion of the course, the student will be able to:

Demonstrate knowledge of basic American English grammar by identifying basic grammar structures, including sentence patterns and basic verb forms and tenses.

Produce complete sentences.

Recognize and use targeted academic vocabulary in writing.

Use the basic writing process to produce content-based paragraphs both in and out of class of a minimum of 100 words with the following characteristics: topic sentences and specific supporting details and unity and coherence.

The second required course in the reading sequence for ALL IN ONE-BENIN learners in a sequence of 2 hours a week courses. Students continues the teaching of academic reading of American English begun in the first course. Emphasis on intermediate college skills required for success in content courses, including vocabulary development, critical thinking, paragraph and essay comprehension, textbook and media analysis, test- and note-taking, and dictionary use. 

Prerequisite : Placement Test or a Grade of 80% for (RC102) 

Duration of the class: 12 hours total (20 min twice a week of reading + 02 quizzes + 02 exams) 

Course Outcomes :  Upon completion of the course, the student will be able to: Apply a variety of study skills, which may include outlining, using graphic organizers, following directions, note taking, test-taking strategies, mnemonics, and paraphrasing. Demonstrate mastery of targeted academic vocabulary. Determine the meaning of unfamiliar vocabulary in context using a variety of strategies in order to comprehend text. Explain and use collocations and idiomatic expressions. Explain the relationships within and between sentences and paragraphs in a variety of text types and possibly in a variety of media. Identify stated and implied main ideas, major and minor supporting details, and patterns of organization. Summarize reading passages using paraphrasing.

Emphasizes the development and use of language skills necessary for understanding others and expressing oneself orally in American English in academic, professional, and social contexts. The course includes vocabulary development, practice with appropriate language structures, and discussion of important aspects of cross-cultural communication. Students in Business english would also be required to complete the Business Assignments as indicated with BE.


Prerequisite : Placement Test or a Grade of 80% for (LS101)


Duration of the Class : 20 hours lecture and practice. 02 quizzes and 02 exams and Additional individual practices.


Course Outcomes

  • Upon completion of the course, the student will be able to:

  • Demonstrate a fundamental competency in academic listening and note-taking.

  • Demonstrate appropriate use of targeted American English idioms and academic vocabulary.

  • Demonstrate control of basic structures of spoken English grammar.

  • Participate effectively in class as group members and presenters.

  • Present organized spoken discourse on a given topic.

  • Recognize rules of appropriate academic and professional interaction.

  • Use communication strategies in collaborative contexts.

Course Description: Every organization using a database management system (DBMS) to manage data requires a database administration group to ensure the effective use and deployment of the company's databases. Since most modern organizations of any size use a DBMS, the need for a database administrator (DBA) is greater today than ever before. However, the discipline of database administration is neither well understood nor universally practiced in a coherent and easily replicated manner. This course will explore a range of basic skills to allow any user to create and manage data in a corporate/business environment.


Prerequisite: Placement Test or this course is designed for any student who have some basic foundations in computer or have completed successfully Informatique General Class (IGN101) level

Duration of the Class: 

  • Regular: (60 Hours) 03 hours once a week. This class lasts an average of 20 weeks.
  • Express: (40 Hours): 03 hours once a week. This class lasts an average of 12 weeks.


Course Outcomes

Upon completion of the course, the student will be able to:

  • Creating the Database Environment

  • Data Modeling and Normalization

  • Database Design

  • Application Design

  • Design Reviews

  • Database Change Management 

  • Data Availability


Description de la classeLe premier cours d’Informatique requis pour les étudiants/apprenants de All In One-Benin dans une séquence de cours de 02 heures par semaine conçus pour les utilisateurs débutants de niveau et en fait assez amusant et divertissant. Apprendre n'a jamais été aussi simple et facile. Notons que les travaux pratiques se déroulent actuellement sur des PC- ordinateurs fonctionnant sous le système d’exploitation Windows de Microsoft. Les logiciels installés sur ces machines permettent de se familiariser avec le traitement de texte, les tableurs et différents logiciels de traitement de données. Les étudiants apprendront à rédiger un rapport présentant, sous forme attractive, des données numériques préalablement analyses et des presentations PowerPoint. Toutes les machines sont reliées à l’Internet. Une part importante des travaux pratiques sera orientée vers la maîtrise des nouvelles possibilités offertes aux scientifiques par ce nouveau moyen de communication. Tous les étudiants sont amenés à utiliser le courrier électronique et le WWW. Nous indiquerons aussi comment trouver rapidement des informations pertinentes sur le Web.

Prérequis : Test de Niveau

Durée de la classe:  25 heures : 1 séance de 2heures par semaine. 02 Devoirs et 02 examens. 80% est exigé pour passer au niveau intermédiaire, et des pratiques par semaine (au moins 5 heures de devoirs de maison)

Résultats attendus du Cours

À la fin du cours, l'étudiant sera capable de:

  • D’avoir une connaissance du vocabulaire informatique en son sens général
  • Savoir utiliser des systèmes d'exploitation afin de gérer les applications et les fichiers
  • Savoir utiliser une suite bureautique (Word, Excel, PowerPoint) afin de créer des documents correctement mis en forme et de gérer son emploi du temps et ses présentations.


Description du Cours: Un cours d'initiation conçu pour améliorer les capacités d'expression et d'écoute des locuteurs francophone non francophones. L'accent est mis sur la prononciation, le stress, le rythme et les modes d'intonation du français. La communication orale, la compréhension à l'écoute et le développement du vocabulaire sont soulignés. Les élèves développent leurs compétences grâce à l'enseignement et à la pratique intensive.

Prérequis : Placement test /test de niveau

Durée de la classe: 20 heures au total (02 devoirs + 02 examens)

Résultats attendus

À la fin du cours, l'étudiant sera capable de:

Définir des objectifs de communication orale pour améliorer la prononciation, la grammaire et la maîtrise du français.

Reconnaître et prononcer les sons de la langue française, y compris les phrases liées et réduites pour augmenter l'intelligibilité en français.

Prédire le stress des mots et démontrer la capacité à produire le stress de façon appropriée.

Reconnaître des modèles appropriés de stress, de rythme et d'intonation et utiliser ces modèles pour augmenter l'intelligibilité en français.

Affichez des habiletés de compréhension orale correspondant à un niveau intermédiaire de français.

S'engager dans une pratique de conversation guidée en appliquant les compétences de communication nouvellement acquises. 

Vérifier la prononciation de nouveaux mots en utilisant les codes phonétiques dans le texte et dans les dictionnaires.

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