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Getting a complete TOEFL practice test is only half the battle.
You also need to learn the structure of the test and how to study effectively. 

By the end of this short article, you will be able to distinguish the difference between the Reading, Listening, Speaking and Writing sections of the TOEFL. You will also discover five TOEFL study tips to help organize your study schedule and improve your TOEFL score.

The TOEFL Exam Structure

The TOEFL Reading Section

The first part of the exam is the TOEFL Reading section. In the reading section, there are three academic passages of approximately 700 words each. The subjects will consist of texts you might find in a typical university textbook. Following each passage are 10 questions about the reading passage. You will have one hour to read the three passages and answer the 30 questions in total.

There are 10 types of questions in the Reading section of the TOEFL. The frequency of each question type varies. Here is a helpful chart of the question types with examples of the question phrasing.

The Reading Section Question Types

Question Type Frequency
(per section)
Time to Answer Question Phrasing
1. vocabulary 3-6 60 seconds “The word _________ in paragraph 2 is closest in meaning to…"
2. factual information 4-8 90 seconds “According to paragraph 4, what….”
“Which of the following…”
“It is stated in paragraph 4 that…”
3. negative factual information 2-4 120 seconds “All of the following are mentioned in paragraph 3 EXCEPT…”
“Which of the following is NOT mentioned....”
4. inference 2-4 90 seconds “What can be inferred from paragraph 5 about…”
“Paragraph 5 implies that…”
“Paragraph 5 suggests…”
5. rhetorical purpose 2-4 90 seconds “In paragraph 6, the author discusses ________ in order to…”
“Why does the author mention…”
6. sentence simplification 2-3 120 seconds “Which of the sentences below best expresses the essential information in the highlighted sentence in paragraph 4?”
7. insert text 2-3 120 seconds “In paragraph 2 there is a missing sentence. Where would the sentence best fit?”
8. reference 0-1 60 seconds “The word _________ in paragraph 1 refers to…”
9. prose summary 2-3 150 seconds “An introductory sentence for a brief summary of the passage is provided below. Complete the summary by selecting the THREE answer choices that express the most important ideas in the passage."
10. organization 0-1 150 seconds “Complete the table below to summarize information about _________ in the passage."
"Match the appropriate statements to _________”

For more information about the TOEFL Reading section, check out this post by Professional ESL Test Prep 

The TOEFL Listening Section

After the Reading section, you will have another hour to complete the Listening section. The Listening section is divided into two identical parts. In each part, you will have three listening passages: one conversation, between a student and campus employee, and two academic lectures. The conversations last 2-4 minutes and the academic lectures are approximately five minutes each.

You will be asked five questions after the conversation, ten in total, and six questions after each of the four academic lectures, 24 in total. The question types, like in the Reading section, vary. This chart explains the question types, with examples of phrasing, and the frequency of the question type:

The Listening Section Question Types

Question Type Frequency
(per section)
Question Value Question Phrasing
1. gist - content 6 1 "What is the topic of the discussion?"
"What is the professor mainly discussing?"
2. gist - purpose 3-5 1 "Why does the student visit the professor?"
"Why does the professor mention...?"
3. detail 10-12 1-2 "What is stated in the passage about..."
"According to the speaker..."
4. understanding the speaker's attitude 3-5 1 "What is the professor's oppinion of...?"
"What can be inferred about the student?"
5. understanding the function 3-4 1 "What doest the speaker mean when he says..."
"Why does the professor say this..."
6. making inferences 5-6 1 "What can be inferred about...?"
"What does the speaker imply about..?"
7. understanding organization 4 1-3 "How does the professor organize the information about..."

Curious what these conversations and lectures sound like?
Exam English provides some audio samples here.

Then you will get a 10 minutes break…

Use this break wisely. Stand up, stretch your legs, use the restroom, or have a small snack. When you return, you will still have two hours left in your TOEFL exam.

The TOEFL Speaking Section

When you return to your computer, you will begin the speaking section. The structure of this section is different from the reading and listening. In the speaking section, you will encounter four questions. The first is an independent question, and the next three are integrated questions. Let’s take a closer look at each since they all follow a different structure.

The first question is usually a paired-choice question, which means you must decide between two choices. For example:

Do you agree or disagree: all high school students should wear school uniforms.

The questions range in subject matter, so there is no way to prepare a specific answer before the exam. You might be asked a question about business, travel, education, family, friendship, and so on. After the question is asked, you will be given 15 seconds to prepare a response and 45 seconds to speak.

Question two is the first of three integrated speaking questions. This is probably the easiest of all the integrated speaking questions. First, you will read a short announcement about a new rule or policy on campus.  Like question two, question three will begin with a short reading passage. 

In task four, you are expected to listen to an academic topic for two to three minutes and then report on the information you heard. You will be given 20 seconds to prepare and 60 seconds to speak. In your response, you must be able to identify the topic of the lecture and the most important details. 

 

The Speaking Section Question Types

Question Type Question Details Question Explanation Time Breakdown
Independent Speaking Question 1
Paired Choice
Asks about your general opinion on a wide range of possible issues. You usually have just two options. 15 seconds to prepare
45 seconds to speak
Integrated Speaking Question 2
Campus Announcement and Conversation
Report on the opinion of one of the speakers in the conversation and explain why he or she feels that way 50 seconds to read/take notes
60-120 seconds to listen/take notes
30 seconds to prepare
60 seconds to speak
Question 3
Academic Reading and Lecture
Explain the academic topic introduced in the reading and describe the main points about the topic described in the lecture. 50 seconds to read/take notes
60-120 seconds to listen/take notes
30 seconds to prepare
60 seconds to speak
Question 4
Academic Lecture
Sum up the topic and main points from the lecture. 120-180 seconds to listen/take notes
20 seconds to prepare
60 seconds to speak

The TOEFL Writing Section

Finally, you have arrived at the last section, the TOEFL Writing section. The Writing section also lasts one hour. Here, you will be expected to write an essay in response to two separate writing tasks. 

The first is an integrated writing task, and the second is an independent writing task. The integrated writing is almost identical to question #4 in the Speaking Section above. You will read a passage, listen to a lecture, and then write about the two.

The last question on the exam is the independent writing task. You will be asked for your opinion about a topic, similar to Speaking questions #1 and #2 above.

Here is a breakdown of the tasks and the time allocations for the TOEFL Writing section:

The Writing Section Question Types

Question Type Question Explanation Time to Answer
Integrated Essay - Academic reading, listening and writing
(250-300 words)
Connect the topic of the reading with the academic lecture. Show how the main points in the reading are contrasted by the lecturer. Only report on the information you heard and read 3 minutes to read
2-3 minutes to listen
20 minutes to write
Independent Writing -Write your oppinion on a random topic
(400-500 words)
Write about your oppinion. Include supporting reasons and personal anecdotes 30 minutes to write

Looking for more information on the Writing section?
Check out this link from the ETS website.

Woo hoo! The TOEFL is so exciting, right?

Excited enough to download the PDF version of a free and complete TOEFL practice test?  Download our free Practice Test

Now that you are familiar with the structure of the TOEFL, it’s time to check out some exclusive TST Prep TOEFL Tips.

Five Tips to
Improve your TOEFL Score!

Here are five actions you must take while studying for the TOEFL so you can improve your score. 

TIP 1: Get Used to the Clock

This is a timed test! And, each section of the TOEFL lasts somewhere between 30 minutes to an hour. Therefore, it is very important to get used to working with the clock.

When studying at home, ALWAYS do practice tests under the test time constraints. This will prepare you to work under pressure and manage your time on test day. See the time breakdowns above for each section of the exam.

If you are struggling, practice without a timer first. Start to incorporate the timer with your TOEFL studies once you feel more comfortable working under the clock.

TIP 2: Type Without Spellcheck

On the TOEFL exam, you will not have access to spellcheck. Therefore, you should be practicing with spellcheck turned off! You are going to be responsible for finding your own grammar, spelling, and punctuation mistakes on test day, so start practicing this now!

This is especially true for the Writing section, where you will be writing 300 to 400-word essays. Give yourself extra time to edit and proofread your answers since you won’t have spellcheck there to do it for you.

Want more tips for how to tackle the Writing section?
Check out our 10 Awesome TOEFL Writing Tips

TIP 3: Take Notes Like a TOEFL pro

Throughout the test, one of the most important things to do is to take notes! You will need to give yourself a little extra time to gather your thoughts and plan your answers. So, during the exam, you need to take good notes. Therefore, you should practice taking notes on your practice tests too.

I can’t emphasize this enough.

Note taking is important for EVERY section of the exam!

Want to know more about taking notes in the Reading section?
Check out Guide to TOEFL Reading Time Management

TIP 4: Study like an American!

As you prepare for the TOEFL, you should do a lot of TOEFL practice tests. Grading the TOEFL Reading and Listening sections of the exam is easy, but the speaking and writing sections will require professional help from a teacher or TOEFL expert. 

Don’t make the same mistake as others. You need someone who knows about the TOEFL to listen to your speaking and read your writing responses. They will tell you your strengths, weaknesses and exactly what you need to do to improve. 

If you just download the free TOEFL practice PDF without asking someone to grade your speaking and writing, then you are NOT putting yourself in a position to improve. 

That’s why there are certified English teachers out there who are available to give you feedback on your practice exams, especially for the Speaking and Writing sections. Reach out to them to get the help you need while preparing for the TOEFL. 

TIP 5: Prepare for a noisy TOEFL Test

Be prepared for a noisy room on test day. At the test center, you will hear the voices of other students because everyone will be responding to the speaking section questions at different times.

There will also be noise from people dropping their pencils, coughing, opening and closing doors, etc. Trust us, it is not going to be ideal for test taking.

So, in order to simulate this kind of test environment, take your complete TOEFL practice tests in a coffee shop or in another, louder area. That way, you will already know how to ignore these kinds of distractions on test day!

Look, we know the TOEFL exam is a huge undertaking, and kudos to you for taking it on!

Don’t forget your free TOEFL Practice Test PDF here:

Complete Test #13

Did you find these TOEFL tips helpful? Is there another TOEFL tip you believe is useful? 

Let us know in the comments section below. 

And we are always here to help if you have any questions: [email protected]

92 Comments

  1. Victory Sule

    I kinda feel nervous right now, but please any suggestions on area of concerntration , cause literally have been reading from a different perspective on those tips guide written , what text book do you suggest me to to read , cause right now am confused

    Reply
    • Josh

      Hi Victory and thank you for your question. Of course, my first suggestion is to check out the TOEFL Emergency Course. I will leave a link below. It was designed to give you just the most essential information you need to know about the TOEFL. In terms of books, I usually recommend ETS’ official guide since it is relatively cheap and the tests are reliable. I hope that answers your question.

      https://tstprep.com/toefl-store/toefl-emergency-course/

      Reply
  2. Belymar

    Hello there! I’ve been studying for the TOEFL for quite some time now, and I feel that I might do better than before this time because I took the time to study. However, even though I learned how this test is structured, I cannot stop feeling incredibly anxious. Is there a way to calm down and relax before taking this test. I feel like I will fail it due to my crippling nervousness. I know that some professors had suggested to view the test (speaking section, I am looking at you) as a story rather than a test, but I can’t seem to do this. Do you think that I might need more practice? Any tips or suggestions? Thank you in advance!

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    • Josh

      Hi Belymar and thank you for your question. It sounds like you have practiced enough. You are nervous because you have been imagining the test in your head for quite some time and now it is a reality. If it makes you feel any better, you are not alone. Most students get nervous. You may find this video useful – https://youtu.be/D400ReYYmg4

      I hope it helps!

      Reply
  3. Raffaele

    Hi Josh, I took the TOEFL on August 23 and I decided that on August 21 so i had just one day and a half to study. I studied hard with no sleep, I just watched your videos on youtube, I read your website, I did some test for speaking and I learnt some templates of writing and that’s all!
    Now I scored 107/120, mostly thank to your suggestions!!! (30 Reading, 26 Listening, 23 Speaking, 28 Writing).
    I would suggest you, if I may, to put more and more things and tips about the speaking part, cause to me it was absolutely the most difficult part (if you’re an anxious kind of person it’s a nightmare!).
    So thank you very much, you helped me a lot!!!
    P.S. Everyone who wants to try TOEFL IBT AT HOME EDITION should know that, even if they say that the approximate time for score reporting is 6 to 10 days, usually that means that they will give it to you the last day, because with COVID 19 they have a lot of troubles.

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    • Josh

      Thank you for sharing your experience Raffaele and I’ll keep it in mind in the future. We do provide quite a few free materials for students like you do not need to prepare much for the test. Two days is impressive! For students who need more help and practice with speaking, I would definitely recommend TOEFL Speaking group classes since you can complete them in less than a month and you get a lot of feedback and practice from a teacher. – https://tstprep.com/toefl-store/toefl-speaking-group-classes/

      Reply
    • Lili

      I am pretty much in the same situation. I speak English quite well. I can perfectly communicate with native speakers. Also, I can understand like 95% of the English spoken in movies.However; tests make me really nervous and anxious. Especially, if I have to utter an answer to a weird question like those in the toefl ibt speaking section. 😫😣I’m taking the test on Sunday, September 13 ; and I haven’t studied much. But, I’ve been watching TSP videos on YouTube.

      Reply
      • Josh

        Hi Lili, I hope it went well, trust me you’re not alone. Many students feel the same way about the speaking! How did it go?

        Reply
  4. Anshuman Saxena

    Hello, I am planning to give TOEFL after 2 years. I want to score more than 100 and my speaking and writing skills are not great. Will 2 years of practice and study be enough to score more than 100 in TOEFL ibt. Also, I don’t know that how proficient I am right now in English.

    Reply
    • Josh

      Hi Anshuman and thank you for your question. Everyone is different. However, I think two years is a realistic time-frame to acquire most languages at a proficient level. It depends on your study habits and a lot of factors but, in general, yes, I do think that is enough time.

      Reply
  5. Priti

    I am planning to give TOFEL but I am not much aware about the exam pattern & how to start to study.I am not that much good in english so please guide me to start the study.

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  6. Azeez Ishola

    Thank you so much for your lectures and tips Josh MacPherson. My question is; In the speaking session of the test (speaking type 2 and 3) which has both reading and listening, after listening to the lecture, will the reading be displayed back on the screen before speaking?

    Reply
    • Josh

      Good question. No, the reading will not be displayed on the screen while you speak. You will have to rely on your memory. Just remember in the TOEFL Writing section, for the Integrated Writing question (#1), the reading DOES return. I hope that helps.

      Reply
  7. Luisa Fernanda Duque

    Hi there, I am so glad about this webpage, you guys have really good material. I am an English teacher from Colombia and I’m looking forward to presenting the toefl exam, I will also prepare a student to present the exam. So, your tips, material and YouTube channel have been so helpful, thanks a lot.

    Reply
    • Josh

      Thank you for your kind words Luisa, I will do my best to continue to make high-quality materials.

      Reply
  8. Siddhant Sinha

    Hi, I have my TOEFL exam on JULY 1st. (in 2 days)
    I solved your practice test #13 today.
    I got scores 28/30 in reading and 27/30 in listening. I believe speaking section was not that good for me. I could do well on writing section.
    Can you please provide me with another practice test as early as possible?
    Thanks a lot in advance

    Reply
    • Josh

      Hey Siddhant, please check your e-mail. Good luck!

      Reply
  9. Sanne Steers

    What does “TOEFL” mean? From which words is it an abbreviation?

    Reply
    • Josh

      Good question.

      Test of English as a Foreign Language

      Reply
    • RJOHNS

      TEST OF ENGLISH AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE

      Reply
  10. Dulce Rose Isaac

    Hi there, is it necessary for someone to be well- versed in computer when you have to take the exam?

    Reply
    • Josh

      Hi there and good question, It depends on what you mean by “well-versed”. You certainly do not have to be a computer programmer. However, you must be able to type your essay responses and navigate through the test using mostly a mouse and a keyboard. So, no, I don’t think you need to be “well-versed”.

      Reply
  11. Gardenia Homsi

    Thank you so much for all the information about Toefl exam I found them really helpful. I want to improve my writing skills and I follow the templates that you provide, but is there a specific template for each type of question in the independent writing part . Cause I noticed that there are agree/disagree question, opinion question and maybe other types.

    Reply
    • Josh

      Hi Gardenia and great question! The independent writing question template should work with almost all independent writing questions.

      However, sometimes, the introduction paragraph might have to be changed a bit. The template for the bodies and the conclusion will almost always work. I hope that helps!

      Reply
  12. Sowmya

    hello, i am really confused about my toefl preparation . 1st thing bothering me speaking and writing section of toefl. Can you please suggest me where and how can i improve my speaking and writing skills in two months .my toefl exam is on may . so please suggest me.

    Reply
    • Josh

      The best approach is to hire a teacher, especially for speaking and writing since it requires a great deal of feedback in order to improve your performance over time.

      However, if you prefer to do it on your own, then I would recommend tools that automatically check your writing and speaking like Grammary Academic ( https://www.grammarly.com/premium ) or Speechace (https://www.speechace.com/), so you can get a lot of feedback.

      I hope that helps!

      Reply
  13. Mohit

    TST Prep YouTube videos helped me secure 92 in my first attempt. I am planning to appear for another one in 14 days. Its been 8 months since I last studied for TOEFL. I am aiming for 120, more like 110. Please suggest an effective way for improving my marks.

    Reply
    • Josh

      Hi Mohit and thank you for watching our videos 🙂

      Well, to improve your score by 18 points in 14 days is not realistic (in my opinion). However, the best way to improve is to speak and write a lot while getting feedback from an experienced TOEFL teacher, while also doing practice tests that you review, check your answers and learn from.

      That’s it really, just practice, feedback, and support… but it does take time.

      Reply
  14. Enyew

    I found it interesting for beginners who are going to take the exam.

    Reply
    • Josh

      Thanks for the comment and we are happy to hear you found it helpful. Let us know if there are any other articles you’d like to see us post in the future.

      Reply
  15. Jean Paul KABANGU

    Hey there!
    I’m Jean Paul KABANGU getting ready for the TOEFL iBT test.

    I’m glad to find you all here.

    Reply
  16. raghdah

    Hi ..I am taking the test on the 8th of feb 2020 and im very glad that i found you on YouTube while searching for materials that can be helpful for studying..

    Reply
    • Josh

      Thank you for your kind words Raghdah and happy to help. Let me know if you need help with anything.

      Reply
      • Hala Qasim

        hey, how can i find you on youtube?

        Reply
  17. Khaling Mocha

    Hi…..I am preparing for my TOEFL exam on the 11th January 2020. Your lectures on the Youtube helps me very much. Today, as I listened to the 5 mistakes, in your youtube lessons, I realize the need to do more practices.

    Reply
    • Josh

      Hi Khaling and thank you for your support. I’m happy to hear you found the videos helpful. Good luck this weekend and let us know how it goes 🙂

      Reply
    • Manisha

      Hi
      How tough was the exam? Can you please share your experience with me?

      Reply
  18. Maria

    Hello, I am really happy studying here and I am planning to take classes with this program the next year. I feel that my English is not good enough at this moment so I am taking advanced English classes at college first. But I have a question, how can I know if my English is good enough for taking the TOEFL test?

    Reply
    • Josh

      That’s a great question Maria. Well, you’re writing in this comment is excellent! Besides that, you could take our TOEFL Diagnostic test, which is a shortened version of the test so you can discover your current approximate level – https://tstprep.com/toefl-store/toefl-diagnostic-test/

      Let me know if there’s any other way we can help!

      Reply
  19. Corlia van der Walt

    I am feeling very anxious this morning. My test is this coming Saturday (28 September) and it feels like despite studying and reading a lot, I am not getting far! Is this normal? For instance the writing section, I have followed the tips on your website and your videos (keep it simple, don’t try to be smart) however if you read the high rated answers to the independent writing they sound very smart! This is confusing to me as I feel that a “simple” answer and sticking to facts might not be rated so high?

    Reply
    • Josh

      Hi Corlia and thank you for your question. For the speaking and writing sections, everyone performs at a different level and has their own strengths and weaknesses. It is hard for me to give specific advice to you in your situation without reading your writing. In general, when students try to “sound smart”, they tend to use vocabulary and grammar they don’t understand very well, and the graders can tell that the essay is awkward, hence my advice.

      However, if you are comfortable writing in complex lexical and grammatical then try to sound smart! If you are still confused, I would suggest meeting a teacher or submitting an essay for evaluation here.

      Hope that answers your question. https://tstprep.com/toefl-store/toefl-writing-evaluations/

      Reply
    • Jacob matit makuc

      I’m very glad to reading and understanding of TOEFL book my test fall on 8 of February 2020 i have no fear of it nor worry about exam thank to ubc for their carrying

      Reply
  20. Abu Noor

    Josh: Your youtube videos are so helpful! Thank you so much great TOEFL teacher!

    Reply
    • Josh

      Such a nice comment! Thank you 🙂

      Reply
    • Josh

      No problem! Thanks for taking the time to leave a comment 🙂

      Reply
  21. Ruszaimi

    Dear Josh,
    I am currently establishing small scale course of TOEFL Preparation’s in my neighborhood. I am targeting post-graduates as they will need TOEFL score as one of the academic requirement to pass. I am low in financing to buy complete TOEFL Book of Tests and Audios.I am deeply frustrate and need you to help me out with free sample of downloadable materials. Please consider.
    I also can not afford internet in case of only online materials available.
    Any solutions or suggestions.
    Best Regards,

    Reply
    • Josh

      Hi there Ruszaimi and thank you for your comment. We have a lot of free materials on our site which include a free practice test. 200 reading and listening questions, 100 independent speaking questions and more. All you have to do is click the “free resources” tab on the top of the page and you will find it all there.

      Besides that, our paid services are for students who pay. It would not be fair to everyone else if we were to share the materials for free with you that everyone else has paid for. I do hope you understand.

      Thanks for commenting and good luck with your school!

      Reply
  22. Tixxa Cassie

    This website really helpful! I will visit everyday if there any updates. I’ll do my test on Nov this year. wml 🔥

    Reply
    • Josh

      Great to hear Cassie! Let me know if there is anything else we can do to help.

      Reply
  23. elysee

    this is really helpful.however,i would like to know about new TOEFL structure .

    Reply
    • Josh

      I understand Elysee. We are currently updating our tests and everything should be done by the end of September 2019. In the meantime, you may find this video I made helpful – https://youtu.be/fD-oAVSth6U

      Reply
  24. silas leprince

    Hi sir ,i would like to know if is it possible to take that practice test offline.Thanks

    Reply
    • Josh

      The test is a downloadable PDF, so you can actually only take it offline. Hope that clarifies.

      Reply
  25. Barry Mamadou Mountagha

    Thank you, the website seems to be interesting sir. What do you think about offline software preparation according to your experience? I have been using the since few weeks, but i have stopped cause i don’t know whether they followed ETS requirement. Thank you once more.

    Reply
    • Josh

      Hi Barry and good question. It depends on the company. Of course, I will always recommend our resources here at TST Prep, but anything from ETS itself is also good. those are the only two resources I trust with practice materials 😉

      Reply
    • Nasratullah

      Dear sir, I agree with him and it gonna be a really practical resource for all of us.

      Reply
  26. Obaid Hamdard

    Thank You Josh, with these wonderful and so much useful materials of TOEFL IBT.

    Reply
    • Josh

      Thank you for commenting Obaid. Happy to hear you found them helpful.

      Reply
  27. Javier

    Its good, excellent

    Reply
    • Josh

      Thanks Javier! Happy to help 🙂

      Reply
  28. Paola Merizalde

    Hi Josh, I really appreciate the big efforts from you and your team in the success of the Toefl students. I have a question for you. It seems almost impossible to read the passages of the reading part, what would recommend us to do? thanks for any advice and suggestions.

    Regards,

    Paola M.

    Reply
    • Josh

      Hi Paola and thanks for the question. When you say “almost impossible to read the passages”, do you mean that you do not have enough time to read the passages and answer the questions at the same time? If that is the case, here is a guide to time management to the TOEFL Reading – https://tstprep.com/a-guide-to-toefl-reading-time-management/

      Hope that answers your question.

      Reply
  29. Tamiris

    This website is really helpful! I have been practicing a lot for my TOEFL test these days and this preparation will help me improve in Writing and Speaking section.

    Nice job! Congratulations to the team.

    Reply
    • Josh

      Thank you for your kind words Tamiris. Let me know if there is anything else we can do to help.

      Reply
  30. GULNAR ALBUSHOVA

    Mr. Josh,
    This website is perfect!!! After the superlearn.com shut down I felt hopeless about TOEFL. Thank you very much for regaining my hope again.
    I am advertising your website everywhere!
    Best of luck!

    Reply
    • Josh

      Wow, thank you for your kind words Gulnar. And we are new so spreading the word would be great. Let me know if there is any other way we can help.

      Reply
  31. Josh

    You’re welcome 🙂

    Reply
  32. Joseph

    I really appreciate this plateform, looks so practical, but i need your help to improve my speaking and writting.

    Reply
    • Josh

      Hi Joseph and I understand what you mean. Some students need more personalized feedback, especially for speaking and writing. If you check the TOEFL store you will see classes and evaluations for the speaking and writing. You might consider enrolling.

      https://tstprep.com/toefl-store/

      Either way, happy to hear you found the site helpful.

      Reply
  33. Kelly

    This test is such a practical 🙂 Also, i bought test packs so I can practice it everyday until my exam date. Thank u!

    Reply
    • Josh

      Thank you for your trust and support Kelly! I appreciate it. Don’t hesitate to let me know if you have any questions.

      Reply
    • Azode Elvis

      I really enjoy having this test because it brings out aspiration and motivation so I which to summit all my efforts to go far

      Reply
      • Josh

        That’s great! Good luck and let me know if you have any questions along the way.

        Reply
      • Mohammed ALMISBAHY

        Hi sir ….
        I’m really appreciated that you allow us to understand the way of the test .
        I wish you all the best

        Reply
        • Josh

          Thank you for your kind words! Happy to help 🙂

          Reply
  34. Suncana

    Some of the information on this website is contrary to the official toefl book info, especially regarding the number of words in written parts, which cofuses me. Why’s that?

    Reply
    • Josh

      Excellent point Suncana. There’s an excellent and short article about this issue on TOEFL Resources at this link – https://www.toeflresources.com/news/question-how-long-should-a-toefl-essay-be – but here is a short quote which I believe answers your question,

      “I am often asked how long the TOEFL essays should be. The quick answer to this is that an independent essay should be between 380 and 400 words, while an integrated essay should be between 280 and 300 words.Let me explain where these numbers come from. It is true that when you are looking at the screen at the test center, the TOEFL software will suggest that a “typical” essay is much shorter than what I have suggested above. I caution you that a “typical” essay should not be your target. A typical essay will score in the low twenties. If you want a higher score than that, you need to write more.” – Hope that helps!

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      • Suncana

        Thank you very much. I really appreciate your help
        Best regards

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        • Josh

          No problem! 😉

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  35. Najibullah Naziry

    So practical thank you so much.

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    • Josh

      Thank you for the kind comment 🙂 It really helps us when students like you confirm the quality of our materials. Thanks again!

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  36. Leonardo

    Thank you so much for these materials, they were a life saver !!

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    • Josh

      That’s great to hear Leonardo! Let me know if there’s any other way we can help 😉

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  37. tanya

    thank you 🙂

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  38. John

    This is so valuable – a great breakdown of the exam from one of the best in the business! Thank you Josh!

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    • Josh

      Ha, thank you John. I do really appreciate that 😉

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  39. Peak Academy

    Best Introduction regarding basic four sections of TOEFL test.

    Keep It Up ….!

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    • Josh

      Wow! Nice compliment and much appreciated Peak Academy. We will keep working. Let me know if there’s anything you would like to see in particular.

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    • Binyam Ayele

      Hi josh first I want to thanks you for your support my question is how can I contact you on social media to be in touch and ask questions like on face book or telegram and my other question is how can I douloud all sections of tofle practice tests

      Reply

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