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How can you take the TOEFL IBT with all the test centers closed?
The Special Home Edition of the TOEFL iBT.
Due to the spread of COVID-19 and the subsequent closing of many in-person testing facilities, ETS has created a home version of the TOEFL iBT. This article will take an in-depth look at the special home edition of the TOEFL iBT by delving deeper into the registration process, technical requirements, and overall differences between this test and the original TOEFL iBT.
There are hundreds of thousands of words in English, but which do you have to know for the TOEFL?
This is the list. The Academic Word List consists of 570 of the most important words you have to know for the TOEFL. Academic vocabulary is tough, but it doesn’t have to be. Check out this list and learn which words you need to know on test day.
TOEFL Reading summary questions are a pain in the neck.
Not only do you have to understand the entire passage, but you also have to figure out the difference between a little detail and a general summary. Well it’s time for you to learn a better way. By the time you finish this short article, you will have multiple strategies in your TOEFL arsenal to help you answer these questions easily and efficiently on test day.
Most TOEFL Listening passages are at least five minutes long and jam-packed with content. So much content, in fact, that it will make your head hurt. Taking notes is crucial, but there’s no need to write down everything. We are going to take you step-by-step through the notetaking process for the TOEFL Listening so you know exactly what you need to do in order to take more notes in less time. You’ll be amazed at the amount of crucial information you can comfortably write down without feeling overwhelmed.
Do you struggle to answer every TOEFL Reading question in 54 minutes?
You are not alone.
Luckily, we know how to fix that. After years of trial and error, we have come up with a foolproof system designed to help students just like you answer every single question in the TOEFL Reading with time to spare.
Are you ready to prepare for the TOEFL Listening section, but don’t know where to go for updated practice questions?
Well, look no further.
Our listening practice provides 100 FREE practice questions from academic lectures. These are the exact type of questions you need to practice so you can be ready for anything on TOEFL test day.
Our TOEFL Writing section has been updated for 2020! Inside you will find sample questions and responses for both the independent and integrated essays. In addition, this article provides two excellent writing templates to help add advanced language and structure to your work.
What you need is a free and complete TOEFL practice test with an answer key that explains the answer to each question. Not only that, but this test should include speaking responses and essay samples so you know how to speak and write on test day.
This is the free practice test you’ve been looking for.
And not only do you get access to a free TOEFL practice test, but we will also break down each section of the test and provide five study tips to help you improve your TOEFL score.
The TOEFL® Essentials™ Test: 8 Things You Need to Know ETS announced in February 2021 that they will be launching a new TOEFL test, the TOEFL Essentials test. Exciting, right? Not really, I know, but if you need a TOEFL score for school or work, read closely to learn...
The TOEFL Reading section requires practice, which is why we’ve compiled 100 TOEFL Reading practice questions to help you prepare for the reading section and ace it on test day.
We have separated each practice based on the question type so you can work on the questions you find most difficult and need to improve on.
Do you know why most people lose points on question four? It’s because they try to say every little detail they heard in the listening passage. TOEFL Speaking question four requires active listening, summarizing well, and speaking naturally. All it takes is practice and a little bit of knowledge. This is how to score high in TOEFL Speaking question four.
Watch out! If you are unprepared, question three can be a time management nightmare. Here you must read a passage, listen to a lecture, then weave them into a single paraphrased summary that sounds clear and simple. You will learn how to use both your notes and your time to give an answer with the perfect blend of concepts and details.
In question two, the time for giving your opinion is over. Now it’s time to summarize! So, how do you read a passage, listen to a lecture, and give a sharp, smooth summary of both? Let us show you the best way to take notes by writing down only what you need. More importantly, you will learn how to answer without sounding like you’re giving a book report.
Many people consider question one to be the most difficult. After all, how do you read a question and construct an answer in 15 seconds? And how can you give a complete answer with examples in less than a minute? We’ll show you! The key to question one is giving an opinion that sounds like YOU.
What is the TOEFL and why do you have to take it? How does the test work exactly and how much does it cost?
If you are a complete TOEFL beginner, this is your first stop! Here you will find answers to the 15 most common questions about the test. You can even have a look at a practice test. Let us help you on your way to getting your score as quickly and easily as possible!
China Now Offers the TOEFL ITPPlus The TOEFL ITP Plus is now available throughout the Chinese mainland. In this article, you will learn everything you need to know about the test and how to register. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the TOEFL iBT has been unavailable in...
Looking to improve your TOEFL Speaking score?
Look no further. These ten TOEFL Speaking tips will teach you how to grade your own response, organize your studies at home, find a TOEFL Speaking partner, and more. You can keep endlessly searching the Internet for answers, or you can read this one quick article to learn exactly what you have to do for the TOEFL Speaking on test day.
TOEFL Speaking practice questions. You need them, we’ve got them.
And not only that, but we have included sample answers so you know exactly how to speak to score high on test day.
These TOEFL Speaking topics and sample answers were updated in 2020 and reflect the new version of the TOEFL test, which changed on August 1st, 2019. They have been carefully crafted to show you the ideal structure for each question type. Check them out.
The TOEFL Reading contains 10 different types of questions, each with their own point value and strategy. Some questions are straightforward, while others have answers designed to trick you. This short article will give you the skills to identify the question type and find the answer by systematically eliminating the wrong choices. It’s the perfect guide to help you study smarter and read better.
If you are ready to prepare for the TOEFL Listening but don’t know where to start, you’ve come to the right place! Here you will find 10 highly effective TOEFL Listening Tips to boost your confidence and improve your test-taking skills, whether you are just starting out or you’re still having trouble improving your score.
We know it can feel impossible to write two complete essays in under an hour! But that’s exactly what you have to do in the TOEFL Writing section.
That’s why we have compiled a list of ten of our best TOEFL Writing tips so you feel cool and confident on test day.