The Ultimate TOEFL Vocabulary List: 570 Words You Need to Know Are you confused about the vocabulary you need to know for the TOEFL?Don't worry. We have the only TOEFL vocabulary list you need. If you're anything like me, then you want quick answers to complicated...read more
How to Answer TOEFL Reading Summary Questions: A Step-by-Step Guide In less than ten minutes, you will know exactly what you need to do toanswer TOEFL Reading summary questions correctly. If you struggle with TOEFL Summary questions in the reading section, you’re not...read more
Many students struggle to answer every single question in the TOEFL Reading.
And it should come as no surprise, the TOEFL Reading is tough.read more
The TOEFL Reading contains 10 different types of questions. Some appear more frequently than others and some take more time than others. Most are worth one point but some are worth two or three.
Instead of me rattling on and explaining the difference between each TOEFL Reading question type to you, it would be much better if I just put it a nice, friendly chart.read more
Most TOEFL Listening passages are at least five minutes long, and they are jam-packed with content. It’s nearly impossible to remember enough information to answer every question correctly, which is why most who don’t take notes fail to score higher than a 25.
But if you’re anything like us, you want to be at your best. You want to maximize your potential and reach the highest possible score you can in the listening section.read more
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These 10 Awesome TOEFL Listening Tips are just what you need to boost your confidence and improve your test-taking skills, whether you are just starting out or you’re having trouble improving your score.read more
The TOEFL Listening section consists of both campus conversations and academic lectures. But our TOEFL Listening practice only focuses on academic lectures.
Why? Because academic lectures are more challenging to comprehend than conversations.read more
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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.read more
In the TOEFL Reading section you have 60 minutes to:
Read three academic texts, totaling around 2100 words
Understand how to answer 10 different types of questions
Answer approximately 42 questions in total