TOEFL Insider #107

THIS will improve your TOEFL score

Happy Friday TOEFL Insiders;

Here is your weekly summary of tips and resources in the TOEFL® world.

But first up, the next round of group classes is starting Monday, February 22nd.

Each class is maxed out at 8 students so we make sure each one of you gets the attention you need for the score you want.

Speaking Group Classes:

  • Group B: Mon & Thur – 2 pm EST / 1 pm CST, beginning February 22nd

Learn more about the Group Classes for the Speaking Section of the TOEFL® Test.

Writing Group Classes:

  • Group A: Wed & Fri – 2 pm EST / 1 pm CST, beginning February 24th

Learn more about the Group Classes for the Writing Section of the TOEFL® Test.

Reading Group Classes:

  • Mon & Thur – 11:30 am EST / 10:30 am CST, beginning February 25th

Learn more about the Group Classes for the Reading Section of the TOEFL® Test.

If you have any questions, you can always contact our Head of Communications, Marina, at [email protected]



If you have more than 30 days to prepare for the TOEFL, then this course is for you. It is packed with practice activities, TOEFL tests, and video guides to provide you with everything you need to get your best possible TOEFL score.

It’s $97 today, $197 tomorrow. Save money. Save time. Get everything you need for your dream TOEFL score right here.


Here’s a tip from Todd Stuchiner, one of our TOEFL Teachers.


Students often say that it’s hard to measure their progress towards native-like fluency.

Sound familiar?

Try making a “Can-do list”.

Get one of those small, pocket-sized notebooks and list all your successes with English each day. Everything on this list is evidence of what you can do in English.

  • If you remembered to say the final “s” on a plural noun, write that down.
  • If you remembered to use past tense verbs, write that down.
  • If you pronounced the –ed as a /t/ (as in looked) instead of an extra syllable (look-ed), write that down.
  • If you had a successful conversation with a customer, a client, a coworker, or a patient, write that down.
  • If you understood an idiom, write that down.
  • If you read a newspaper article and understood every word, write that down.

The goal is to make a list and watch it grow.

This activity will promote active thought and increase your awareness of how you use English as well as how others use English. Daily life becomes an active study session. Not only will this help you measure your growth, you will build the confidence you need to get your TOEFL score.”

– Todd

TOEFL Resources

The fastest route to your TOEFL score is practice, which is why we have shared 100 of our TOEFL Reading practice questions for free right here.

These short but powerful exercises are designed to help familiarize you with the TOEFL Reading question types while building your reading skills. You can stop scouring the Internet for TOEFL practice, it is right here.

Stay safe and good luck!

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We are here to help you get your TOEFL score as quickly and easily as possible.

— Josh MacPherson
Head Instructor at TST Prep


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