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October 4th, 2016 10:09 AM
Sumit Bhardwaj
Re: TOEFL Preparation Tips

The TOEFL is one of the most difficult tests you will ever take in your life! Here is a list of ten things that will help you get the highest score possible on the TOEFL iBT, and fulfill your dream of studying at an English-speaking university.

The TOEFL test is designed to measure the English skills of non-English speaking people by testing their writing, reading, listening and speaking abilities.

Firstly you needed to under stand the strategy of exam pattern. Get to Know the Format of the TOEFL Test

If you want to take the TOEFL, it is very important to first get familiar with the TOEFL format.

Internet-based test:
The Internet-based test (iBT) looks like this:

Reading section: 60-80 minutes 36-56 questions
Listening section: 60-90 minutes 34-51 questions
Short break: 10 minutes
Speaking section: 20 minutes 6 tasks
Writing section: 50 minutes 2 essays

Paper-based test:
The paper-based test looks like this:

Listening section: 30-40 minutes 50 questions
Writing section: 25 minutes 40 questions
Reading section: 55 minutes 50 questions
TWE test: 30 minutes write one essay

Some tips for TOEFL preparation:

Make sure you understand the TOEFL!
Be prepared!
Read Everything. Listen to Everything.
to take good notes.
Make sure your pronunciation is clear.
Get Used to a QWERTY Keyboard
to write an English Essay
Practice, practice, practice.
to relax!
Take the test at least twice, if not more.

Tips on Test Day:

Dress comfortably for any room temperature.
Eat a good breakfast.
Arrive at the test center at least 30 minutes early.
Follow directions carefully to avoid wasting time.
Do not panic. Concentrate on the task in front of you. Do not think about questions you have already answered.
Do not spend too much time on one question.
Do not leave questions blank. If you are not sure of the answer, make the best possible choice.
Pace yourself to answer every question and avoid rushing at the end.
October 3rd, 2016 07:52 PM
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TOEFL Preparation Tips

Hello sir, I’m preparing for TOELF exam. How to prepare for TOELF exam? Is there one can provide me some preparation tips for TOEFL?


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