It’s important to understand the TOEFL format before you study for the test. Is the TOEFL test on computer, or is it paper-based?
A noun in English is implied if the noun could be in a sentence, but is left out. Nouns are often implied but unstated with English relativizer “that.”
Many students say, “Even a native English speaker would have trouble with the TOEFL!” But is the TOEFL actually hard for native speakers? Find out here!
What skills are assessed on the TOEFL? English skills, obviously. But there’s so much more to the exam than that. Discover the additional TOEFL skills here!
One of the most powerful ways to prepare for the TOEFL is to know what it looks like. So what does the TOEFL look like? Find out in this post!
Is it ever hard for you to follow the comma rules in English? If so, I have some good news: sometimes you can make up the rules as you go!
The apostrophe (this little punctuation mark: ‘) has a certain air of mystery in English. What letter hides behind the apostrophe?
At Magoosh, we have been getting a lot of questions about where to find TOEFL Junior prep materials. In this post, we’ve got some answers for you!
1. Learn to manage your time. You will not only have an intense workload in graduate school, filled with required reading, writing extensive papers, research, and listening to lectures, but you will also attend conferences, seminars, and events. You will not only need to become an expert in your field, but you will need to […]
How many science words do you know in English? If your answer is “not many,” this needs to change. TOEFL Reading is full of science!