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Introducing the Magoosh TOEFL Blog

Hello world of English learners and enthusiasts! We’ve received a fair share of requests over the past couple of years to expand our reach to the TOEFL sphere. Well good news! That day has finally arrived. We’re happy to announce that TOEFL is joining our esteemed family of blogs. We’ll do our best to begin contributing regularly to this page, though admittedly it looks a bit sparse for the moment. In the meantime, you can check out some of our TOEFL posts that we put up over on the Magoosh GRE blog:

And of course if you’re studying for the TOEFL in conjunction with any of the other major entrance tests, be sure to check out the following blogs:

Of course, on the test prep interface side, many of you are probably familiar with Magoosh through GRE, GMAT, or the SAT. While we don’t have a TOEFL equivalent just yet, you can head over to Magoosh English to start learning the ins and outs of English.

Feel free to let us know in the comments below what posts you’d like to see on the TOEFL blog in the future!

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