Each week, thousands of students visit the Magoosh TOEFL blog for advice. In the last 6 months, 288,000 students have read one (or more) of our blog posts! But, which posts are the most popular? Which posts do our students like the most? Here are our top 5 posts, according to how many students have read each one in 2015.
Do you have any favorite posts that aren’t listed here? I’d love to hear what they are! Let me know in the comments below. 🙂
This is a great starting point if you’re not sure what score you need on the exam, or if you’re not sure if your current score is “good” enough.
The speaking section causes many of our students a lot of stress. For that reason, it’s a good idea to know what to expect on this section, well before your exam!
Even though there are a lot of different topics you could write about on the TOEFL, there are only a few different types of writing questions you’ll see. Preparing for the different question types will help you come up with great ideas and essays for all of the various topics.
Practicing for hours on end for the TOEFL isn’t going to help you improve your score — unless you have the right materials. It’s important to practice with the best resources to make the most of your time.
Likewise, you’ll also need quality practice materials for the reading section if you want to do well. This post contains our expert Lucas’s top picks!
This post came in 6th place, and because it’s a personal favorite of mine, I decided to include it anyways. 🙂 In this post, you’ll find an awesome infographic that shows you exactly what score you’ll need for many top programs in the US.