It’s hard to find official TOEFL practice tests. At least, there are no free, full-length tests made by ETS.
But there are some sources for full length tests that are cheap, and there are some free, official materials that can be combined to approximate a full-length test. They’re all explained in this blog post about free full-length TOEFL practice tests.
But I’ll summarize it all here, too.
Free, official TOEFL material, not full-length:
- The TOEFL iBT Interactive Sampler: Almost a full test in software similar to a real TOEFL
- TOEFL iBT Test Questions: Few reading questions, but full speaking and writing tests in paper-only form. There are no recordings for listening, only scripts
- Quick Prep: Four PDFs almost the same as “TOEFL iBT Test Questions,” but two of them have audio recordings
If you want a free, full-length test, it’s possible to make one by combining pieces of the material above.
Full-length Official TOEFLs, not free:
- The Official Guide to the TOEFL: The best deal for the price, with three full practice tests on CD
- Official TOEFL iBT Tests with Audio: Five more official tests, even more similar to the current TOEFL than those in the official guide, but with no computer software—these are paper and audio-CD tests, similar to the Quick Prep tests that have audio
- TPO (TOEFL Practice Online) tests: Full, exact copies of real TOEFLs with the real software, but they’re $45 each and can only be used one time. Here’s our review of TPO.