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A Big List of Magoosh’s Free TOEFL eBooks and PDFs

Preparing for standardized tests can be expensive. Not only do you have to spend money on study materials, but you also have to pay to take the actual exam (which can cost you a couple of hundred dollars, depending on where you live). Materials like—oh, say, free TOEFL eBooks and free TOEFL PDFs—are few and far between. Especially good ones!

Magooosh's Free TOEFL eBooks and PDFS

That’s why, over the years, we’ve created a lot of free resources to help you prep. Here’s a list of all of our eBooks and PDFs to date! If there’s a topic we haven’t covered that you’d like to see in an eBook, let us know in the comments below. 🙂

 

TOEFL iBT eBook

[eBook] Guide to the TOEFL iBT

This 150+ page eBook is our longest and most in-depth eBook. It covers every section of the exam, every question type, and all the strategies you need to ace the TOEFL. You can view and download it here.

 

 

 

TOEFL Practice PDF

TOEFL Practice PDF

In this 75-page PDF, you’ll find practice questions for every section of the exam, as well as detailed explanations for each question, and writing and speaking sample responses. Use this after you’ve read the Guide to the TOEFL iBT. You can start practicing here.

 

 

 

TOEFL Writing Tips

[eBook] TOEFL Writing Tips

This 40-page eBook contains our 16 best tips for the writing section. Get it here.

 

 

 

 

[eBook] TOEFL Writing

If you need even more help with your essays, this book is for you. More than just tips, it covers everything you need to know about TOEFL Writing. Start improving your essays here.

 

 

[eBook] TOEFL Vocabulary Book

Have you been searching for a list of TOEFL vocabulary words, in one easy-to-use PDF? Well, look no further. ? Introducing our latest resource, the Magoosh TOEFL Vocabulary PDF, including 200 of the most important words from our free TOEFL vocabulary flashcards.

 

TOEFL Vocabulary Comics

[eBook] TOEFL Vocabulary Comics

We’ll admit it, sometimes studying is boring. In this eBook, we teach you vocabulary that you need to know for the exam, but with pictures and entertaining comics! You can download or view it here.

 

 

 

TOEFL Practice Test (1)

TOEFL Practice Test PDF

This PDF has an abbreviated practice test — it’s half of a full-length exam, and should take about 2 hours to complete. At the end, you’ll find explanations to each question, as well as a scoring guide to help you figure out how well you’ll do on an actual exam. Take the test here.

 

 

 

English Idioms

[eBook] English Idioms for the TOEFL

If you’re comfortable with the basics of the exam, have a firm grasp on English, and want to boost your speaking score, this book is for you! In it, you’ll learn idioms and usage with example sentences and comics to illustrate each idiom.

 

 

 

Bonus Free Resources

Magoosh TOEFL Free TrialFree Trial of Magoosh TOEFL Online Prep

This isn’t a PDF or an eBook, but it IS free, and it will definitely help you prepare for the TOEFL. 🙂 Sign up for a free trial of our premium prep to watch 19 of our best lesson videos.

 

 


Magoosh TOEFL Vocabulary Flashcard Apps
Magoosh’s Free TOEFL Flashcard App

Study the 600 most important vocabulary words for the TOEFL—also free. 🙂 Study on iOS, Android, or just on the web!
 

 

 

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We’re SO excited to introduce this resource to you! You’ll notice right away that it’s neither an eBook nor a PDF—it’s a video (on purpose). But we just had to include it here, because it gives you really useful tips for creating your TOEFL study plan. Whether you’re a month or a year away from your test date, this video will help you push your score even higher.

In fact, we love this so much, we’re going to give you a sneak peek, right here:


 
For our full post on how to make the most of this schedule, check out our advice here!
 

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18 Responses to A Big List of Magoosh’s Free TOEFL eBooks and PDFs

  1. nafira March 24, 2016 at 3:07 am #

    Great resources! Thank you Magoosh team.

  2. Nikita March 31, 2016 at 12:40 am #

    I’m giving the TOEFL exam in August and facing problems with Speaking(fumble alot) and Writing(fall short of ideas and vocab) Sections. Need to improve alot in these. Can you please recommend some good books or other resources that can be helpful to me in addition to the practise tests at magoosh ? Thankyou !

    • Magoosh Test Prep Expert
      Magoosh Test Prep Expert April 4, 2016 at 3:18 pm #

      Hi Nikita,

      Speaking and Writing are the most challenging TOEFL skills for many test-takers. When it comes to TOEFL Speaking, it’s best to learn by example. Do what you can to find sample responses to TOEFL Speaking prompts. There are some good example responses on YouTube, such as this one from English Simple TV and this video from Magoosh’s very own Lucas Fink. But you’ll need to choose videos like that carefully– a lot of TOEFL sample responses you’ll find online aren’t so great– either they’re poorly executed or they’re not very authentic to the exam. So you need to be a cautious critic, imitating the kinds of answers that will work for you on test day.

      If you’re not sure how to do that, another great place to listen to and imitate speech is TED.com. This website’s famous TED Talks include some fine examples of academic-style speaking. And they also include plenty of instances of people with foreign accents speaking in English–and speaking well! This gives you plenty of good speech to emulate.

      As for Writing, TOEFL Writing is a lot like undergraduate-level academic writing. You can get a lot of good tips for this kind of writing form the English Department or Writing Center websites of American universities. Here’s a good custom Google search to get you started.

      Don’t forget to also check out sample student Speaking and Writing responses with commentary from the TOEFL’s official YouTube channel and other official exam materials such as The Official Guide to the TOEFL Test.

  3. Shahzeb Akhtr June 2, 2016 at 12:14 pm #

    Your.resources are so encouraging… Thank you.

  4. Zohaib Khan August 11, 2016 at 8:25 am #

    I want to Phd in US, but i have B.tech Instrumentation degree. To apply for Phd should i do Master in India or can i go for Phd after my UG directly.

    • Magoosh Test Prep Expert
      Magoosh Test Prep Expert August 13, 2016 at 1:10 pm #

      Many PhD programs in the US do not require a Master’s as a prerequisite. It’s definitely possible to go straight form your bachelor’s degree to a PhD program in the American system. Look around, and you should be able to find a degree that suits you.

  5. HAMID October 19, 2016 at 1:26 pm #

    Hi
    i want to start for toefl by vocabulary
    please suggest me just one best book to ! the best one
    thanks!

  6. Aygul November 21, 2016 at 11:34 pm #

    Hi my name is Aygul. i have problems with essay writing can you give me advices and recommend books. what i have to do to kearn toefl and other essays. thank you!

  7. Guest December 24, 2016 at 10:18 am #

    Hello! I passed exam three times and every time my reading and listening score is too low. What can I do? Actually, speaking and writing are excellent. Please help me asap. My next exam is in a month. What would you recommend to do?

    • Magoosh Test Prep Expert
      Magoosh Test Prep Expert December 24, 2016 at 1:55 pm #

      Sorry to hear you’re having trouble with your TOEFL Reading/TOEFL Listening scores. That can be frustrating. Often when you’re struggling in the first two sections of the TOEFL, your problems will be related to test strategy rather than English skill. By this, I mean that you may need to simply get a better understanding of the question types in these sections. If you haven’t done so already, make sure you know the TOEFL Reading question types and the TOEFL Listening question types. Also work on strategies that can help you eliminate incorrect multiple choice answers.

  8. shay May 20, 2017 at 5:43 am #

    i want to study toefl but i don’t know how to star?
    any advice .

    • David Recine
      David Recine May 20, 2017 at 7:02 am #

      I’d say the very best place to start is with a practice exam. There are a number of free practice TOEFL tests on the web. The one I recommend the most is TOEFL Quick Prep— that’s two full free practice tests anyway. Quick Prep is great, because it’s made by ETS, the same company that makes the real TOEFL. In fact, all Quick Prep sections and questions are taken from past real TOEFL exams.

      Once you’ve taken a full practice test, look at the answer key, and think about how you felt during TOEFL Speaking and Writing. Identify your strengths and weaknesses. Then start your TOEFL prep with those weaknesses in mind. Also begin your prep with your strengths in mind. After the test, you can start building on your strengths while also working in your weaknesses.

  9. jimmy October 26, 2017 at 9:07 am #

    Hello Magoosh team

    I have taken TOEFL exam, and unfortunately, I could not get a good score. In listening part, I have to say that sometimes I miss the lecture or conversation. I do not know what can I do for fixing this part. And I have another problem in this part. sometimes I have got the concept of the lecture but, I choose the wrong answer. I don’t know why. I have been taking lots of TPO test, but my score did not cheng. I could not detect my problem.

    Moreover, in speaking part, It is really hard for me to talk fluently in English. I have the proper variety of vocabularies, and I know the English structure but, during I am speaking, I made lots of mistakes, grammatically. Another fact is that when I am talking in English my brain frozen up abruptly.

    Please help me to fix these faults
    Regards

    • Magoosh Test Prep Expert
      Magoosh Test Prep Expert October 27, 2017 at 12:30 pm #

      Hi Jimmy,

      I’m so sorry to hear that you are not happy with your TOEFL score! I know it’s frustrating to prepare and work hard without achieving your goal. I highly recommend that you explore our blog for listening and speaking strategies that can help you to master the test. The TOEFL is not just about understanding English–it’s about how you take tests and use strategies to answer questions correctly! Make sure that you understand the strategies for answering each question inside and out!

      It also sounds like you need more practice with both listening and speaking, so why not practice both at the same time? The more you practice, the more confident you will be, and the less you will freeze up or forget how to answer. This blog post has some great resources to use for listening or reading practice that’s similar to TOEFL material.

      After listening to a presentation in English or reading an article from an English news site, summarize it out loud or in your head. Try to speak (out loud or in your head) for a full minute about what you read or heard. Summarizing is an incredibly important skill for the TOEFL. If you are speaking out loud, record what you say, then listen to it and try it again with even better pronunciation and with more details the second time. Try to mimic the pronunciation of the speaker, if you are summarizing a presentation. It may sound strange or awkward, or like you are mocking/insulting the native accent, but that’s okay! What feels natural to you will not be correct pronunciation, unless you have years of experience surrounded by native speakers. You have to sound strange and unnatural to change your accent. Try constantly to sound like the native speakers you hear.

      And you can go beyond just summarizing! When reading or listening to a presentation, pause often to give your reaction and opinion on the material. Act like you are having a conversation with the author or speaker, although you are not really talking to them.

      Here are some more tips from our TOEFL blog:
      How to practice TOEFL speaking
      TOEFL speaking practice

  10. Leonid November 22, 2017 at 5:19 pm #

    You are cool guys! Thank you for supporting me with your prep material.

    • David Recine
      David Recine November 23, 2017 at 9:34 am #

      And thanks for your kind words, Leonid! 🙂


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