I read and reviewed Barron’s TOEFL iBT with Eight Online Practice Tests. Read on to find out how it measures up as a TOEFL prep resource.
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Everyone knows that the best way to prepare yourself for your TOEFL test date is to practice the questions in Reading, Listening, Speaking, and Writing.. But successful test-takers must also prepare for the format, timing, and pacing of the TOEFL exam. The best way to do this is to take a free TOEFL sample test. […]
What is Mental Floss? It’s website full of articles and videos. Many of the articles cover subjects vocabulary that are good for TOEFL practice.
Welcome to Magoosh’s complete guide to TOEFL Listening. Here you’ll get an overview of the listening section of the TOEFL iBT, a look at the different types of questions, and a TOEFL Listening practice test. In addition to that mock test, you’ll get additional practice and tips for Listening on the TOEFL test. Click the […]
Learn where you can find the best official and unofficial TOEFL Reading practice, along with sample reading passages and topics.
What are your biggest problems when it comes to the TOEFL listening section? If you’re like a lot of the students I work with, you might find that the topics bore you; that the sections can be long; or that it’s hard to write as quickly as the speakers talk. Not to worry! We’re here […]
TOEFL Integrated Writing topics require you to summarize opinions that you read and hear. Read on to learn all about TOEFL Writing Task 1!
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!
Parallel structure is an important concept on the TOEFL, especially on TOEFL writing. Click here for an activity to practice parallel structure in English!
In a recent post, we looked at the Eiken vs. TOEFL in terms of Listening section lectures. (The Eiken is on of several TOEFL alternatives.)