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!
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. 🙂
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.
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.
This 40-page eBook contains our 16 best tips for the writing section. Get it here.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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
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.
Study the 600 most important vocabulary words for the TOEFL—also free. 🙂 Study on iOS, Android, or just on the web!
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!