It happened. You didn’t get the TOEFL score you needed. Take heart! I’m about to tell you how to study for a TOEFL retake successfully.
It happens! Sometimes you need to retake the exam. Read these articles to decide if you need to retake the TOEFL, and to get advice on preparing for a TOEFL retake.
Lately, this blog has been getting a lot of questions from anxious Magooshers who are considering a TOEFL retake and want to know the risks.
As I’ve mentioned, you should need to wait 10 days to find out if you need a TOEFL retake.
So you’ve failed the TOEFL. The next question you may have is “Do I have time for a TOEFL retake before my application deadline?”
As you’re prepping for the TOEFL, you’d be right to ask yourself…. “But what if I fail?” Always plan for success, but have a backup plan for failure.
If you think about it, taking the TOEFL is really a relatively quick and painless way to prove your level of English. It allows schools to outsource the vetting of international candidates, which ultimately frees up the resources for them to consider more candidates; it’s cheaper than an interview, and less time-consuming (for you and […]
So you took the TOEFL, and you’re not happy with your score. What should you do now? How important is your TOEFL score, really? Is it important to retake the TOEFL and get a higher score? These are good questions, but the answers are different for individual people. Maybe you scored a 96, but you […]