Whether you’re planning to study for a long time, or you’ve waited until the last minute, it helps to add some structure to your TOEFL study plan to keep you organized and on track. Planning out a study schedule is the key first step in scoring well on the TOEFL. Here are some tips to help you build a study schedule that works for you!
To help take the guesswork out of all of this, we’ve created a couple of schedules to help you get started.
Magoosh TOEFL Study Guides
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Pro Tip: Before getting started on your study plan, we recommend reading our top tips for making the most of your TOEFL study schedule. And, if you’re looking for a more flexible study plan, try our post on preparing for the TOEFL in 20-30 minutes per day. 🙂
Building Your Own TOEFL Study Schedule
If you want to build your own, customized study schedule, start by asking yourself these questions:
- Am I ready to start studying for the TOEFL?
- What score do I need on the TOEFL? How much do I need to improve from where I am today?
- How long am I going to study? How much time can I study each day or week?
- Do I want to make a daily schedule that outlines what I need to do each day? Or do I want to make a weekly schedule, that has more room for adjustments?
- What skills do I need the most help with?
- What skills do I need the least help with?
After you have your materials, it’s time to plan out your study schedule. I’d suggest using our one month plan (mentioned above), as a guide, and take it from there.
Happy studying! 🙂