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Two Week TOEFL Study Plan


Two weeks is just enough time to learn the format of the TOEFL well and take a couple of full practice tests. You can even watch all the lessons and answer most of the questions in Magoosh TOEFL! It will take some hard work to become a TOEFL-taking expert in such a short time, but it’s definitely possible.

Let’s get started.

 

 

 

The Study Materials That You Need

To follow this schedule fully, you’ll need four things:

  1. A computer with speakers, a CD drive, and Internet access
  2. Magoosh TOEFL Prep
  3. The Official Guide to the TOEFL iBT, 4th Edition with the accompanying CD
  4. Magoosh’s free Study Timer app for iPhone/iPad for timing yourself on exam sections and keeping yourself on pace. Currently only available in iTunes.

Plan on spending about two hours each day to stay on this schedule. There are two days that will be full-length practice tests, which take four hours. One day in the middle is a rest day.

A Note on Magoosh Grammar Lessons

In Magoosh TOEFL, there are about 50 grammar lessons. These are for your use if you want specific grammar review, but we will not include them in the schedule. Improving grammar can take a very long time. It is faster and more efficient to simply learn how to take the TOEFL in this short time. So if you want to review the grammar, and you have enough time, then those grammar videos can be a great help! But don’t sacrifice time you could spend practicing the TOEFL and learning how to answer questions well.

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Optional materials

If you have over two hours to spend studying each day, you can supplement the below schedule with these materials:

 

Two Week TOEFL Study Schedule

 

Week One

Week 1, Day 1: Preliminary Practice Test

Today, you’re going to take a full practice test to see what exactly you will prepare for. If you don’t have a full four hours to spend, then switch this day with another day soon when you will have the time. You need four hours with no interruptions at your computer.

Take the practice test 2 from the CD that comes with the Official Guide. Do not take breaks during a section, and be careful with the clock. The software will give you the timer for most parts, but here is the timing for reference:

  • Reading section: 60 minutes
  • Listening section: 20 minutes total to answer the questions of all six recordings. Stop the timer when you are listening to the recordings.
  • BREAK: 10 minutes (have a quick snack!)
  • Speaking section: (You will need to time yourself and record yourself in the speaking section, so be prepared.)
    • 15 seconds to prepare, 45 seconds to speak.
    • 15 seconds to prepare, 45 seconds to speak.
    • 30 seconds to prepare, 60 seconds to speak.
    • 30 seconds to prepare, 60 seconds to speak.
    • 20 seconds to prepare, 60 seconds to speak.
    • 20 seconds to prepare, 60 seconds to speak.
  • Writing section:
    • 20 minutes
    • 30 minutes

Week 1, Day 2:

  • Lessons
    • Watch the first seven videos in Magoosh: under Introduction to the TOEFL, from “Overview of the TOEFL” to “Studying for the TOEFL.”
    • Watch the video “Using the Grammar Lessons” in Introduction to TOEFL Grammar.
  • Practice
    • In Magoosh, click the green “Practice Reading” button on your Dashboard. Answer 14 questions, until the text changes to a new topic passage. Watch the explanation video for every question you get wrong. If you see a new passage after 14 questions, return to the dashboard by clicking “Magoosh” at the top left of the screen.
    • Click the green “Practice Writing” button on your Dashboard. Complete one essaysand watch the explanation videos.

Week 1, Day 3:

  • Lessons
    • The first five videos under Reading, titled “Pacing While Reading” to “Question Type: Except.”
  • The first two videos under Speaking, titled “Task 1 – Choose One from Many” and “Task 1 – Sample Answers.”
  • Practice
    • Click the green “Practice Speaking” button on your Dashboard. Answer 6 questions. Watch the explanation video for every question.
    • Click the green “Practice Reading” button on your Dashboard. Answer 14 questions, until the text changes to a new topic passage. Watch the explanation video for every question you get wrong. If you see a new passage after 14 questions, return to the dashboard by clicking “Magoosh” at the top left of the screen.

Week 1, Day 4:

  • Lessons
    • The first three videos under Listening, the “Sample Recording” videos.
    • The next four videos under Speaking, “Task 2 – Choose One from Two” to “Task 3 – Sample Answer.”
  • Practice
    • Click the green “Practice Speaking” button on your Dashboard. Answer 6 questions. Watch the explanation video for every question.
    • Click the green “Practice Listening” button on your Dashboard. Answer all of the questions associated with three different recordings (about 17 questions). Watch the explanation video for every question you get wrong. If you start a fourth recording, return to the dashboard by clicking “Magoosh” at the top left of the screen to exit your practice.

Week 1, Day 5:

  • Lessons
    • The next four videos under Listening, from “Question Type: Main Idea” to “Using Your Notes.”
    • The first three videos under Writing, from “The Five-Paragraph Essay” to “Integrated Introduction Sample.”
  • Practice
    • Click the green “Practice Listening” button on your Dashboard. Answer all of the questions associated with three recordings (about 17 questions). Watch the explanation video for every question you get wrong.
    • Click the green “Practice Writing” button on your Dashboard. Complete one essays and watch the explanation videos.

Week 1, Day 6:

  • Lessons
    • The next four videos under Writing, “Integrated Structure A” to “Integrated Body Sample (Structure B).”
    • The next two videos under Reading, “Inference” and “Purpose.”
  • Practice
    • Click the green “Practice Writing” button on your Dashboard. Complete one essay, and then watch the explanation video.
    • Click the green “Practice Reading” button on your Dashboard. Answer 14 questions, until the text changes to a new topic passage. Watch the explanation video for every question you get wrong.
  • Official Practice

 

Week Two

Week 2, Day 1: Second Practice Test:

Today, you’re going to take your second full practice test. If you don’t have a full four hours to spend, then switch this day with another when you have time, preferably as soon as possible. You need four hours with no interruptions at your computer.

Take the practice test 3 from the CD that comes with the Official Guide. Do not take breaks during a section, and be careful with the clock. The software will give you the timer for most parts, but here is the timing for reference:

  • Reading section: 60 minutes
  • Listening section: 20 minutes total to answer the questions of all six recordings. Stop the timer when you are listening to the recordings.
  • BREAK: 10 minutes (have a quick snack!)
  • Speaking section: (You will need to time yourself and record yourself in the speaking section, so be prepared.)
    • 15 seconds to prepare, 45 seconds to speak.
    • 15 seconds to prepare, 45 seconds to speak.
    • 30 seconds to prepare, 60 seconds to speak.
    • 30 seconds to prepare, 60 seconds to speak.
    • 20 seconds to prepare, 60 seconds to speak.
    • 20 seconds to prepare, 60 seconds to speak.
  • Writing section:
    • 20 minutes
    • 30 minutes

Week 2, Day 2:

  • Lessons
    • The next two videos under Speaking, “Task 4 – Lecture & Reading” and “Task 4 – Sample Answer.”
    • The next four videos under Listening, “Question Type: Function” to “Tone of Voice.”
  • Practice
    • Click the green “Practice Listening” button on your Dashboard. Answer all of the questions associated with three recordings (about 17 questions). Watch the explanation video for every question you get wrong.
    • Click the green “Practice Speaking” button on your Dashboard. Answer 6 questions. Watch the explanation video for every question.

Week 2, Day 3:

  • Lessons
    • The next two videos under Writing, “Essay 2 -Independent” and “Independent Introduction Sample.”
    • The next three videos under Reading, “Reference” to “Insert Text”
  • Practice
    • Click the green “Practice Writing” button on your Dashboard. Complete one essay, and then watch the explanation video.
    • Click the green “Practice Reading” button on your Dashboard. Answer 14 questions, until the text changes to a new topic passage. Watch the explanation video for every question you get wrong.

Week 2, Day 4:

  • Lessons
    • The next two videos under Speaking, “Task 5 – Conversation” and “Task 5 – Sample Answer.”
    • The last two videos under Reading, “Summary” and “Category”
    • The next two videos under Listening, “Question Type: Organization” and “Structural Key Words”
  • Practice
    • Click the green “Practice Reading” button on your Dashboard. Answer 14 questions, until the text changes to a new topic passage. Watch the explanation video for every question you get wrong.
    • Click the green “Practice Listening” button on your Dashboard. Answer all of the questions associated with three recordings (about 17 questions). Watch the explanation video for every question you get wrong.

 

Week 2, Day 5:

  • Lessons
    • The last five videos under Writing, “Independent Structure A” to “Independent Conclusion Sample”
  • Practice
    • Click the green “Practice Writing” button on your Dashboard. Complete two essays, watching the explanation videos.
  • Review
    • Review all of your answers from the last full practice test you took. Pay careful attention to your wrong answers in reading and listening, learning from your mistakes. Grade your speaking and writing tasks by comparing them with the examples given on the CD.

 

Week 2, Day 6

  • Lessons
    • The last two videos under Speaking, “Task 6 – Lecture” and “Task 6 – Sample Answer.”
    • The final four videos in Listening, “Question Type: Inference” to “Easiest to Hardest.”
  • Practice
    • Click the green “Practice Speaking” button on your Dashboard. Answer 6 questions. Watch the explanation video for every question.
    • Click the green “Practice Listening” button on your Dashboard. Answer all of the questions associated with three recordings (about 17 questions). Watch the explanation video for every question you get wrong.

 

Week 2, Day 7:

  • Practice
    • Click the green “Practice Writing” button on your Dashboard. Complete one essay and watch the explanation video.
    • Click the green “Practice Reading” button on your Dashboard. Answer 14 questions, until the text changes to a new topic passage. Watch the explanation video for every question you get wrong.
  • Official Material
    • Complete as much of the final practice test in the Official Guide as possible (practice test 1). Focus on your weakest areas. Carefully review your wrong answers, learning from your mistakes.
  • Listen to Amy Cuddy’s TED talk about posture, and consider how this could help you on your test.

 
Improve your TOEFL score with a 7-day free Magoosh trial

If you have time remaining:

  • Review Magoosh videos and practice questions.
  • Complete remaining practice material in the official guide:
    • The remaining material from practice test 1
    • Reading, pages 61 to 121
    • Listening, pages 143 to 163
    • Speaking, pages 165 to 187 (the tasks are mixed in with descriptive text)
  • Finish the remaining essay assignments in Magoosh
  • Finish the remaining listening assignments in Magoosh
  • Answer questions from the list on pages 260-230 either in writing or spoken, as if they were speaking task 2 questions. If speaking, record your answers.
  • Complete these free practice materials:

 

The day before your TOEFL test:

You’re going to the dominate! Don’t study today—that would just build up anxiety. Instead, find out what to expect on test day by reading about what you need to bring on test day and reading ETS’s TOEFL Test Day Tips. If you’ve followed this study schedule, you should be in good shape for the test. Get a good night’s sleep, and have a healthy breakfast in the morning. Good luck!

 

By the way, sign up for Magoosh TOEFL Prep! You’ll get access to 110 lesson videos that cover everything you need to do well on the TOEFL! Click here to learn more.

35 Responses to Two Week TOEFL Study Plan

  1. Dawan Ashar April 14, 2015 at 5:42 am #

    thank you very much for your kind advice.

  2. Naveen June 15, 2015 at 4:08 am #

    There are no full length tests (4 hour) provided by Magoosh?
    And topics once viewed and practiced can be viewed and practiced again? (As this option is not available in 7 day free trail option). Please reply

    • Lucas Fink
      Lucas Fink June 16, 2015 at 8:02 pm #

      For questions like this, please email us at help@magoosh.com. 🙂 But yes, you’re right about both of those points. At the moment (June 2015), there are no full-length practice tests in Magoosh TOEFL. We would like to include them eventually, but I don’t yet know when we will have them. As for reviewing your answers, you can absolutely repeat questions that you’ve already answered in our premium TOEFL subscription.

  3. sarab July 6, 2015 at 7:56 am #

    How can I start with this site to preparing to toefl exam in second week.
    and how much money should i pay ?

    • Lucas Fink
      Lucas Fink July 6, 2015 at 6:54 pm #

      For questions like this, email help@magoosh.com. But you can also get more information from our website.

      • shruthi August 23, 2016 at 6:12 am #

        hey lucas,
        In magoosh learning tracker, speaking and writing sections are not evaluated. Is that right? How are we supposed to know our level in speaking and writing part,without evaluation?

        • Magoosh Test Prep Expert
          Magoosh Test Prep Expert August 24, 2016 at 10:41 am #

          Hi Shruthi,

          I know that grading your own responses after only reading the rubrics can be tough. It might help if you use some sample responses that show how different answers sound and look and then compare your answers to those samples. First, for reference, here are the official rubrics, which you should use together with the advice given in the explanation videos in Magoosh:

          Speaking Rubrics
          Writing Rubrics

          The Speaking Section

          Now, here are some sample responses that can help you judge your speaking:

          Sample Speaking Answers

          There are also some official, ETS samples in these videos:

          Questions 1 and 2
          Questions 3 and 5
          Questions 4 and 6

          The Writing Section

          As for the writing section, there are actually official ETS sample responses here.

          And there are a few more in those YouTube videos, too:

          Integrated
          Independent

          I hope all those samples help a bit! I think with those and the rubrics, together with the advice in Magoosh’s explanations, your scoring of your own essays and spoken responses will be pretty accurate. 🙂

  4. Nabeel Kirmani October 5, 2015 at 12:55 pm #

    Sometimes I stammer on particular words, will stammering affect my speaking section evaluation?

    • Lucas Fink
      Lucas Fink October 12, 2015 at 4:24 pm #

      It can, but only if it causes trouble for communication. If the rater can understand you, and the stuttering is relatively light, it shouldn’t be a problem. If you have a sever stutter, you may want to email ETS about the possibility of exemption from the speaking section.

  5. Laura Morales October 27, 2015 at 8:19 am #

    Hi Magoosh Team! I’ve found your website very helpful but I’m a little confused. I have some questions about this 2-week TOEFL study plan.
    First, there are three resources recommended to follow, one of them is your Magoosh TOELF Prep, and I saw that you have two options (1-month and 6-month), obviously I’ll choose the 1-month because I don’t have much time to use it; but my question is, is this book the same book you have for free? I don’t understand what this manual is about.
    Second, if I buy your 1-month Test Prep, would I received comments on what I am doing wrong? especially in my speaking and writing answers that are my weaknesses.
    I hope you can answer my questions, that way I can start practicing with you and overcome my fear to this test. Thank you!

    • David Recine
      David Recine October 30, 2015 at 6:20 pm #

      Good question Laura. With a premium subscription, you get a lot of additional materials beyond our free ebooks. Both a 1 month and 6 month subscription give you access to well over 330 practice questions on our online system, which is designed to look and feel like the iBT itself. Each practice question also comes with a short video explanation. These explanations don’t just tell you what the right answer— they also tell you HOW to find the right answers quickly, while avoiding the wrong answers. So that’s 330+ mini-lessons on test strategy— one for each question we offer. Along with these video mini-lessons, you also get over 100 full-length video lessons form Lucas, lessons that aren’t available on our blog.

      • David Recine
        David Recine October 30, 2015 at 6:29 pm #

        PS— I forgot to mention that we provide email support to Premium members. Our Premium email support service answers your questions about both Magoosh and ETS TOEFL practice materials. Our email tutors can also give you some feedback on the TOEFL Speaking and Writing responses you record on Magoosh. Once you’ve completed a few responses, you can email us and ask for some general feedback on the quality of your Speaking/Writing. We don’t give in-depth scoring of individual responses at this time, however. We’re a small team, and we do all we can to offer excellent service while still keeping our subscriptions affordable.

  6. Advithi November 3, 2015 at 6:25 am #

    Hi, I recently gave my GRE on 02nd Nov 2015. I am giving my TOEFL on 13th of this month.Could you please guide me on how to prep in these 10 days? and Nail it?
    Also if i buy the 1 month plan will i be able to access all of them in 10 days?or are these video lessons distributed over the month’s frame?

    • David Recine
      David Recine November 9, 2015 at 6:37 pm #

      You can access all videos at any time with Premium service. 🙂 A two-week study plan (http://magoosh.com/toefl/two-week-toefl-study-plan/) is best for students in your situation. Study plans are designed to be flexible, so it’s easily possible to to a 14 day study plan in just 10 days, with more hours of study per day.

  7. etshaaa November 11, 2015 at 4:48 pm #

    OMG ?
    i am going to take the test tomorrow.
    i found this app by luck today
    i will get a low score then i will work with you again to get a higher score ?

    • Rachel Wisuri
      Rachel Wisuri November 12, 2015 at 10:30 am #

      Good luck! 🙂

  8. Alia November 17, 2015 at 6:49 am #

    Hi, I am going to take toefl pbt test in the next 3 weeks. Is the type of question for ibt and pbt quite similar? Because, I want to prepare my toefl test with the help of this website and the website only offers toefl ibt module. If I study with ibt material from magoosh, can I understand the question at pbt test later ? Thank you 🙂

    • David Recine
      David Recine November 20, 2015 at 6:35 pm #

      Hi Alia, for the most part Magoosh’s premium TOEFL iBT materials will help you study for the PBT. This is because the PBT has Reading, Listening, and Writing sections that are very similar to the iBT. However, the PBT does not have a Speaking section. It has a Grammar section instead. More details on the overall differences between the iBT and the PBT can be found in Kate’s post here ont he blog: http://magoosh.com/toefl/2014/the-toefl-ibt-and-how-its-different-from-the-pbt/

      TO study for PBT Grammar, this TOEFL blog is actually Magoosh’s best resource. Be sure to check out everything under our grammar tag: https://magoosh.com/toefl/category/writing/grammar/

      And you may also want to practice some of our Premium Speaking materials, even though you’re taking the PBT and not the iBT. Practicing Speaking along with the other three skills that are on both tests can help you increase your overall fluency and confidence in English.

  9. Shishir November 22, 2015 at 11:49 am #

    I think there is a typo in the schedule provided above. In Week 2, Day 1, Magoosh instructs to take a Full Lenght test and also a Practice session.

    • David Recine
      David Recine November 24, 2015 at 1:23 pm #

      Thanks for spotting that, Shishir. That does look a bit strange. If all of those activities are necessary on Week 2, Day 1, then that would be 5-7 hours of work on that day. It’s also unusual to see Week 2, Day 1 get two different underlined headings. I’ll email Lucas about this to see what’s up.

  10. sanjay December 24, 2015 at 9:58 pm #

    respected sir , sir i have joined the mangoosh classes for toefl .Sir how can i improve my speaking skills .

    • Rachel Wisuri
      Rachel Wisuri December 28, 2015 at 6:16 pm #

      Hey Sanjay,

      Welcome! Since you’ve joined our premium class, you can email us at help@magoosh.com and we can help you there. 🙂

  11. Nini February 3, 2016 at 11:53 am #

    Hi, If i buy one week access, how many classes will I be able to download. For example in two week prep. course there are four classes. thanks.

    • Rachel Wisuri
      Rachel Wisuri February 4, 2016 at 12:06 pm #

      Hi Nini,

      For questions like this, please email us at help@magoosh.com. 🙂 We’ll be able to better answer your question there.

  12. Tianyi March 25, 2016 at 8:07 pm #

    Hello, I just purchased your one-month lesson. I took a TOEFL ITP exam on January, got 573, which convert to iBT is 89. My goal is reach 100, to achieve an assistant position in my university. But I only have two weeks. Do you think my goal is accessible within two weeks?

    • Magoosh Test Prep Expert
      Magoosh Test Prep Expert March 30, 2016 at 9:15 pm #

      Hi Tiyani. Sorry for a slightly delayed reply.

      I’ve definitely seen some students go form an 89 to a 100 in two weeks, although that is a rather tight schedule for that level of improvement. Most of the students who are able to significantly boost their iBT score in less than a month have pretty good English skills. High level English learners can use a shorter study plan to help them keep their English skills fresh, while upping their game when it comes to test strategy. Test-specific strategy skills can be improved much more quickly than general language skills, so that’s an especially important part of short term TOEFL prep.

      So I’d say it couldn’t hurt to try for the assistant position— success is absolutely a possibility. But be prepared to retry for a higher TOEFL score and an assistant position in the future too. It’s possible you can reach your target score, but it’s also possible that your English skills aren’t quite where they need to be just yet.

  13. Norhan May 20, 2016 at 8:16 pm #

    Hi Magoosh instructors,
    I have passed the TOEFL ibt in all sections except speaking. I got 24 and i need 26 points for my license. I have two weeks left for the other exam, do you have any suggestions.
    Thank you

    • Magoosh Test Prep Expert
      Magoosh Test Prep Expert May 21, 2016 at 3:12 pm #

      It can be frustrating to fall just a point or two short, can’t it? But it does sound like you’re very close to getting across that finish line and earning your professional license!

      If your score was around 24 in each individual section of the TOEFL, this 2-week plan could be just want you need for a last minute boost before your upcoming retake. Since you’ve already taken the exam before, you can skip any activities related to learning the test format. With that extra time, you could do additional practice questions, or focus a little bit more on the TOEFL skills you feel the least confident with.

      On the other hand, if you’re really weak in certain TOEFL sections but really strong in others, I recommend spending the next two weeks focusing on your weak areas, with light practice only in the parts of the TOEFL that you are doing well in.

  14. Amrutha June 24, 2016 at 7:36 am #

    Hello Magoosh,

    I am currently also preparing up for GRE , so it it required to work any different in case of Vocab-Particular to words?

    Also could you recommend if it is mandatory to have the iBIT CD or taking up for the premium package be sufficient.

    Would the premium package provide me with practice tests just as the GRE one would?

    Please help, I am looking forward to a 105+ score

    • Magoosh Test Prep Expert
      Magoosh Test Prep Expert June 29, 2016 at 8:51 pm #

      If you’re going to subscribe to Magoosh TOEFL Premium and use one of our study schedules, you’ll want to have all of the recommended materials from ETS. This includes the CD that comes with the guide– otherwise you won’t have the audio tracks you need for the Listening, Speaking, and Writing sections.

      And yes, a subscription to Magoosh TOEFL comes with practice exams, just like the GRE. 🙂

      Regarding the GRE itself, the vocabulary skills you need for the GRE are similar to the TOEFL in some ways. For both exams, you need to understand the definitions of a lot of academic words, you need to know how vocabulary is used in context, and you need to use context to guess at the meaning of unfamiliar words.

      But it’s also important to remember that GRE tests vocabulary at a more advanced level than the TOEFL. the words themselves are harder, and you need to actually make your own choices with vocabulary, choosing the correct words to complete sentences. So treat TOEFL vocabulary study as a warmup for GRE vocab. You can build your basic academic vocabulary skills during TOEFL prep, and then build your skills up even more as you get ready for the GRE.

  15. Abdulgani July 20, 2016 at 1:59 pm #

    Hi,
    I’m planning to take TOEFL examination within two months, and I may subscribe one of Magoosh’s study plans. Speaking of subscription, I have two questions. First, are full TOEFL practice tests available at Magoosh? Second, will the tutors check my writing and speaking sections after I take practice tests?!.

    • Magoosh Test Prep Expert
      Magoosh Test Prep Expert July 24, 2016 at 4:49 pm #

      Great questions, Abdulgani! We do offer full TOEFL practice tests to our subscribers, as well as “custom practice” sessions that focus on just one TOEFL section or skill. We don not offer Writing and Speaking feedback at this time, however.

  16. alice January 3, 2017 at 2:32 pm #

    Hello! I’m completely clueless about taking the TOFEL but was told by the school in amsterdam that i would need this test in order to apply to the school. I was wondering how much of a prep would I need if i did Honors english for 2 years in high school and AP english for 1 year and i did fairly good in all those classes?

    thank you!

    • Magoosh Test Prep Expert
      Magoosh Test Prep Expert January 5, 2017 at 2:37 pm #

      Hi Alice,

      First, I encourage you to watch this TOEFLTuesday video: How Long to Study for the TOEFL. There are two major challenges to taking the TOEFL. The first is improving your general English abilities, and the second involves understanding the test-taking strategy and getting enough practice to be able to take the test with confidence. If you are very confident in all four aspects of your English abilities (reading, writing, speaking, listening), then you can definitely prepare for the test within 2 weeks. However, if you feel like you want to improve more on your general abilities, then you might choose to study longer. I recommend that you check out these free TOEFL practice questions we have on our blog. They can help you decide how much time you should spend studying 🙂

  17. heidy May 20, 2017 at 8:35 pm #

    Thanks, and happy study for all one.


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