TOEFL Integrated Writing topics require you to summarize opinions that you read and hear. Read on to learn all about TOEFL Writing Task 1!
In TOEFL Writing Task 1, you’ll read a passage, listen to a lecture, and write an essay in response. These articles provide practice tasks, advice, and information on this part of TOEFL Writing.
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I love Lucas’s TOEFL Tuesday videos. And he made an especially good video last week. He talked about the worst mistake in TOEFL Writing: plagiarism.
Let’s talk about the worst mistake I see in people’s essays when they are preparing for the TOEFL. This is a large, obvious mistake, and it’s completely avoidable, so every time I see it, I feel terrible for the person who wrote the essay. If only they knew this advice, they would score higher! The […]
The TOEFL Integrated Writing passage stays in front of you on the screen. So copying the original wording can be easy– so easy you can do it by accident.
This post contains audio for the TOEFL Integrated Writing lecture that appears as transcript-only on pages 27-28 of TOEFL Quick Prep, Volume 1.
Finding TOEFL-like passages to practice for TOEFL Reading is reasonably easy—just find a nice medium-length article on an educational website, or read excerpts from first and second-year college textbooks.
The TOEFL Integrated Writing Task can be tricky. The passage and the lecture are both fairly complex, and they contradict each other. There’s a lot of important information to be found between the reading and the lecture that challenges parts of the reading. You need to make sure you notice, record, and correctly recall the […]
For many students taking the TOEFL, scoring a 5 out of 5 on each of the two TOEFL essays—which would lead to a perfect score of 30 in the writing section—is the ultimate goal. Getting there takes a lot of practice, but it pays off nicely! Scoring so high in one section can counterbalance slightly […]
Revisions to TOEFL Writing responses should be made based on priorities. You want to revise the most important aspects of the writing first, and then move on to smaller “proofreading” errors (punctuation, spelling, grammar, etc…) if you have time. What are the highest priorities (and lowest) when you revise TOEFL Writing? ETS’s rubrics for TOEFL […]