Taking practice tests is a useful form of preparation for most standardized tests, but it is especially useful for the TOEFL. For any test preparation regimen, practice tests are a good early step to show you where your strengths and weaknesses lie. Later on in the process, they help you learn the format of the […]
By the time you’re ready to take the TOEFL, you’re done with secondary school and maybe your first round of higher education- at this point, you’ve taken plenty of tests. You know which study methods work for you. The TOEFL is different from a regular test, though, because while most tests are only asking you […]
If you have found your way to this website, then you are probably already thinking about taking the TOEFL test. If you are a non-native English speaker who wants to work or study in an English-speaking country, then you should be thinking about the TOEFL. However, the TOEFL is not the only major test of […]
We at www.toefltutors.com recently came across an excellent video which provides a helpful overview of the structure of the TOEFL. This video talks about the TOEFL’s structure (i.e., how long is it, what are the TOEFL’s key sections, etc.) and required skills. It breaks the skills required to ace the TOEFL down into: 1) Language and 2) Academic.