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    To score well in the speaking section of the TOEFL, you should know about the section first. In the TEOFL iBT you will be required to listen and read prompts and give your response. The speaking section consists of four tasks which have a duration of over 17 minutes. Here are some tips to do… Read More »

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    There are 30 multiple choice questions in the TOEFL Reading segment to be answered within a 54-minute time limit. The Reading section assesses the ability to comprehend academic texts. The reading passages are taken from university course books and covers a number of topics. Three passages, with ten questions per passage, are used. You can… Read More »

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    The TOEFL exam consists of the following sections: Reading Listening Speaking Writing A minimum score of 80 out of 120 indicates average English proficiency. The better you score, there are better chances of your application being accepted. In the listening section of the exam you will be required to listen to 6 or 9 recordings,… Read More »

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    Self-study for the TOEFL speaking section can be quite challenging because this section does contain no answer for right or wrong answers. Besides this, there is no score or feedback given for performance in this section. How do you get over these hurdles and prepare efficiently for this section? Here are some tips to help… Read More »

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    So, you are preparing for the TOEFL exam. An important part of this exam is the Reading section. Now, reading sounds to be a normal and simple activity. But when it comes to TOEFL, the questions you will need to attend will be surely challenging if you don’t prepare for it the right way. The… Read More »

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    The TOEFL exam consists of the following sections: Reading Listening Speaking Writing A minimum score of 80 out of 120 indicates average English proficiency. The better you score, there are better chances of your application being accepted. The TOEFL test scores are an important eligibility requirement which will be considered along with the other requirements… Read More »

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