Here we will atack the Speaking section of the TOEFL-iBT. We will be going through a general overview to familiarize ourselves with the section.
The Listening section is the second part of the TOEFL-iBT test. you will have this section right after completing the Reading section. And just like it, it will be affected by the long format variable.
This section will usually take 41-57 minutes long. Depending on whether you get the short or long format in this section.
The best thing to do is to be prepared for the long format as we will only know which format we receive when we start the test.
As you know, prepping for an international test is no easy challenge. You have all the stakes weighing deeper on your shoulders, you need a specific score with a deadline, the nerve of the moment, and so much more. It`s a lot of pressure. Luckily, you don’t need to cave in despair, as you can easily be the master of your destiny. You just need to be consistent with a few habits. Study habits that is. Here is the short answer:
Now as you may already know, Standardized tests such as the TOEFL or the IELTS, are infamous for draining energy. In fact one of the main reasons why students score lower is due to the marathonic lengths that these tests have. This can be statistically proven when you analyze the score of the first sections of the tests and compare them with the final sections. There is usually a clear lowering on their performance. Even though you will be allotted a few minutes to recover in 1 or more short breaks, it is not sufficient to just get a bathroom break, but rather a moment where you can regain some of that energy that has been lost. But you have to do this in a very efficient way. So here are the best and worst snacks that you can take for your standardized test. Starting with the best ones.
Here are the links to the previous sections if you’d like to start from a previous point. General Overview The Passages Multiple-Choice Questions Now, let’s continue to the final part of this series, where we will focus on the questions where we must dedicate more time. Final Questions This post will cover the final types …
Vocabulary, as I have said before, is essential if you want to score good on a test or just increase your general knowledge of the language. So here I collected a list of vocab that I usually share with my students. It really helps them into expressing their ideas in different forms and manners that just stand out of the mainstream.