Recently, students have reported to me that the reading in Prompt 2 contains a letter from a professor that is addressed to the students. Many TOEFL students are not sure how to respond to this type of prompt. This blog post will give an example of this kind of prompt, and a sample answer. Here is the sample letter:
One major change is now you get a TOTAL score. Before August of 2019, you were given a score on each speaking question. That was helpful information, because then the student knew which speaking question was their weakness.
Hello all! I took the new TOEFL that began in August of 2019. In this blog post, I want to share with you my experience as well as give you some insight about what to expect.
This blog will deal with a new style on the TOEFL iBT for Prompt 2.
It is becoming more common, so while you still may get the old style, be prepared for this style as well.
This blog will cover the most common misunderstandings that students have about the TOEFL test. This is based on my ten years of teaching TOEFL students.
In this blog post, you will learn about changes to the TOEFL iBT that will begin in August of 2019. Click on READ MORE to continue to the blog post.
Many of my students need to get over 26 on the speaking section, but this is not easy! It takes a lot of work. I’ve been teaching TOEFL for ten years, and students who get over 26 follow these tips.
TOP TEN TIPS FOR THE INDEPENDENT WRITING SECTION
Many students, especially pharmacists and dentists, need to get a high score on the writing section of the TOEFL iBT. This blog is aimed at giving you some tips to increase your probability of getting a high score.
Why is it so difficult to get 26 on the Speaking section of the TOEFL iBT?
This blog post will address why it is so difficult to get a 26 on the Speaking and give advice on how to improve your independent responses.
If you are reading this, you are probably a pharmacist or a teacher who needs 26 or more on the TOEFL iBT. You have probably also heard a lot of stories about how difficult this is to obtain.
Here are some examples of how to answer speaking questions one and two. Do not memorize these answers; the ETS can tell if you have memorized answers and you are only repeating them. However, these should give you some ideas about how to structure your answer. Try repeating these to get used to the organization.