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Teacher (Jonathan), who helped me prepare for TOEFL - https://goo.gl/07A5sz
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Use this book for improving your vocabulary for TOEFL - http://amzn.to/2aYCIVg
How to register for TOEFL and report your scores - https://youtu.be/6R19kw1eM1g
The best way to get ready for TOEFL is to spend a couple of weeks learning English in a language school abroad: https://goo.gl/zjLm6s
I have recently taken TOEFL and scored 117 out of 120. I am originally from Russia and have never lived abroad for a long time, that's why I decided to share my tips on how to pass TOEFL iBT test and score more than 100. Such score would get you into a top university in the USA or anywhere else where TOEFL is accepted. I share my tips for reading and listening section, I would share more in my next videos. Stay tuned and subscribe!
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Thank you for those simple and clear tips on how to boost your score. An incentive one was " you want to get into a top US university if so, all you need to do is exclusively focus on the score you want it. I got a lot out of this point and it is working out well for me recently. So, I try to learn from the past but plan for the future by concentrate on the present. That is where the fun is and if it can't be fun, so what's the point?
Marina... I love your channel. That is a great score, but I think the reason you scored so high is because you are a genius when it comes to languages... plus being so intelligent and having a great work ethic helps too. :)
Even though we follow your advice and do as the way you tried, we will have to be in trouble more than you think because we are not native Americans. I'm not conversant enough to understand and know every word in toefl exam. Actually I read a lot of fictional books written in English but I have to face difficulties for some words that I have never seen in my student life. But I hope this video will help me a lot . Whatever, thanks you so much
Thank you so much for your tutorials. I scored 114/120!! Your tutorial made the test much easier thanks to your tips and templates, now I can continue my studies in Civil Engineering! I wish you the best and nothing less.
I got 112. I was very nervous as I wasn't able to sleep in the night: I gave the exam with no sleep the night before. I gave it with the feeling that I'm going to do bad. I was hoping to get 100, and I got 112. I was elated. What I've learnt is to lower the expectations and keep them reasonable. God will help you reach if you are willing to put in the commensurate effort.
I'm a native speaker (from 1 to the age of 8) for my german university I though needed a TOEFL test. I had 9 days to register and prepare. I watched these videos to get a feeling of the structure and bought the book: crack the TOEFL and read the first quarter to be prepared. I got 93 out of 120 and needed 87. Glad it's over now. Thanks
This book contains most common grammar errors which we generally do inadvertently, avoiding these mistakes will definitely boost your confidence in the usage of English language. Helpful in preparation of different competitive English exams.
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Hi, a good idea for your next video, Credential Evaluation process, dude it's a real nightmare I am currently going through it and I had to ask 100 questions before to get the process right... Since a lot of potential international are watching you, I thought it would be helpful for them :)
(Read the full sentence) I disagree with what you say about "chose the right answer and stop reading": in the non-TOEFL exams I had done, this was tricky, there were many times an exception, or some other detail, and that was the right answer. Maybe in TOEFL it's like that, but I would be careful.
I'm planning to do it in summer, I will give my opinion after that
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