All international students want to improve their TOEFL scores as quickly as possible. A high TOEFL score means gaining acceptance into an academic or professional program. In addition, students who score higher than 80 to 90 points can communicate fairly effectively in personal and business situations.
Therefore, as long as TOEFL prep students are motivated to get a high score, they will be able to reach their goals. However, they will need to follow a rigorous daily study routine, and reaching their target TOEFL scores may take several months.
Like many TOEFL prep students, Adrian wanted to improve his TOEFL score, which is why he contacted me at my YouTube Channel. He told me that his current TOEFL score was 64 and that he wanted to improve his score to at least 80 points. As he was explaining to me his study routine, I quickly noticed that he was making a critical mistake in his study routine. An popular American saying exactly explains what Adrian’s problem was: He was putting the cart in front of the horse.
The following video will explain what Adrian’s critical mistake was and what he can do to get back on track to effectively prepare for the TOEFL exam:
Michael Buckhoff, founder, owner, and materials writer for “The 7-Step System to Pass the TOEFL iBT”