How You Can Get a High TOEFL iBT Score: One of the Tips May Surprise You!

Michael Buckhoff’s “7 Step System to Pass the TOEFL iBT

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What is the video about? It discusses how to get a high TOEFL score and how to get a free list of 1700 TOEFL words. TOEFL iBT Speaking TOEFL iBT Writing TOEFL iBT Listening TOEFL iBT Reading Who is Michael Buckhoff? He is an ESL and English Professor at California State University, San Bernardino and has been teaching TOEFL preparation courses since 1994. More information can be found at Michael’s TOEFL Blog at www.bettertoeflscores.com or his website at http TOEFL iBT Listening TOEFL iBT Speaking TOEFL iBT Writing TOEFL iBT Reading

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25 thoughts on “How You Can Get a High TOEFL iBT Score: One of the Tips May Surprise You!

  1. Her score was good enough for what she needed academically. But I agree with you. To score really high, for example above 110, you will need to have some really good test-taking strategies, especially for the speaking and writing sections of the TOEFL iBT.

  2. is her TOEFL score helpful for something? not high isn’t it? and the way isn’t special at all, anybody who read books can improve their TOEFL score. the most important thing for really high score, for example 110, is strategies.

  3. Do not forget that she read 26 300-400 page books in eight months which helped her to develop her reading and ultimately writing skills.

  4. thanks for thıs vıdoe but some students have no chance to date wıth natıve amerıcans, on other hand how could she ımprove her wrıtıng score wıth datıng a man?

  5. Oh, wow. I’m taking the TOEFL iBT test in three days and I just started studying for it. I thought it was supposed to be easy.

  6. Oh, wow. I’m taking the TOEFL iBT test in three days and I just started studying for it. I thought it was supposed to be easy. Wish me luck 🙂

  7. it makes sense actually. but it can not be possible for everyone to date some american girls or bıys whenever they want.

  8. I am ready to date … !!! But I will prefer focusing on the girl than my TOEFL score at that time 🙂

  9. 3 dates a week – 3 hours of speaking and listening !
    speaking like > oohh yeah ooh cum baby..
    listeninf like > yea baby , love ur pussy ..
    after 8 months > she become a bitch …
    so you advice us to become bitches ..
    wtf , 6:05 min waste of time

  10. I love your video :).So helpful :).People always say that dating a native speaker will help a lot in learning a language, esp slangs 🙂

  11. Reading one book a week is about what it will take for you to significantly improve your reading proficiency. My wife reads an 800 page book in 3 days. Think about how much you can read if your reading speed is 350-500 words per minute. The important thing is that you make a goal to read about 45 minutes a day for at least 6 months. After that period of time, you should see an improvement in your reading speed, your concentration, and your comprehension.

  12. Spending two weeks in Cancun will definitely help you to improve your speaking and listening skills. However, reading your facebook page will not work very well with extensive reading. The vocabulary will be too simple and will not help to improve your academic reading proficiency.

  13. I think I got this covered, I’m gonna spend 2 weeks in cancun dating spring break girls and when it comes to reading I’ll stick to my facebook!!!!! Do you think it might help??? LoL!!!

  14. I’m going to call BS on your equation. What you seem to be saying is that she read 26 college level books in 8 months. That’s about one book every 8 days. I’m not going to say that it’s impossible, but highly improbable to say the least.

  15. 1. Start by reading 45 minutes a day

    2. Begin compiling a list of new words

    3. Put new words onto note cards

    4. Study the note cards every day

    5. Your goal is to get a list of about 1500-3000 words.

  16. @mbuckhoff1965 I need to ask you , when I write a word in my notebook, how can I memorize it, then, when I memorize the word I dont know how to use it? what should i do?

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