30-Day TOEFL Speaking Method

Are you looking for a 30-Day TOEFL speaking method? Do you want to score higher than 26/30 points on the speaking section of the TOEFL iBT? You’ve come to the right place.

30-Day TOEFL Speaking Method

Meet with a California State University professor who has more than 30 years of teaching experience.

First of all, before investing any money in your TOEFL study program, you should meet with your TOEFL mentor to discuss your target score and subtotal score in the speaking section. The top of this web page contains a Zoom link along with instructions for when you can meet with Michael Buckhoff. Find him during his Zoom office hours so that you can discuss your goals during a free short consultation. Having a face-to-face meeting is 1) a good opportunity for you to practice your speaking and 2) a chance for Michael to make his first delivery, language-use, and topic development assessment of your speaking skills.

30-Day TOEFL Speaking Method: Join a TOEFL Speaking Feedback Service.

Second of all, join Michael’s TOEFL Speaking Feedback Service in which you can do the following:

  • Email a speaking practice test to your mentor. Get 60 seconds of speaking feedback every day from a mentor who has helped 1000’s of students pass the TOEFL exam.


  • Email pronunciation practice to your accent reduction mentor. Receive 60 seconds of pronunciation feedback from a variety of skill-building practice exercises: vowels, consonants, syllable division and grammatical word endings, word stress, sentence rhythm, intonation, and thought groups and blending.

Book Three Virtual Private Zoom Lessons Weekly.

Finally, schedule three private lessons weekly. In the first lesson, you will focus on your delivery by completing accent reduction practice exercises based on your pre-test results. You will practice your vocabulary and grammar in the second lesson so that you can use a combination of both basic and advanced grammar and vocabulary. Finally, in your third lesson, you will focus on topic development in which you learn how to develop and organize your ideas.

Before scheduling a lesson, keep in the mind the following suggestions:

  • Wait until you have gotten feedback from at least 5 speaking practice tests before you book a lesson.
  • Do not pay for your lesson until after you have met with your TOEFL mentor.
  • Make sure you appear for your virtual Zoom lesson at the time agreed by you and your mentor.

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