Do you want to learn how to prepare for TOEFL iBT? Well, you have come to the right place.
Step 1: How to prepare for TOEFL iBT–Take an inexpensive full-length TOEFL iBT test to find your level.
First, you should complete a full-length TOEFL iBT practice test so that you can find your current TOEFL level. I recommend my partner web site, which offers realistic and accurately-scored TOEFL full-length practice tests: CLICK HERE
If you have already taken the actual TOEFL exam, then you can skip this step.
Step 2: Discuss your results with a TOEFL mentor.
Second, now that you know your TOEFL level, you should discuss the results with a qualified TOEFL mentor. In fact, you can discuss your results with me 1) by e-mail (email@example.com) or 2) in a Zoom Meeting. See my banner above for my Zoom meeting office hours. Whether you write me by email or whether you talk to me face to face in a Zoom meeting, I will need the following information:
- What your current TOEFL score out of 120 is
- Your current reading, listening, speaking, and writing subtotal scores
- What target TOEFL score out of 120 is
- Target reading, listening, speaking, and writing subtotal scores
Step Three: Begin you recommended study plan.
- After your meeting, you should begin your recommended TOEFL plan. Make sure, for example, that you are sending your pronunciation practice so I can pinppoint problems you are having with vowel and consonant sounds.
- In addition, send me your TPO speaking practice. That way I can help you improve your delivery, language-use, and topic development areas.
- Finally, send me your TPO writing practice tests. I will also give you some basic feedback in my evaluation to help you understand what your estimated scores are and why.
And there you have it: three easy steps to begin and end your TOEFL journey.