General TOEFL FAQs


 

These are “General” TOEFL FAQs – Frequently asked questions about the test overall and things related to it.  For FAQs related to each section of the test, please refer to that section in the tabs above or click the appropriate links presented below whenever available.


 

Frequently Asked Questions About The TOEFL iBT Exam

  • How can I get help preparing for the TOEFL iBT Exam?
    • There are many tesxt-books available.  Some are good, some are not.  GiveMeSomeEnglish!!! is working on a training course right now and will be available soon.  Make sure to subscribe to this blog in order to be informed about the release date.
    • Language schools around the world often give TOEFL preparation courses.  Some teachers are good, some are not.  It depends on that teacher’s experience and what text-book he or she uses.  Read this blog post to get an idea of how to tell if your course is good.
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  • What exactly does the TOEFL iBT exam test?
    • Directly – The TOEFL iBT exam tests one’s abilities in Reading Comprehension, Listening Comprehension, Speaking Skills, & Writing Skills – and with some task types, the ability to integrate more than one of those tasks in order to answer a question.
    • Indirectly – There are NO grammar or vocabulary sections on the exam.  However, there ARE question types, and task types within the exam, wherein, one’s level of vocabulary and grammar WILL affect one’s overall score.
  • Where can I take the TOEFL iBT exam?
    • The TOEFL iBT exam is held in over 150 countries, world-wide – including 9 Canadian Providences, and all 50 States of The United States.  Most countries have many different testing centers throughout the country.  To find the center nearest you, go here.

This page, as with most pages on this website are continually being added to as the information presents itself.  If you have a question that is not presented here.  Please leave your question in the comments below and I will add it to the list.  All respectful and constructive comments are welcomed and appreciated.

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