TOEFL Listening Section FAQ

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Are TOEFL Listening Section Questions Repeated?

No.  TOEFL Listening Section Questions are NOT repeated.  Every Question in The TOEFL Listening Section is completely new with Every Exam.  This is also true with every other section of the TOEFL Exam.

There may be questions that are similar to ones that you have seen or practiced before — but trying to memorize answers to specific questions is completely useless because the chances that you would get one that you “know” is almost impossible.

That is why practicing with past TOEFL questions is almost a complete waste of time.  The only thing that practicing with past TOEFL questions will be beneficial for is to get an idea of what KIND of questions are in The TOEFL Listening Section.

To be successful on The Listening Section — and ALL Sections of The TOEFL Exam — you need to know how to answer each question-TYPE.  Not to memorize the answers to specific questions.

If you prepare in that way, it will not matter WHAT the question IS.  You will know HOW to answer it.

And the best way to learn that is with The TOEFL Excellence Training System.

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How Can I Prepare For The TOEFL Listening Section?

The best way to get help to prepare for The TOEFL Listening Section — and ALL sections of The TOEFL Exam, PROPERLY, is to sign-up and get started with The TOEFL Excellence Training System by GiveMeSomeEnglish!!!

There are other courses and text-book available.  But none of them are as up-to-date as TOEFL Excellence.  And none of them will teach you EXACTLY how to answer and fulfill EVERY Question and Task on the entire TOEFL Exam.  But TOEFL Excellence teaches you EXACTLY that!

How Long Is The TOEFL Listening Section?

The TOEFL Listening Section lasts between 41 to 57 minutes — depending on the length of the actual Audio Files that you must listen to.

How Many Questions Are In The TOEFL Listening Section?

There are 3-4 Lectures in The TOEFL Listening Section — with 6 Questions Per Lecture.

There are 2-3 Conversation in The TOEFL Listening Section — with 5 Questions Per Lecture.

That means there are Between 28-39 Questions, Total, in The TOEFL Listening Section.

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What Does The TOEFL Listening Section Test For?

The TOEFL Listening Section Tests For:

  • Basic Comprehension of spoken English — (both Conversations & Lectures)
  • Pragmatic Understanding — (knowing what a person means by words & phrases used, as well as determining attitudes, moods, opinions — through tone of voice, etc..)
What Is The Purpose Of The TOEFL Listening Section?

The purpose of The TOEFL Listening Section is to determine if you have the level of English Listening Comprehension that will be necessary in an English-Speaking environment, like a university classroom, or campus situation.

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Who Can Help Me Prepare For The TOEFL Listening Section?

You will receive all the help that you need to PROPERLY prepare for The TOEFL Listening Section — as well as the rest of The TOEFL Exam with The TOEFL Excellence Training System by GiveMeSomeEnglish!!!

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Will I See The Timer During The TOEFL Listening Section?

YES!  You WILL See The Timer Throughout The Entire Listening Section AND Throughout The Entire TOEFL Exam.

You will not be able to start, stop, or pause the timer.  But you will be able to use it to see how much time you have left in The Listening Section — as well as to know if you are taking too much time on any question or task.

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