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Strategies for preparing for that section and several practice sets are also included at the end of each chapter.

This book also contains three full-length official TOEFL practice tests, along with answer explanations. A CD is included so these tests can be taken either on the computer or with pencil and paper.

As the only official TOEFL textbook, this is the best book to teach you the format of the exam and the question types it includes. In addition to high-quality practice tests, these TOEFL preparation books also include in-depth answer explanations so you can understand why a particular answer is correct. These are the best books to get if you want access to a lot of practice tests. Most resources for learning TOEFL vocabulary just give a list of words, sometimes along with a definition. The words appear in groups of about a dozen at a time per chapter.

Following each word is the definition, synonyms, and example sentences. After the words are introduced, the chapter includes sample questions to test your knowledge of the words.

The questions typically include a short passage with a vocab word in it and ask you to choose the word the vocab word is closest in meaning to. These sections take up the majority of the book, but there are also strategies for studying vocab words and a short practice test.

The list of words you need to know is helpful, and, in addition to that, this book gives great advice on how to study those words so they stick in your memory. Many people find Princeton Review books to be more interesting and easy to understand than other prep books. For each section of the TOEFL, this book breaks down the core concepts you need to know, goes over how to answer different types of questions, and give tips on challenges you may face.

The book ends with about a dozen practice sets for each section of the TOEFL as well as a complete practice test you can take on paper or on the computer.

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Also, this book breaks down the TOEFL into easy-to-understand core concepts that can make prepping for the exam less overwhelming. For each section of the TOEFL, the format and content tested are first explained, general strategies for the section are given, then each question type within that section is explained.

Practice questions are included throughout the book, but the main focus is on explaining strategies, rather than providing a lot of sample questions.

The book includes two CDs with over 95 minutes of listening passages and questions for students to use. This book is best for students who have already done some studying for the TOEFL or already have advanced English skills. Although there are lots of practice tests available in the prep books described above, you may want access to more of them to be fully prepared for the TOEFL.

Listening to native speakers communicating in English is a great way to practice for the TOEFL because it will give you more exposure to what the language sounds like and help expand your vocabulary and listening skills. Podcasts are a great listening resource since they cover a variety of topics to suit your interests and can be listened to almost anywhere.

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You can choose a podcast based on your interests or look for ones specifically designed for English learners. Both are geared towards English learners. You can make your own set of flashcards with particular words you want to study, or you can check out our s et of the words you need to know for the TOEFL. Each book has pros and cons to it. This newer second version of Vol. The book still has the exact same practice tests as before.

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The only difference between Vol. Other than that, the two books have the exact same format, just different tests.

So this third place book is quite good. The description of the test comes with relatively little strategy or advice. And the four full practice tests in the back are out-of-date and imperfect. But this is still one of the best ways to get realistic practice tests for a low price, and especially to get them on the computer, like a real TOEFL iBT.

This book comes more than 5 years after the last update. Has it been worth the wait? Still, some small but helpful edits have been made to the format of these first three tests. First, in the Listening section, any questions where an audio clip is replayed now appear at the very end of the question set.

This is accurate to the newest versions of the real test, and makes for better prep than older TOEFL materials.

In earlier editions of the OG, these questions were a mess! Each answer choice would reproduce the entire paragraph where you needed to insert a sentence, filling the page with needless duplication of text. These long, hard to read answer choices have been replaced simply by the number for each choice Choice 1, Choice 2, etc….

This makes the print version of the test more like the onscreen one.

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The new software actually looks a bit less like the real exam, compared to the OG. Read on to learn more. The biggest change is that the DVD-Rom gives you the option to view onscreen transcripts of the audio, while you listen. Not possible on test day! You can of course ignore the function if you want to have a more test-day-like experience.

For Reading, you still get 6 passages, each with a full set of questions.

Similarly, the Listening chapter in the newest TOEFL Official guide contains the same five Listening passages and question sets seen in the OG: one conversation, two lectures, and two class discussions. And the Speaking chapter still has the same 6 tasks as before, a full Speaking section. And half of these prompts are simply copied from the 4th edition.

But it is worth taking a brief look at the other features of this newer OG.

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The answer explanations have changed very little. The ones for the first three tests are copied from the TOEFL OG, and the explanations for the fourth exam are similar to the first three.

The correct answer is always explained fairly well, while the incorrect answers get almost no explanation.

Not very helpful. It is also worth mentioning that there are now far fewer example essays for the sample tests. And these samples, along with their scorer commentary, are merely copies of Level 3 samples from the previous guide.

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Skill building and test advice has definitely improved since the last edition. With that said, ETS still keeps this part of the book fairly superficial. These parts of the book are worth skimming for good information, but you can get better test support from other sources, including this blog.

This book is the ultimate authority for anything you want to know about the format of the sections and questions, time limits, the way the test software works, what to expect on test day, and so on. If you want the clearest possible picture of what the TOEFL, this book—flaws and all— is your go-to source.

That means that, if you like the practice questions, you know where to find more just like them.Leave a Reply Click here to cancel reply. The only difference between Vol.

For each section of the TOEFL, the format and content tested are first explained, general strategies for the section are given, then each question type within that section is explained. The answer explanations have changed very little. These sections take up the majority of the book, but there are also strategies for studying vocab words and a short practice test.

There are just tests and answer keys, plain and simple. Read them online, or print them out to study on the go.

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