What is the best way to go about studying for the TOEFL iBT? Are there skills that you should develop? These are questions that you should get answers to before you plunge into studying. Most people don’t think about how to study, but how you study is a significant factor in doing well on an exam.
In these blogs, we have broken down the types of questions on TOEFL iBT, and the skills that you need to answer them. There’s some interesting insight on rhetorical styles that you will deal with, the kinds of details and how to infer and deduce on the exam. This is really useful stuff that goes beyond just learning grammar and vocabulary since many a test-taker fails to notice what exactly an exam question is asking for. Questions that are typical on an English language proficiency exam may be uncommon in your language and culture.
The tips and skills that we give you are directly related to the type of question being discussed. It isn’t some trick, but careful analysis of numerous TOEFL iBT exams. We show you examples for each explanation, so that it isn’t abstract; you have concrete examples to see and work through.
Click on the blogs and work your way through each one. There’s a wealth of insight and information for you.