Getting a good score seems pretty straight forward. Study and then study some more. Walk into the exam room, and you will do well. That does work for some people, but there are better ways. We’re not talking about tricks or expanding your consciousness to some metaphysical domain. We’re talking about learning and applying well-known techniques.

In our blogs in this section, you’ll find info on the scoring of the TOEIC Bridge. You might not think that learning about the scoring system of the exam is terribly useful, but it is since it will help you to set goals for achievement. And there is information on preparation techniques that will improve your studying and improve your test-taking performance, which normally leads to a better score. There are tips for what to do on your actual test day, too. 


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