Why would you want to read a blog about instructions? Don’t you just go and sit for the exam and answer the questions? 

There’s a little more to it than that. And remember that you are dealing with instructions in a language that is not your first tongue.

Learning about the format, the instructions and seeing some example questions is the first step in preparing for a language exam. It’s a step that many people skip over, and then when they are sitting in the exam room, they are trying desperately to figure out what exactly they are supposed to do. 

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Section 2 – Listening

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In this article we will talk about the structure of one of the TOEIC Bridge sections. The TOEIC Bridge (Test of [...]

Section 1 – Reading

2021-09-20T11:54:10+02:00February 28th, 2020|

In the reading section of the TOEIC Bridge (Test of English for International Communication), a test taker has to read sentences [...]

Interview TOEIC Bridge

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The newly designed TOEIC Bridge (Test of English for International Communication) test has a speaking section. For the interview, test takers [...]

What is the test structure?

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There are four sections to the redesigned TOEIC Bridge test: listening, reading, speaking and writing. The new version of TOEIC Bridge [...]

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