When you know what the format of an exam is, you know what to expect. When you know what to expect, you can relax and focus on answering the questions. Quite a few people don’t spend much time familiarizing themselves with question content, format and timing of an exam. People who achieve high scores make sure that they know what will be on an exam and prepare accordingly.

Preparing properly for TOEIC requires that you get to know the details of each section: listening, speaking, reading and writing. That’s why we wrote these blogs. We’ve put all the information that you need to know about the times, format and question types in this section. There are examples for each type of question with guidelines on how you should approach them.


TOEIC Listening – Exercise 2

You will have to answer 30 questions. Each question contains a sentence (phrase or question) which is only spoken out loud. [...]

TOEIC Listening – Exercise 3

You will listen to 10 conversations. These conversations are always between 2 people and are relatively short (2 to 5 interventions [...]

TOEIC Listening – Exercise 4

You will listen to 10 speeches. These speeches are relatively short (less than a dozen sentences on average). Just like in [...]

TOEIC Reading – Exercise 1

For the TOEIC Exercise 1 you will have to answer 40 questions. For each question, a fill-in sentence will be displayed [...]

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