Tuesday, 24 November 2015

How To Pass Your TOEFL Exam.

How To Pass Your TOEFL Exam.


Each year, According to statistic approximately more than 8 million students take the university English proficiency exam to get into the university, college, or school of their
choice abroad. Certainly, the most widely used English entrance exam is the TOEFL iBT test. Unfortunately, a good percentage of the ESL
students taking the test fail it the first time. This can be devastating for many students who are counting on passing the test before they move to the United States, Canada, or England. Clearly, there are few thing a student can do to help him or her to ensure a better chance at
passing the TOEFL ibT exam. Millions of students want to study abroad but most of them could not achieve their dreams because of TOEFL test, this prompted me to write this article and i have come up with three key strategies that will help to increase your TOEFL score:

1. First you have to understand the TOEFL words. The TOEFL exam isn't meant to trick anyone. The TOEFL exam regularly puts out sample test which contain words that students must master in understanding and usage. The good news is that since the words are provided you are
expected to know them. Study TOEFL word lists and make them a part of you daily in communication with friends and family.

2. Make Friends. This seems like the simplest thing, but many people who take the test may not have access to someone who is a native English speaker. In addition, they might not
have access to friend who speaks at a college level. To do this you have to make friends with native English speakers. This will require you to get out of your comfort zone. Making new friends can be fun and the conversations that you have in
the beginning of your friendships will serve to help you practice your speaking and listening skills. This type of activity is critical because the "give and take" of a conversation is exactly what is one test and which is required to pass the test. Students will have to show the test takers that they are able to listen and clearly
respond to a variety of real life situations. So, get out there and make some friends! Through social media.

3. Read and read more. Read as much English test books as you
can. The reason reading is so important when it comes to English exams is that many of the words in the English language are not phonetically spelled correctly. This simple fact makes it difficult for non-native English speakers to master. For example, the word "drought" or "knowledge" does not acknowledge a few sounds that are represented in the letters the words contain.

Reading will help put an end to
the mystery and help you tremendously come test day.
Remember the TOEFL exam is designed to determine your ability to communicate in English in college and academic setting that will ensure your success at their institution and help you engage in college and campus life.

4. Register for Special English Class. You need to widen your horizon, get more knowledge on communication. Register for evening classes on English and learn all you need to know before going for the TOEFL exam test.

You can add to this article and share with your friends.  Think Positive.

Hope Uchemadu
Speaker,Live & Small Business Coach.

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