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# Long form & Short form in TOEFL Listening/Reading

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12 Sep 2011, 08:49
Hi all,

Some people tell me that in real test we will always have 1 long form reading (i.e more than 3 passages) OR 1 long form listening (i.e. more than 6 lectures/conversations).

Is it true?

Thank you very much.
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14 Sep 2011, 22:48
Yes, true. And when there are 5 passages in the reading, 3 passages ,randomly selected, will be scored. Also same rule in the listening

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# Long form & Short form in TOEFL Listening/Reading

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