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TOEFL Debrief: 93 -> 111 [#permalink]
29 Jan 2014, 10:14
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Hi guys! Last time I scored 93 (25,25,23,20) in the TOEFL. Although I used I lot of books such as Barrons', I think they did not help very much. They talk too much about irrelevant stuff. However, looking for resourses for preparation on this website I found the Notefull program and was amaized how awasome it is. It teachs exatly what you need. I bought the program for $147 after seeing their videos, since it was clear that they know how to teach. You can buy it with your friend so it will be chepier. It does worth it. Especially if you have several weeks to prepare. Additionally, I recommend to use official guide to the TOEFL by ETS to practice. I did 4 practice reading and got 26 for every single of them. Guess what I got on the real TOEFL? This is the best practice since only they know how to create the test. Finally, I got 111 (26,29,28,28) what is fantastic for me. The Notefull's strategies were the best for speaking and writing. I recommend everyone take a look at this program since after months of preparation for two TOEFLs I strongly believe that Notefull is the very best.
P.S. Wish you the very best with your TOEFL and application! Two months ago I read debriefs and could not believe it is possible. It is. You can do it. Good luck!
I am sure that you could have utilized many sources. Unquestionably, its not only the quality of the resources, its also the ability to capture what is explained in them. I dont find TOEFL a difficult test, nevertheless having all these dimensions (reading, listening, speaking, writing) makes it complex in terms of keeping the pace and knowing which exact strategy to apply. Thus, I think the only way to pass it with a high score is to practice until you start dreaming of TOEFL.