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New post 09 Dec 2011, 08:57
So I am giving TOEFL on 17th Dec, about 8 more days left.

Here is where I stand. I download the TOEFL simulation app and got all answers on the Reading and Listening right without any practice earlier. So I am not too worried about those.

For writing section, looking at the responses that they gave for 4-5 points I am fairly sure I can do better than that. No worries here either.

The only thing I am a little worried about is the speaking section. My English is really good, better than my native language even. But I am not generally able to form sentences to speak on something I am not interested in. That too in 15 seconds. The few sample questions I looked at caught me off guard and I was unable to think of anything to say.

Is there any cure for people like me?

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New post 28 Dec 2011, 03:03
1. Make sure you know how to do it right, google is your friend.
2. Drink loads of water, make sure you're hydrated.
3. Scales, regular singing scales are a warm up for screaming, and doing scales starts with your voice type or vocal range, then you do those scales a bit.
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