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To start with,my first language isn't English but I tend to use English more than my mother language,I've just graduated from high school in my country and applied for TOEFL because I planned to head to the US to continue my studies.The thing is,I've less than a week to go before taking my TOEFL exam(Just found this forum last night) and I'm not sure if I'm well prepared for some sections.My school wasn't based on English teaching too,thought I score A-A+ every exam when I was still in school.

I've done some reading practices like the four ones on examenglish (Thanks to Daviesj's post),finished around 12 practices(Reading and Listening only) on Testden and done all the RC+CR questions on platinumgmat (70% correct only on the gmat one,the others around 90%)
But I'm not really sure about the difficulty of the actual test...

I practice speaking with my family and friends every evening,and have watched all notefull speaking introduction videos(would these be enough?)

I've taken a throughout look at notefull's introduction to writing and memorised the template for the part between a reading passage and a lecture refuting the passage
I've marked down Chineseburned's templates and suggested phrases too,and I plan on writing 15-20 essays of part B and 5-8 essays of part A in the middle 2 days of this week

I'm pretty good at jotting down notes,my speed even on par with the lectures+conversations I find on english-test (Many thanks to Daviesj's post again) but I'm not sure if there is anything else I should work on,does anyone have advice for me in regard of the listening part?

Thats all I'm going to prepare and have prepared at this moment,will these be enough for me? I just want a 100/120 score... :( :(
Thanks for reading and if any help is given I'll really appreciate it :)
Ps:Sorry for some reference source changes but the system doesn't allow me to post urls
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