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15 Jul 2012, 23:59
Hai, this is rakesh, I want to write toefl next week, I have already taken toefl but i got low score (63), so i want to retake my exam.

Previously I got r-14 ,l-8, s-20, w-21, so please help me in toefl to get good score in my next attempt

Tell me about the way of preparation and tips to get good score in my next attempt.

thanking you.

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16 Jul 2012, 09:10
Hi! Well I guess that we can say you still have to work on overall command of the language, unless you committed big strategic mistakes like:
-Managing your time during the 1st section: you got a quite low score on that. Have you actually been running out of time to finish it? If the answer is yes then next time focus on every question THEN read the passage in the text so as to find the answer. Question 1 has an answer in the 1st paragraph, question 2 in the 2d and so on so as long as you know that you should keep yourself out of trouble. Though if the answer is no it clearly means you've got to study more your language, for example by reading on a daily basis newspapers or something.

-At the listening section you got a very low score so I would guess that you're basically out of practice, I mean that you've not been immerged in English-speaking environments for long. To work on that you could try to listen at radio or watch movies on the short term. Ideally go and live for a while abroad

Speaking and writing sections aren't too bad in comparison; by reading and listening to anything you should gradually improve on that.

All the best!

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16 Jul 2012, 09:36
thank you kivdul for your valuable information

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24 Mar 2014, 00:44
Yeah, thanks for this useful information..

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24 Mar 2014, 03:16
thank you for giving value able information..

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