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Retaking the TOEFL after 3 years

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New post 11 Dec 2015, 12:19
Hello!

3 years ago I took the TOEFL test. I was living in Canada at the time for 6 months and had specific TOEFL preparation classes. I scored 119/120 (R30 L30 W29 S30), which is of course a good score, but now comes my dilemma; I have to retake the TOEFL for my Master application since this one is not valid anymore.

I am living in abroad again at the moment (non-english speaking country) and the only available timeslot was next week Saturday at 9.00AM. I am pretty confident in English, 3 year ago I also passed my Cambridge CAE with an A and since then I have studied International Business Administration in English as well. But the TOEFL still scares me a bit because it is so specific/unique in its structure and type of questions.

I am a little bit unsure on how to organize my studies for this TOEFL test, especially since I don't have long. Does anybody have a suggestion on how to maximize my studies in this short amount of time? My Masters program demands a minimum score of 101 with minimum subscores of 22 in each section.

Thank you in advance!
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New post 11 Dec 2015, 12:27
Hi,

in such short amount of time is really tough where you stand in terms of preparation. I suggest you to see my post as announcement on the best resources. Then concentrate on speaking and writing part. The most difficult.

Hope the best.

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