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TOEFL self explanatory?

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New post 15 Jan 2013, 06:49
Hello,
I will take the TOEFL test this friday but haven't really prepared for it.
I'm quite confident that it shouldn't be a problem since I never had any trouble with english and scored verbal 47 on the GMAT three weeks ago.
The only thing I worry about is if the instructions and explanations during the actual test are clear or not.
I mean, is it made clear which kind of question it is? For example If there are multiple answers or just one, If you can listen one or more times to a fragment..
Is stuff like that made clear on the actual test?
So in general is it self explanatory or would you advice me to learn about the different types of questions and so on?

Thanks in advance
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