TOEFL Practice Paper
If you are learning english as a second language and are currently preparing for your TOEFL exam, we've found a great resource for you to try a half-sized TOEFL practice paper free of charge.
The team at MAGOOSH have put together a half-length TOEFL exam which you can take in the comfort of your own home. The full TOEFL iBT usually takes around 4 hours to complete, however this TOEFL practice paper should only take around 2 hours, still giving you examples of each of the 4 sections that the full test is made up of:
At the end of the test, you can mark your own paper with the answers which are provided at the end of the exam. This will also give you the marking thresholds for the scores in each section of the exam.
Your Free TOEFL Practice Paper - How Do I Take It?
1. Visit Magoosh to find out more about the paper.
3. Follow the instructions given within the paper. You will require headphones, a voice recorder (or built in laptop microphone), stopwatch (mobile phone will do) and a pen and paper to make notes. The written section of the test should be typed on a computer.
4. See how you've done by checking your answers at the end of the paper.
TOEFL or IELTS?
There are a number of globally-recognised English language qualifications which international students can take to demonstrate that they have the level of English proficiency required to work or study abroad in an English-speaking country. The two most widely used are the IELTS (International English language testing system) and TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language). Another alternative which is growing in popularity, particularly for students looking to study in the UK, is the CAE (Cambridge Advanced English). Find out more about the structure of the CAE Exam.
If TOEFL isn't for you, you can read our article comparing TOEFL and IELTS to see which you are better suited to. Here we compare the exams side-by-side, assessing which we think will benefit the student more as well as looking at issues regarding VISA applications for studying in the UK.
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