The tables summarise the results of two independent mapping exercises carried out by the IELTS partners, and ETS (TOEFL) which mapped each test against the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages [CEFR]. The tables should not be read as a concordance between IELTS and TOEFL nor used as a means of inter-test comparison for […]
This section of the test measures your ability to understand conversations and academic lectures in English. This section of the test measures your ability to understand conversations and academic lectures in English.
In this section you will read three passages and answer reading comprehension questions about each of the passages. In this section you will read three passages and answer reading comprehension questions about each of the passages. Source: free-english.com
Introduction There are two types of questions in the Structure Section of the computer based TOEFL® exam: sentence completion and error identification. In addition, most TOEFL® tests can include up to 16 different grammar points, ranging from adjectives to subordination. Our practice Structure Section reviews both types of questions in all 16 structure areas! Answers […]
Introduction There are 9 different types of questions in the Reading Section of the computer based TOEFL® exam, ranging from inserting a sentence into a paragraph to discovering the main idea of a reading text. The best way to increase your reading score is to familiarize yourself with these different question types. Our practice Reading […]
Introduction Just like on the computer based TOEFL® exam, we include short and long conversations, lectures, and classroom discussions. To practice for the test, use headphones to listen to the conversations. Then familiarize yourself with the new question types that are included in the computer based TOEFL® exam and save time during the actual test! […]