TOEFL practice test

exercises to help you improve your TOEFL score

TOEFL FAQs

frequently asked questions about the TOEFL test

TOEFL Topics Compilation

common topics asked during the TOEFL test

TOEFL 101

basic information about the TOEFL test

Friday, July 14, 2017

How to Beat Bad Speaking Habits

As a test taker of the TOEFL Internet-based test (iBT), one of the language abilities that you have to hone is your verbal communication skills. The Speaking exam involves the accomplishment of six tasks that include expressing opinions and discussing topics. Most test takers consider this part of the iBT the most difficult due to the pressure to respond immediately.

Friday, June 9, 2017

The Effects of Sleep Deprivation in your Review Preparations

TOEFL is not just an international English proficiency assessment examination. Its results hold the key to your dreams of living, studying or working abroad. For this reason, it is highly recommended that you prepare for the evaluation months before your test date.

Thursday, June 1, 2017

The Power of Sleep: Choose Your Sleep Cycle

Think twice before you forgo sleep for a more time-efficient nap. While taking catnaps can open up more time for your TOEFL preparations, depriving your body of its much-needed rest time can drastically affect your physical and mental health. Sleep deprivation can weaken your immune system, dull your memory retention and reduce your overall cognitive performance. These setbacks can compromise your exam preparation efforts.

Friday, May 26, 2017

Benefits of Watching TV Shows and Movies in Improving Your English Vocabulary

If you have enrolled in a TOEFL review center in Cebu, you probably have noticed how good the natives are in speaking English. Have you ever wondered why?

According to the report released by the Philippine Statistics Authority, the Philippines is home to approximately 200 thousand foreign citizens. Majority of this population came from the U.S. Furthermore, nearly 35% of foreign visitors go to Cebu, making it the second most populated province in the country.

Friday, May 12, 2017

Top Five Myths about Taking Exams You Should Not Believe

Countries such as the Philippines have a diverse culture. This can be attributed to history where other nations like Spain, Japan and the U.S. colonized and invaded the Philippines. According to the National Commission on Indigenous People, there are about 110 indigenous communities in the Philippines that speak different languages and share different cultural norms. This diversity influenced the belief of people that, until now, they still believe in myths. You have probably heard old stories from your classmates in a TOEFL review center in Davao. From the creation of the human beings to the rituals they do and the food they eat, even on taking exams, there are myths which people consider to explain these events. These myths, in turn, can become misconceptions if not debunked.

Thursday, April 27, 2017

The Power of Naps: The Distinct Effects of Various Nap Lengths

Preparation is the key to success when it comes to taking life-changing examinations. The results of an international English proficiency test, such as the TOEFL, can shape your future abroad. For this reason, many test takers enroll in exam-specific training facilities to maximize their preparation time.

Friday, April 21, 2017

Taking a Leap after K-12 through TOEFL

In the previous years, the Philippines remained as one of the three countries in the world with a 10-year pre-university education program. In 2013, the Enhanced Basic Education Act of 2013 was signed into law, implementing the K to 12 (K-12) program in the Philippines' education system. With this, students are expected to graduate after 12 years of basic education.