3 Tips to Use Delta’s Key for the NEW (shorter) TOEFL Test

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In the video below, Jaime Miller will share 3 ways that you can continue to benefit from your investment in Delta’s Key to the TOEFL iBT — even though the new version of the TOEFL iBT test is slightly shorter than the version in Delta’s Key.

There are two references shown in the video that you can download below. They will also be useful when you study using Delta’s Key.


You probably have questions about how you should study for TOEFL iBT, and what your general strategy needs to be to get your target scores in each section. Even though many of our students have never had the level of English that they needed to get their target scores, by following The ESA Method and studying with us (through TOEFL Camp, The 12 Essential Topics, or S26 private lessons for Accent Neutralization), they develop the level of English that they need in order to get their scores.

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