How to Cultivate a “TOEFL Study” Mindset When Life is a Chaotic Mess (and why it’s ok to just rest)

Audrey TOEFL: Advice for Studying 0 Comments

So many of the students in our TOEFL iBT online classes are pharmacists, nurses and physical therapists. The situation with coronavirus (COVID-19) is so incredibly stressful, and many of our students are feeling guilty or unproductive. Here is Jaime’s advice. If you click “cc” on the video, you can see the “closed captions” (subtitles) of what she’s saying.

If you’re ready to study TOEFL now, find out more about our online classes (which start in June/July) and schedule your free consultation to discuss your problems with TOEFL.

In June, 2 classes are starting:
1) The Friendly Introduction to TOEFL iBT is right for you if you never took TOEFL before, or if all 4 of your scores are below 19/30. Click here to learn more.

2) The 12 Topics for TOEFL iBT is right for you if you already took TOEFL and you need more advanced help getting minimum scores of Speaking 26 and Writing 24. Click here to learn more.