Why won’t “cramming” for Speaking 26 work?

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Even if you’re a super smart in your area of expertise (nursing, physical therapy, pharmacy, etc.), you may feel like you’re failing for the first time in your life with TOEFL iBT. The way you studied in university got you results in your industry — but it isn’t getting you results for TOEFL. If you’re ready for a study schedule …

From 177 Mistakes to 77 to 20 to…

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If you must score 26/30 on TOEFL iBT Speaking, then it is important to consider the method you use to study. There are some students who will never see results of 26/30 points on TOEFL iBT Speaking by studying 8-10 hours a day for the last 3 days before a TOEFL iBT test. When students know their mistakes (but cannot …

Why So Many Pharmacists Get Stuck in TOEFL Hell… And How to Escape

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To listen to the audio, click play. The number one problem of pharmacists who are studying for TOEFL iBT is they cannot get a speaking score of 26 after they get their FPGEE certificate. Getting the score depends on learning the right information and using it at the right time — and that (education and testing) is an entire field …

Decide If Your TOEFL Speaking Teacher Is A Professional

How to Decide If Your TOEFL Speaking Teacher Is A Professional

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Studying for TOEFL iBT in online lessons has lots of benefits. You can save time and money by not traveling to a school. You also have access to a huge number of teachers who can guide you. But there is also a downside. Because the trend of online education is still relatively new, there is no organization that maintains industry …