Introducción al examen TOEFL

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Prepárate para el Examen TOEFL

Generalidades del examen TOEFL

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¿De qué trata el examen de TOEFL?

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IELTS vs. TOEFL: ¿Cuál es la diferencia?

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¿Qué evalúa el examen TOEFL?

Quiz: Generalidades del examen TOEFL

TOEFL Reading: Estructura y tipos de preguntas

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¿Qué encontrarás en la sección de Reading del TOEFL?

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Simulador de TOEFL Reading: Antes de Empezar

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TOEFL Reading Section: Tipos de Pregunta Parte 1

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TOEFL Reading Section: Tipos de Pregunta Parte 2

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TOEFL Reading Section: Tipos de Pregunta Parte 3

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TOEFL Reading Section: Tipos de Pregunta Parte 4

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Simulador de TOEFL Reading: Después de Practicar

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TOEFL Reading: Recomendaciones finales

Quiz: TOEFL Reading: Estructura y tipos de preguntas

TOEFL Listening: Estructura y tipos de preguntas

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¿Qué encontrarás en la sección de Listening del TOEFL?

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Simulador de TOEFL Listening: Antes de Empezar

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TOEFL Listening Section: Tipos de Pregunta Parte 1

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TOEFL Listening Section: Tipos de Pregunta Parte 2

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TOEFL Listening Section: Tipos de Pregunta Parte 3

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Simulador de TOEFL Listening: Después de Practicar

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TOEFL Listening: Recomendaciones finales

Quiz: TOEFL Listening: Estructura y tipos de preguntas

TOEFL Speaking: Estructura y tipos de preguntas

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¿Qué encontrarás en la sección de Speaking del TOEFL?

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Simulador de TOEFL Speaking: Antes de Empezar

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TOEFL Speaking Section: Task 1 Pregunta Independiente

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TOEFL Speaking Section: Task 2 Pregunta Integrada

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TOEFL Speaking Section: Task 3 Pregunta Integrada

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TOEFL Speaking Section: Task 4 Pregunta Integrada

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Simulador de TOEFL Speaking - Después de Practicar

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TOEFL Speaking: Recomendaciones finales

Quiz: TOEFL Speaking: Estructura y tipos de preguntas

TOEFL Writing: Estructura y tipos de preguntas

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¿Qué encontrarás en la sección de Writing del TOEFL?

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Simulador de TOEFL Writing: Antes de Empezar

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TOEFL Writing Section: Task 1 Pregunta integrada

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TOEFL Writing Section: Task 2 Discusión Académica

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Simulador de TOEFL Writing: Después de Practicar

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TOEFL Writing: Recomendaciones finales

Quiz: TOEFL Writing: Estructura y tipos de preguntas

Detalles finales del examen TOEFL

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Recursos

Course Name: Curso de Preparación para TOEFL
Teacher: Jess Harris
School Owner & Course Director: Jhon Carvajal
Production OPS: Lizeth Cáceres & Rocío Martínez
Audiovisual Creator: León Jiménez & Santiago Jiménez
Video Editor: Mario Ojeda
Audio Post Production: Jorge Andrés Torres
Graphic Design: Amelia Amórtegui & Carol Baquero
Coordination: Andrés Arizmendy, Daniel Gutiérrez, Carol Baquero, Carlos Céspedes & Sura Cedeño
Revision: João Guilherme Vieira Jófili & Adriana Bastidas

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examen
Resumen
1.
Identify the following reading question type: Paragraph 3 implies that Ir in the boundary clay is needed because…

Inference Question
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What is something you should NOT do during the reading section?
Translate
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Is the following a ‘Factual’, ‘Inference’, or ‘Main-idea’ question? What may happen after X?
Inference Question
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What is an example of a ‘Purpose / Method / Attitude’ question?
Why does the professor describe X?
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“The professor explains the elements for a well-made play. Put them in the correct order:” Is an example of what question type?
Match and Order Question
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How many lectures will be in the listening section?
3-4
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What is something you should do during the listening section?
Pay attention to intonation.
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How many core skills (Reading, Listening, Writing, Speaking) does the TOEFL evaluate?
4
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What is the scoring range of the TOEFL?
0-120
10.
Identify the following reading question type: Which of the following is true?
Factual Question
11.
Identify the following reading question type: In paragraph 2 what does the author mean by “fluctuations”.
Vocabulary Question
12.
Which of the following is an example of a rhetorical purpose question?
Why does the author mention the survival of “snakes, lizards, turtles, and crocodiles” in paragraph 3?
13.
What do you have to do in a ‘Sentence Restatement’ question?
Recognize and choose an accurate paraphrase or summary of the essential information.
14.
What is an example of a ‘Main-idea’ question?
What is the conversation about?
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What do you have to do in the independent speaking task?
Draw on your own ideas and experiences to answer.
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What will NOT be evaluated in the speaking section?
Accent
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Your tone in the speaking section should be:
Your natural tone.
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Which of the following is NOT a possible step of the ‘Integrated’ task?
You see an article or announcement.
REPASAR CLASE
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Which of the following is NOT a recommended note to take?
Detail
REPASAR CLASE
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How many ‘Integrated’ speaking tasks will you have?
3
21.
Which of the following is good advice for the speaking section?
After you listen to something, summarize it.
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Which of the following is NOT recommended to write in the ‘Integrated’ writing task?
Your personal opinion on the topic.
23.
Which of the following is a recommended thesis statement?
Capitalism has many causes and effects to consider in the geopolitical landscape of Latin America.
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A closing statement should:
reinforce your main idea/opinion.

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Good course, now I have a good idea how looks like a TOEFL exam.

I took this course and the TOEFL in October, so I would like to share my experience, as I think it might be helpful. There are some things I want to point out first: 1. I had already taken an English certification test before (the Duolingo English test, or DET). 2. If you do not want the "mucho texto" that is coming, I am telling you ahead that I do recommend this course. At the end of my comments are some suggestions for the test. 3. I will not describe or talk about the topics/questions I had in my test. I will be talking about my experience and my expectations vs. reality. In regards to this course: I found it pretty helpful. Understanding the type of question and structure of the test allows you to better analyze and answer the questions during the real test. Thanks to this course, I noticed I had an opportunity to work on inference questions and worked on them a little bit more. The contents of the courses are the same as those you find in the test; there are no hidden sections or extra questions. The topic will always be different. In regards to the TOEFL: During the test, I spent the first hour setting up the check-in and some previous steps before taking the test. I had some technical issues with my camera and some permission for the live monitoring, but the proctors gave you assistance on that kind of matter. The test took me about 2 hours to complete. I believe the longest section is the reading, followed by the listening section. The speaking and writing were the shortest ones for me. During the reading and listening section, you can skip a question and answer it at the end if you have the time. In the speaking section, if I remember well, you have only one chance to record your speech. For the writing section, you have the time mentioned in the course to redact the essays; there is a word counter in the test. About five days later, I obtained my results. I had an overall score of 104 points, and the sections were scored the following way: Reading 29, Listening 29, Speaking 23, and Writing 23 I think that the results are aligned with my real ability in English. If I were to be asked if this course helped me get these results, I would say yes. Thanks to the course, I did not encounter anything unexpected during the test, and I was able to apply a proper strategy to understand the questions and identify the correct answers. In the end, the course will help you scan and understand the test, but it is your current level of English that will give you the proper results. There are some recommendations for the test: 1. Practice is key; try to answer the questions by checking your notes from the course, and then try with new questions without them. Do not push yourself too hard; take your time during your practice to properly identify the type of questions and deduce the proper answer. The ETS website and some other websites have free resources to practice. 2. Make sure to appoint your test with plenty of advance. I had to pay a late fee for enrollment because the date I chose was too close. 3. Make sure you are all set for the day of the test. Your room, your hardware, and some other things, such as your ID card, would need to accomplish some conditions. 4. Make sure you have at least 3 to 4 hours to take the test; there might be some delays due to tech issues at the beginning. 5. I strongly recommend getting a whiteboard to write your notes on. You will appreciate your notes a lot. 6. Do not be afraid; you already have the knowledge. I encourage you to take this challenge; you have everything you need, and once you get your results, you will feel satisfied.