How to Ace TOEFL Reading: Tips, Strategies, and Practice


Nowhere else on the TOEFL will you be expected to read so much English and know such a wide variety of vocab words. And on top of that, you’ll have to answer dozens of questions on what you’ve read. No wonder many TOEFL students feel intimidated by the Reading section.

However, TOEFL Reading is actually one of the more straightforward sections of the exam, and knowing what to expect will make it a lot easier to ace this section on test day. Read this guide to learn exactly what types of questions you’ll see on this section and how to answer them. We also outline the best TOEFL Reading strategies to supercharge your prep and the TOEFL Reading tips that can help you get a top score on test day.

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6 Simple Steps to Sending Your TOEFL Scores to Schools


Have you taken the TOEFL or will be taking it soon and aren’t sure how to send your scores to schools? It’s important to understand the process of sending TOEFL score reports to make sure your scores are properly sent and received in time.

Read this guide to learn exactly how to send TOEFL scores to schools as well as all the information you need to know about costs, how long it takes for schools to receive your scores, and final tips for sending TOEFL score reports.

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Official GRE Test Dates: Full Guide to Choosing (2016, 2017)


Wondering when you can take the GRE? In this article, we’ll cover the most current information about GRE test dates for 2016 and 2017. We also explain everything you should consider before deciding on a test date.

The computer-based GRE can be administered throughout the year, so there’s plenty of times to choose from, but you should still be strategic about which GRE exam date you pick. This guide will help you plan ahead to ensure your GRE (and grad school) success!

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