Integrated Speaking TOEFL Study Guide: Practice and Tips

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The TOEFL Speaking section can be a challenge for many test takers, especially when it comes to the Integrated Speaking TOEFL questions. These complex tasks test not only your English-speaking skills but also your reading and listening skills. So how can you ensure you’ll get a high score on them on test day?

In this guide, we give you an overview of the TOEFL Integrated Speaking tasks and explain what to expect on each task. We also provide you with 11 study resources and six expert tips so that you can walk away with a high TOEFL Speaking score.

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TOEFL Speaking Scoring System: What It Means for You

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When it comes to the TOEFL, you’ll need to hone all of your English-language skills, including your speaking ability, in order to get a great score on test day. But how does TOEFL Speaking grading work? And what’s a good TOEFL Speaking score anyway?

This guide goes over the TOEFL Speaking scoring system, analyzes the definition of a good TOEFL Speaking score, and offers tips on how to set and reach your TOEFL Speaking score goal.

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The Best TOEFL Speaking Template for Every Question

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The shortest, yet hardest, part of the TOEFL is the Speaking section. But by using a TOEFL Speaking template, you can give yourself the skills and confidence you’ll need to attain the Speaking score you want on test day. So how exactly does a TOEFL Speaking template work?

In this article, we present to you six high-quality TOEFL iBT Speaking templates, with expert tips on how to customize and use them. Before we give you those, though, let’s go over the different types of Speaking tasks as well as the benefits of using a TOEFL Speaking template on the exam.

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12 TOEFL Speaking Topics for Realistic Practice

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The TOEFL Speaking section can be intimidating: You have to record yourself talking for an exam? What kinds of TOEFL Speaking questions will you be asked? How many questions are there? What will you need to talk about? How long will you need to speak?

In this guide, we answer all those questions and more so you’ll know exactly what to expect from this challenging section and how to do well on it. We explain every type of question you’ll see on TOEFL Speaking and how you should answer it, plus offer 12 TOEFL Speaking topics for you to practice with as you study for the exam.

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The 8 Best TOEFL Speaking Practice Tests

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The Speaking section of the TOEFL is often seen as one of the most challenging parts of the exam. You can’t just circle an answer and hope for the best, and any mistakes you make can’t be crossed out — they’ll all be part of your recorded response.

This means that good practice is key to doing well on this section. In this guide, I’ll explain what preparation you need in order to do well on this tricky section, go over the best TOEFL Speaking practice materials out there, and give you tips on how to get the most out of your studying.

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How to Ace the TOEFL Speaking Section

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The TOEFL Speaking section is a rapid-fire 20 minutes of reading, listening, jotting down notes, and (most of all) speaking. There’s a lot to do and keep track of during this section, and it can be easy to feel overwhelmed. Luckily, we’re here to help.

In this guide, we’ll go over everything you need to know to ace TOEFL Speaking. First, we’ll break down the TOEFL speaking questions you’ll see and give tips on how to answer each question type. Then we’ll go over the best way to prepare for this section and the TOEFL Speaking tips you should keep in mind on test day.

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