This blog post is for both students taking the TOEFL and the teachers or tutors who are helping them.
I’ve never had to take the TOEFL myself (other than for “fun”), but I’ve tutored many students who have had the pleasure of taking this infamous test.
No matter what level a student is at, doing these things will help them improve their TOEFL iBT scores.
You’ve got a new tutoring gig helping some eager student improve their score on a standardized test. You did well on the test yourself and know the material you’re teaching.
But you’ve never tutored anyone in how to take this test before. Your student isn’t going to learn how to take this test by simply soaking in your test-taking genius aura. What should you actually do in your class?
This guide is a plan to help get you started.