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TOEFL Email Course: Intro to the TOEFL

You probably already check your email a few times a day anyways, so why not study for the TOEFL while doing so? Introducing our newest free resource…


Clemmonsdogpark’s TOEFL Email Course

In this course, we will send you one email a day for 7 days.  And that’s it! In 7 days, you’ll know how to study for the exam, without ever having to leave your inbox.


How to Subscribe

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What You’ll Learn

 Here’s what the emails will cover:

  • Day 1, Email #1: Meet the TOEFL
    • What’s on the TOEFL?
    • How hard is the TOEFL?
    • What score do I need to get?
  • Day 2, Email #2: The Reading Section
    • How to Prepare
    • Pacing Strategies
    • Practice Questions PDF
  • Day 3, Email #3: The Listening Section
    • How to Study for the Listening Section
    • Tips for Taking Notes
    • Practice Questions
  • Day 4, Email #4: The Speaking Section
    • Integrated vs. Independent Speaking Tasks
    • Common Speaking Difficulties
    • Speaking Practice
  • Day 5, Email #5: The Writing Section
    • The Integrated Writing Task
    • The Independent Writing Task
    • How to Come Up With Ideas and Examples
    • Essay Templates
  • Day 6, Email #6: Taking the TOEFL
    • What to Do 1 week Before Taking the TOEFL
    • What to Bring to the Testing Center
    • During the Test
  • Day 7, Email #7: Where to Get TOEFL Practice

4 Responses to TOEFL Email Course: Intro to the TOEFL

  1. Nur. September 10, 2015 at 6:57 am #

    Hello, thank you for this practise, i really appreciate it 🙂

    • Rachel Wisuri
      Rachel Wisuri September 10, 2015 at 9:31 am #

      You’re welcome! 🙂 Happy studying!

  2. andrea January 27, 2016 at 11:32 am #

    is it free?

    • Rachel Wisuri
      Rachel Wisuri January 28, 2016 at 1:28 pm #

      Yes! 🙂

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