With so many TOEFL tactics and suggestions available, it might be challenging to decide how to approach the test. For this reason, we've put together the most important TOEFL guidelines you should be aware of.
You need to be familiar with the sections their arrangement, and the questions you can expect. Knowing how the TOEFL is set up will help you better prepare for the exam day by letting you know exactly what to expect.
Know your Format
Knowing English alone won't get you a high TOEFL score; you also need to study hard utilizing reliable materials and a well-thought-out study strategy. Make sure you have enough time before registering for the TOEFL to practice.
Since it is an online test, by becoming comfortable using a computer and utilizing the pre-test computer instruction to its fullest, you can increase your chances of success.
Know your computer Skills
Setting a strict time restriction for each question before the segment begins will help you avoid falling victim to the time-wasting trap that many questions have.
Keep a tab on Time
In the end, all languages are about words (vocabulary) and how you use those words in sentences (grammar). To pass the test, you must show a good hold on those.
Know your Vocabulary and Grammar
Work on all sections that are Listening, Reading, Speaking and Writing. Do not just pay attention to one and miss out on others