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TOEFL

anon.
bynocabbages
12/01/14

TOEFL

Hello sir i got 63 marks in first attempt in TOEFL.So iam planning to retake it on end of jan or first week of feb.I got less marks in reading and listening.Please tell some tips to score good marks in these two sections

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DiKaKo
14/01/14

Improve TOEFL Reading and Listening sections

Dear bynocabbages,
What you can do to improve your Reading and Listening sections is to take our specific section courses. Within those section courses all aspects of the reading and listening tests are explained in details and lots of practice is included in order to improve skills . So, we strongly recommend that you take both TOEFL Reading course and TOEFL Listening course. You will improve your score for sure. You can find the TOEFL Courses clicking on the button "TOEFL Courses" at the top of this page.

You can also review our Learning Center where you will find tips and strategies for both components of interest.

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