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327 Essential TOEFL Vocabulary Flashcards

If you want to excel on the TOEFL, one of the skills you need is a strong vocabulary. Many TOEFL questions either ask you the definition of a word outright or require you to have knowledge of certain words in order to answer a question correctly.

The best way to learn new vocab is to use flashcards, which is why we've created printable flashcards of the 327 TOEFL vocab words you must know for the test. We'll also discuss the best method for studying your TOEFL vocabulary flashcards and give reviews of some of the other TOEFL flashcard sets that are available.

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TOEFL Total Score: Do You Need a Maximum Score?

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After taking the TOEFL, you'll get four section scores and one total score on your TOEFL score report. But what exactly is the TOEFL total score? What kind of scoring scale does it use and how important is it to schools?

In this article, we'll explain the total TOEFL score and discuss whether it's possible to attain the maximum TOEFL score. After, we'll go over the importance of your total score and give you step-by-step instructions on how to set a TOEFL total score goal.

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ACT vs. TOEFL: What to Know About Each Test

If you're an international student or non-native English speaker applying to college in the United States, then this guide is for you! To get into college, you'll likely have to take two admissions tests: the TOEFL and the ACT.

This guide is specifically geared toward students interested in taking the TOEFL and ACT (if you're taking the SAT, then check out this guide instead!). Read on to learn what colleges require, how the TOEFL and ACT compare, and what you can do to prepare for both.

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