The TOEFL has gone to a computer-only test and this updated edition has it covered. This test is given all year round.
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Non-native speakers of English who wish to study in American universities are usually required to submit proof of their English-language proficiency. A high score on the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL), therefore, can be an important part of a college application. This ARCO test-preparation guide can help. Overviews of the TOEFL are followed by strategies to help you master the four sections of the exam: Listening, Structure, Reading, and Writing. The authors also teach you how to recognize each question's "testing point"--the specific area of English on which you're being tested, e.g., grammatical structure, idiom, or intonation. By learning how to recognize testing points, you'll be able to identify areas where you're strong and areas where you could use some work. Six complete tests with detailed explanatory answers provide ample opportunity to practice the skills you've learned.
The TOEFL underwent a major change in 1998: it is now administered via computer in most countries. The enclosed CD-ROM (requiring Windows 3.0 or higher) includes sample exams and English-skills builders so you can practice in the actual exam environment. Those without computer access are not neglected; the "News Flash!" section features sample screens to help familiarize you with the look of the computer test. --C.B. Delaney
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