Newsflash: You won’t be given a line in your test, stating what the lecture is. So, most of these websites are deceiving because the line you actually see is the one you have to recreate. So, what are you actually listening for? What should you include? Everything is in today’s training.
So, what are these acronyms, might you ask? MI: Main Idea SD: Supporting Detail Ex: Example CC: Conclusion A systematic approach to taking notes that will never leave you lost again, as well as seeing the four big areas and trying to work around. Today is a segment on the speaking question 4, which I should’ve started on with to begin with, but it was the listening lecture. Nonetheless, try applying this and tell me what you think!
We’re back! It’s been two weeks, but I’m coming back with some amazing coaching classes between me and my students. In today’s segment, you’re going to see how we take notes, although the “how to” will be in the next video. Nonetheless, I hope you enjoy this!
A super podcast/video for you! In today’s session, I’m breaking down essential information questions for you in its entirety!
I was going to start debuting sneak peeks from my TOEFL listening course here, but I decided to switch it up and give you guys a PROLIFIC piece of content with the third group of TOEFL Preparation Classes. In today’s episode, we go into lectures. One of my students actually has prior knowledge about the topic, and she scored 1 points higher than the others. But it’s the “how” behind doing it. Tune in!
Boom! Another great reading with so much discussion and ways to get better. this was the first of four reading sessions with many more coming that focus on very specific skills. In this episode, you’re going to hear a huge breakdown and how some of my students navigate around the difficult questions of reading.
Wow, if you were on my early access membership, you would’ve gotten this months ago. Nonetheless, today is one of the most brilliant podcasts on how to write the based Independent Essay Introductions! This is a comprehensive breakdown on how to do it and this was from a TOEFL Preparation Class a very long time ago. Let’s get it in!
Another phenomenal video is here! Here’s another great sneak peek in navigating the detailed questions, and to be honest, these are the easiest ones because it’s all about keywords, elimination of answers, and putting the text — quickly — into your own words.
We’re back with another sneak peek! Today’s is on the essential information questions, a question that so many of my students, especially those from Spain, have asked for. So, let’s deep dive into it! Remember, this is only a snippet. Want the full course? Until March 11th, it’s just $30!
BOOM! So easy! My students requested this video because they were unsure how to put together the integrated essay. I decided to make it available to the public, so you’re in luck! After watching/listening to this, you’ll NEVER have problems with the INTEGRATED task EVER aGAIN. Yes, lots of emphasis, but that shows just how confident I am in this piece of art. Get ready!