General Strategy of Structure and Written Expression

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General Strategy of Structure and Written Expression

1. Be familiar with the directions.

The directions on every TOEFL test are the same, so it is not necessary to spend time reading the directions carefully when you take the test. You should be completely familiar with the directions before the day of the test.

2. Begin with questions 1 through 15.

Anticipate that questions 1 through 5 will be the easiest. Anticipate that questions 11 through 15 will be the most difficult. Do not spend too much time on questions 11 through 15. There will be easier questions that come later.

3. Continue with questions 16 through 40.

Anticipate that questions 16 through 20 will be the easiest. Anticipate that questions 36 through 40 will be the most difficult. Do not spend too much time on questions 36 through 40.

4. If you have time, return to questions 11 through 15.

You should spend extra time on questions 11 through 15 only after you spend all the time that you want on the easier questions.

5. Never leave any questions blank on your answer sheet.

Even if you are not sure of the correct response, you should answer the question. There is no penalty for guessing.

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