What Makes the TOEFL iBT Exam Unique?

Un-like other English-Proficiency & University-Entrance exams — The TOEFL iBT Exam does not have a direct focus on Grammar or Vocabulary.  In other words — The Exam does not have a dedicated “Vocabulary” or “Grammar” section.

However — a person’s Grammatical Skills & Range Of Vocabulary are taken into account when scoring certain answers.

Although there are Vocabulary Questions in The Reading & Listening Sections of The Exam — you will NOT be tested on any specific Vocabulary that you will be expected to know.  You will only be tested on your ability to comprehend various Vocabulary Terms in context.  You will learn more about this in the lessons for those Questions.

Any person taking The TOEFL Exam should already possess a knowledge of the Basic Verb Tenses, and enough Vocabulary to be able to Express Their Thoughts & Opinions in English at (at-least) an Intermediate Level.

Furthermore — the only Vocabulary a person will absolutely NEED to know is that which will allow them to comprehend:  The Directions, The Questions, & The Reading Passages within The Exam.

Anyone who is at an Intermediate – Upper-Intermediate level (approx. B2 in the Common European Framework), or who has already passed The FCE Exam (First Certificate in English) should have no troubles with the level of English in The TOEFL iBT Exam.

For people at this level of English proficiency — The TOEFL iBT Exam should NOT be too big of a problem — once he or she knows:

(nearly)…  All Of Which, You Will Learn In This Course

(That Which is not in This course can be found in The “How To Answer…” or The “TOEFL Dominator” Courses)

(So… If You Are Ready To Achieve Excellence…)