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.
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.
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:
- What To Expect
- What To “Look Out” For
- How To Remain Calm In An Exam Situation
- How To Answer & Fulfill Each Of The Individual Questions & Tasks