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The TOEFL test has been shortened with immediate effect. All test takers will now take the new, shorter version of the test. The scoring system remains the same. All sections of the test – reading, listening, speaking and writing – are scored out of 30, and the maximum total score is 120. The writing section has not been changed. All the other sections have been reduced in length.
We recently asked our English teachers to give us their recommendations for the best language learning apps. (Note: these apps are great for extra practice or to build holiday vocabulary, but of course they can never replace personalised language lessons with a qualified teacher.
In this blog post you can read about the differences and similarities in the rules on word division in English and German.
From April 16th, 2018, the GMAT will be 23 minutes shorter. The changes affect only the quant and verbal sections. For information on how this will affect you, continue reading this blog…
Are you writing your bachelors thesis in English? This can be a challenge. The following tips will make it easier for you.
Time management is one of the most important keys to success on the GMAT. Of course, time management is very important in all exams, but it is particularly vital on the GMAT. The goal of the test makers is to slow you down at every opportunity. In this blog you will find some advice that will make the time management a bit easier for you.
Different authorities require different tests. Some institutions require the TOEFL; some require the IELTS. In general, educational institutes prefer the TOEFL, and government agencies prefer the IELTS for immigration purposes or to assess whether potential workers have a high enough level of English to work successfully in their adopted country.
Find out which test suits you better in this blog!
Does your job require a knowledge of business-focussed terms, or would you prefer to improve your wider general English vocabulary? Read more about the differences between the exams.
Many students ask me whether they should take the GMAT or the GRE. Often their motivation is to avoid what they think is the harder GMAT maths. The truth is that there are more similarities between the tests then there are differences.