Thursday, January 18, 2007

Kaplan TOEFL Paper and Pencil

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It is impossible to succeed at an American university without a good grasp of the English language. American universities require non-native speakers to prove their English proficiency, usually by submitting scores from the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL). High TOEFL scores won't guarantee you admission to the school of your choice, but low scores could damage your chances. Kaplan's TOEFL for the Computer can help you prepare for this challenging exam.

Kaplan's strategy is "know thy enemy"--the more you know about the TOEFL, the better you'll do. Detailed information about the exam is supplemented by an eight-step study plan and other general advice. A diagnostic sample test will help you analyze your strengths and weaknesses, and comprehensive "Power Lessons" focus on the four parts of the exam. These power lessons teach you to recognize everything from "distractors" (wrong answers that look correct) in the listening sections to "Main Ideas" in the reading sections. A great review of grammar rules and advice on how to plan and write a successful essay lead into a second practice exam so you can see how much you've improved. Best of all, the enclosed CD-ROM provides additional review questions, power lessons, and a sample test so you can familiarize yourself with the computer-based exam. There's even a typing test to help you determine whether you should take the essay-writing section on the computer or on paper. This incredibly thorough book comes highly recommended. --C.B. Delaney

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* Powerful Strategies
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to help you score higher on all parts of the TOEFL, including Structure, Reading, Listening and Writing


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