Now that you have had a look at the TOEFL format, it's time to try a few practice questions. These examples are very similar to the questions you will see on the actual TOEFL (iBT). (If you find them too difficult, you might want to choose a TOEFL textbook or class that is designed for a lower level.) Make sure to read through the explanatory answers, even if you answer the questions correctly. They will give you important hints. Also, take time to listen to the sample student responses.
For this practice session, you will be able to hear the listening scripts. Double click on the green arrow to listen. The transcripts for each listening passage or dialogue also appear after the question or response in red. The parts that you read on the TOEFL test will appear in blue.
When you've finished Sections 1-4, read through these 20 TOEFL tips to help you improve your score.