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MYTH - Official Tests

TEST MYTH #1: Princeton University


What tests do we need to take to apply to colleges?

What score is good enough? 652 more words


Differences between IELTS and TOEFL

If you aren’t an English native speaker, you’ll almost always be required to sit an English language proficiency test as part of your application to study abroad at an English-speaking university. 195 more words


Exame TOEFL gratuito

Para alunos interessados no Programa Ciências Sem Fronteiras:

Diversas universidades parceiras do programa solicitam comprovante de proficiência na língua estrangeira, e o Ministério da Educação, por meio do programa Idiomas Sem Fronteiras abre oportunidade de realizar o exame TOEFL gratuitamente. 62 more words


Should global English be for the people, not for profit? JOE HURST investigates

If Will Durant was correct in claiming that education is the transmission of Civilization, then we as speakers of English are in a truly favourable position. 810 more words

University Of Chester

TOEFL Essay #7 - Is progress always good?

Do you agree that progress is always good? Use specific reasons and examples to support your answer.

My grandmother considers computers as magical objects. While I was watching her talking with her sister in Australia through a popular instant messaging service, I was pondering on the fact that progress has always strongly and positively influenced our everyday life. 344 more words

TOEFL Resources

16 useful IELTS LINKS on this BLOG

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Just wanted to remind any IELTS people about that great links already on this blog. This is like a one stop shop for links here. 132 more words