I think that if you try the sample exam that they send to all candidates, you will realise where are your difficulties.
If you are taking the paper based exam, then try to find on the internet some sample questions and answers for the grammar section of the computer based test because that section is harder in the latter type of test.
www.testmagic.com There are some sample questions and answers here.
it depends on you only studu be active ,prepare for all of the sections,especially to those in which you are weak
i got 6,5 on IELTS because my result in writing was too bad You mean IBT(internet based test), CBT(computer) or PBT?
I took the PBT in 2004. I bought a book that had exam papers of the past few years and finished it. Then I did it again, and again. Then I got 643..
Practice makes perfect. Reading is the tough part, IMO. You need live in England for 6 years.
because my friend who born and live until 13 years old, his TOEFL score is about 575. Not like me I've been teaching English and helping students pass the TOEFL for 6 years. There are so many sample exams on the many guides they have for that test. You can go cheap, and try and solve all the sample test from all the different guides at the library for free.
Personally, I wonder how would I do on the TOEFL. I took it 8 years ago when I was 16. I got 577 on the University of Texas Pan American. At least I don't think it's worth taking it again. Most people here in Mexico don't even know that 577 is a good score, one Mexican university once told me they needed at least 800 points for me to teach(morons). I've applied the TOEFL on some Mexican universities, and it's a different version of the "real TOEFL", people with very broken English somehow manage to get scores of 640. I got a perfect score the time I tried that test.
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