Jaime Miller

How to Deal with “Unscored” Questions on TOEFL iBT Reading & Listening

Some of my students are blissfully unaware of unscored questions. However, depending on which TOEFL iBT tutors you have studied with before, or which Facebook groups you hang out in, you may have heard about the “unscored” or “experimental” questions or passage in the TOEFL iBT Reading and Listening sections. Specifically, I’m referring to the …

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My Favorite Study Plan for “Stuck” TOEFL Scores

Since 2010, I have guided stressed-out pharmacists, physical therapists, nurses and other ambitious students to develop the native-speaker-like English that unlocks advanced scores on TOEFL iBT.  If you only need to improve your Speaking score to get that 26, the discussion that we have during our free consultation will be focused and simple. However, if …

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How to Mark “Success Trends” in Your TOEFL Score History

As part of the free consultation process that I offer to students with “stuck” TOEFL scores, you fill out a questionnaire and your Score History (examples are below). One of the fastest ways that you and I can both make sure that you’re getting help in the right areas is by identifying “success trends.” Step …

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The ‘Prerequisites’ for a TOEFL Speaking score of 26

You might be surprised to discover that your scores in  TOEFL iBT Reading, Listening and Writing play a bigger role in your Speaking score than you may have previously imagined.  In the video below, I explain why higher Reading, Listening and Writing scores will dramatically increase your chances of getting Speaking 26 on TOEFL iBT.  …

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