How do you organize all of the unfamiliar vocabulary that you find when you read TOEFL iBT Reading passages and review the transcripts for TOEFL Lectures and Dialogues?
Since I started helping people get advanced scores on TOEFL iBT in 2010, I've seen lots of mistakes when it comes to memorizing vocabulary. What kind of mistakes?
- Mistake #1: Writing a huge list of vocabulary (either in a notebook or a digital document) that grows into a very, very long document
- Mistake #2: Adding definitions and lots of synonyms from the dictionary
- Mistake #3: Creating complicated activities -- like this example of a "fill-in-the-blank" activity on a flashcard.
If you are making any of those mistakes, then you will benefit from changing your method and using these Spaced Repetition pouches. The directions for how to use them are on the back and if you have any questions, you can send me an email and ask me.
After my students begin using thee system for Spaced Repetition, they amaze themselves with how much vocabulary they actually learn -- and how quickly it happens. Because they're seeing lots of small results, they're also more motivated to keep studying.
- durable plastic
- matte finish
- press-to-close "zipper"
- quantity: 5
- size: 8.25" wide and 6.25" tall -- It was designed to fit index cards that are 5" wide by 3" tall
- You'll get the most benefit from this if you also have access to watch my recorded lectures: Understand How to Get Reading and Listening scores of 23+.
- There are no flashcards inside these pouches. The reason is because you need to determine which unfamiliar vocabulary is important for you to memorize. The 5 pouches are empty.
Your Purchase Includes:
- Free shipping to a US address (typically arrives in 3-5 business days). Email me if you need shipping to another country and we can figure it out.
- 5 pouches with instructions on the back about how to use them.