TOEIC Test Tips

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The TOEIC test requires a lot of preparation. Generally speaking, the amount of preparation you put into it will be reflected in your TOEIC score. Whether you prepare extensively or not, however, it will be good to keep these TOEIC tips in mind.

TOEIC Tip #1

In the Listening Comprehension section of the TOEIC test, there is a new question every 5 to 8 seconds. Do not answer these questions slowly, or you might become confused.

TOEIC Tip #2

Although grammar is important, the TOEIC test focuses on basic English communication. A good way to prepare for the TOEIC test is to read English newspapers, magazines and books. It’s also helpful to speak English with people, watch English-language television and listen to English-language radio.

TOEIC Tip #3

In the TOEIC test, you will not lose points for answering incorrectly. If you don't know the correct answer, or if you are running out of time, just guess. You have nothing to lose!

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