AEE 129: TOEFL Expert Bruce Stirling on How to Get a High Score on the Exam

TOEFL English strategy with Bruce StirlingDo you want to get a high score on the TOEFL exam?

Do you want to know some great strategies?

Today we have TOEFL expert Bruce Stirling.

Bruce will show you the thinking techniques that separate the winners from the losers on the TOEFL.

 

Bruce’s Tips- What Makes Someone Do Well on the TOEFL?

  • They prepare: Those who get high scores have taken courses, have bought books, and have prepared. You should not be surprised by what’s on the test because of your preparation.
  • They know it’s not a vocabulary test: The TOEFL is an argument- based test. Those who get high scores can develop and analyze arguments in the speaking, and writing sections.
  • They know how to manage their time: The TOEFL is all about time management. You need to practice time- management strategies in addition to practicing the test content.
  • They can write a good independent essay: The secret is being able to write an independent opinion essay. If you can write an essay you will have the foundation that you need to construct an argument in the speaking section and other sections.

 

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Bruce Stirling is an American university professional with 30- years teaching experience at the BA, MBA, and non credit ESL and ESP levels in the United States and Japan.

He has published nine books, including four TOEFL books.

 

Let Bruce Help You Pass the TOEFL Now!

Do you want to get a high score on the TOEFL?

Do you need great practice and a smart strategy to do it?

Bruce Stirling knows how to lead you to success on the TOEFL.

Why should you get this book?

  • Get speaking and writing strategies that will give you the extra points that you need
  • Learn the strategy of “argument mapping” and how to use it to succeed
  • Learn how to think like a TOEFL rater so that you can pass the exam
  • Get step-by-step help with speaking and writing

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