However, if you don’t even know where to start, we’ve got you covered with this step-by-step guide to TOEFL independent writing practice.Ok, so you have your timer setup, you’ve picked out a question, and you have your word processor open. This step is crucial; if you start writing off-topic then you could lose major points!General TOEFL Test Tips TOEFL Writing Question 1 - Integrated Writing – (Read, Listen, Explain) TOEFL Writing Question 2 - Independent Writing – (Opinion) Additional Writing Tips Parts of a Paragraph Prewriting Paragraphs Writing Paragraphs Editing a Paragraph Definition Paragraphs Classification Paragraphs Description Paragraphs Compare and Contrast Paragraphs Sequence Paragraphs Choice Paragraphs Explanation Paragraphs Evalution Paragraphs Parts of an Essay Prewriting an Essay Writing an Essay Editing an Essay Kinds of Essays If you want to try out your writing skills, we have a demo question available in the TOEFL Speaking and Writing Trainer.
Practice makes perfect they say, and no less is true for the TOEFL exam!
The TOEFL essay is usually four paragraphs long and has three parts: the introduction, the body, and the conclusion.
Each part of the essay has a different function, and readers expect certain information in each of these parts.
Out of the 4 areas of the TOEFL test – reading, listening, speaking, writing – that you will be tested on, many students have the most problems with the speaking and writing questions. Writing well in English requires many skills such as good grammar, good spelling, and being able to write a variety of sentence and paragraph structures.
With more practice using our online TOEFL course, you will be passing the TOEFL test in no time! Maybe you're not ready yet for the English level needed in the TOEFL Writing section.