Being able to communicate well in English can unlock a world of opportunity. That’s why we’re celebrating English Language Month in April with test prep games and advice from TOEFL® test experts. Below is your guide to getting the most out of the official TOEFL test prep materials to help you improve your English-language skills. Preparing for the TOEFL test not only helps you do your best on the test, it’s also a great way to gain the English-language confidence you need to take on the world.
Get started by playing grammar and vocabulary games with your friends online and see who the real grammar master is. You also can follow us on Facebook and Instagram to get updates and the latest games to challenge yourself and your friends. Another way to connect with English-language learners is by signing up for our open online course, the TOEFL® MOOC. This test preparation course is developed by the experts who administer and score the TOEFL test and can help you and your friends improve your English-language skills.
If you’re looking to discover where you need to brush up on your skills, try our free practice test questions. Then, take a deeper dive with TOEFL test tips and insights by watching our YouTube videos.
You can practice your speaking and listening skills with our new voice-activated TOEFL® Assistant on the Amazon Alexa device. And you can prep on the run!
Just download the free TOEFL Go! ® Official app to get free sample tests and prep the way you like, anywhere, anytime.
When you’re ready to take the next step, official TOEFL test prep materials will help you focus your efforts so you can prep to do your best. Our TOEFL test prep planner can help you bring it all together and map out your study plan.
The TOEFL test is accepted in more than 10,000 universities and other institutions in 150 countries, including Australia, Canada, New Zealand, U.S., U.K. and all across Europe and Asia. For those who are looking for an edge, choosing and doing well on the TOEFL test carries clout. Schools will have no doubt you are ready to succeed where it matters – in the classroom.