The Princeton Review doesn't try to teach you everything there is to know about the English language — only what you need to know to score high on the TOEFL. There's a big difference. In Cracking the TOEFL, International Edition, you'll ...
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The Princeton Review doesn't try to teach you everything there is to know about the English language — only what you need to know to score high on the TOEFL. There's a big difference. In Cracking the TOEFL, International Edition, you'll learn how to think like the test-makers and:
Eliminate answer choices that look right but are meant to fool you
Ace the Structure and Written Expression section by remembering a few basic grammar rules
Use vocal emphasis cues to master listening comprehension questions
Use POE (process of elimination) to score high on sentence completion questions
Covered in the guide are:
Orientation to the TOEFL
Structure and Written Expression
The TWE (Test of Written English)
Preparing for the Test
Also included with the book are three full-length diagnostic TOEFL exams and two audio-CDs to help you prepare for the listening section.
Liz Buffa joined The Princeton Review in 1989. She has taught classes in test prep for the SATs, LSATs, GMATs and SAT II English tests. She is a graduate of Wellesley College.
Laurice Pearson, a native English speaker, joined The Princeton Review in 1990 after graduating from Barnard College. In addition to teaching, she has worked on the design and development of materials for many of The Princeton Review's test-preparation courses. She helped lead the team that created the TOEFL course curriculum now used by Princeton Review teachers in the United States and abroad.