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This section is designed to measure the ability to read and understand short passages similar in topic and style to those found in North American universities and colleges. Directions: In this section you will read several passages. Each one is followed by a number of questions about it. You are to choose the one best answer, A, B, C or D, to each question. Then, on your answer sheet, find the number of the question and fill in the space that corresponds to the letter of the answer you have chosen.
Soon, the professor is talking about how bats use echolocation, and more details come in. These are actually well written, mostly, but there are some with problems.
Sometimes, the vocabulary questions have alternate meanings of the vocabulary word in the question. That forces you to look back at the text, even if you already know the word.
The real TOEFL almost never includes answer choices like that: you can answer the questions correctly if you know the word, without looking at the text. The questions which are good are very good, but these few questions with problems lower the total quality of the book. In one example, there is a passage about sleep and dreaming. The passage says that the animals discussed in the lecture are only a fraction of the total number of animals that dream.
In other words, there are many other animals that also dream. That is a completely different statement. However, there is other, more focused skill building in the online material. Skills like note-taking, vocabulary, combining sentences, pronunciation, and others are addressed, but in neither the book nor the website are they the focus. The speakers make simple statements often, and repeat themselves too much. Uhh, the present Salt Lake is much bigger than Lake Bonneville was.
Are you sure? Do you wanna try again? Oh, did I get it backward? What did I say?
Lake Bonneville was much larger than the Great Salt Lake is today. You got it this time.
Notice how they repeat the correct information a few times in that short conversation. And this excerpt happens after almost a full minute of the class already talking about how Lake Bonneville was bigger.
A fact like this on the real TOEFL would be said very quickly, in just a line or two, or it would provide more detail in more complicated language. Ultrasound is used by many animals that detect—and, some of them, send out—very high-frequency sounds. Yes, Carol?
Well, bats. Echolocation is pretty self-explanatory: Using echoes—reflected sound waves—to locate things … As Carol said, bats use it for navigation and orientation…. The topic moves quickly on. Soon, the professor is talking about how bats use echolocation, and more details come in.
These are actually well written, mostly, but there are some with problems. Sometimes, the vocabulary questions have alternate meanings of the vocabulary word in the question.
That forces you to look back at the text, even if you already know the word.
The questions which are good are very good, but these few questions with problems lower the total quality of the book. We can also consider the extra practice sets at the end of each chapter in the Official Guide, for example, in third place. The Official Guide practice sets, which come with additional explanations and advice, are a fantastic extra source of supported practice testing.
Still, these are the best full tests you can get. Although the CD software is imperfect in all three books. The title is a little confusing, I know. This newer second version of Vol. The book still has the exact same practice tests as before.
The only difference between Vol. Other than that, the two books have the exact same format, just different tests. So this third place book is quite good.
The description of the test comes with relatively little strategy or advice.
And the four full practice tests in the back are out-of-date and imperfect. But this is still one of the best ways to get realistic practice tests for a low price, and especially to get them on the computer, like a real TOEFL iBT.
This book comes more than 5 years after the last update. Has it been worth the wait? Still, some small but helpful edits have been made to the format of these first three tests. First, in the Listening section, any questions where an audio clip is replayed now appear at the very end of the question set. This is accurate to the newest versions of the real test, and makes for better prep than older TOEFL materials.
In earlier editions of the OG, these questions were a mess! Each answer choice would reproduce the entire paragraph where you needed to insert a sentence, filling the page with needless duplication of text.
These long, hard to read answer choices have been replaced simply by the number for each choice Choice 1, Choice 2, etc…. This makes the print version of the test more like the onscreen one.
The new software actually looks a bit less like the real exam, compared to the OG. Read on to learn more. The biggest change is that the DVD-Rom gives you the option to view onscreen transcripts of the audio, while you listen. Not possible on test day!