Updated on - January 22nd 2020 by Rachit Agrawal


TOEFL Practice Papers

TOEFL or Test of English As a Foreign Language is an examination which non-English native people give to enrol for English native universities. This examination tests the English language skills of the aspirants and helps to get admission in major universities of the world. TOEFL is one of the two major English proficiency examinations following IELTS. TOEFL practice papers are available online and one can practice the questions and go well prepared for the examination and get a high score.

When and How many Practice Tests should I take?

If you got 80 in TOEFL, to score 100, you will have to practice hard for at least 2 months more. The case is always that a person has to practice harder than he had planned to. Practice tests are a mandatory part of the preparation for TOEFL. One must solve as many numbers of practice tests as possible before the exam. One must begin doing the tests once one has done enough preparation for facing a test.

Don’t get demotivated by the result of initial tests. Don’t be overconfident either. The practice test results are just for practice and you can become better with time. Practice tests tell you which topics you have mastered and will encourage you to practice more. Take more and more tests as the exam approaches near.

Do I need to take TOEFL Practice test?

Yes, everybody needs to take practice tests. It is a must. Practice tests are a way of boosting your score in the final exam. The conditions in the exam hall may not be at all ideal; there can be disturbances, extreme temperature conditions, and sometimes even clock is not visible and practice tests give you a prior experience of concentrating so you don’t deflect from your main aim. You can also analyze the results to know what are your mastered topics and which are the weak ones.

TOEFL Practice Papers 2019

TOEFL practice papers are the papers which are created keeping in the pattern in which the original examination comes and this helps individuals to score high if ample practice is done. One can prepare for this exam using the following links where the sample paper from the past year is given:

ETS TOEFL Preparation

Free TOEFL Practice Papers

TOEFL practice papers 2018

TOEFL practice papers of 2018 are available online and help individuals to score good marks in the upcoming examination. Here are some links in which previous year papers are available:

TOEFL Previous Question Papers

TOEFL Sample Paper

TOEFL Practice Test Listening

TOEFL listening section is one of the major four sections in the examination. Each section ranges from a scale of 0-30 points making an overall total of 120 points. Aspirants have to focus on all the sections to achieve a great score and get admission to the best universities.

Some of the links provided may help you to get familiar with the accent and the annunciations

TOEFL Listening

TOEFL Listening 2 

TOEFL Practice Test Free Online

TOEFL practice tests are available online based on the questions which come in the exam and it may help aspirants to figure out what exactly the paper is all about and the related questions. Some online links are provided for various practice papers which will help individuals to get a proper idea of the examination

Free Practice Test

Free TOEFL Test

TOEFL Practice Question Speaking

Speaking is considered the toughest among the four major sections of the examination. This is mainly due to the fact that speaking has more to do with the confidence of the individual and less with the technicalities. Speaking English is not a tough task itself, but the fact that one is conscious about their annunciation and grammar that they tend to fumble. To avoid such circumstances, one can practice questions and be perfect at it.

Speaking Test Practice Papers

TOEFL Speaking Test


1. When should I take the test?

Plan to take the TOEFL test 2 to 3 months before your earliest application or another deadline so your scores arrive at your institutions or agencies in time. Find application deadlines by checking each score recipient's website.

2. How far in advance do I register?

Register 3 to 4 months before the test date.

3. Where are TOEFL test scores accepted?

More than 10,000 colleges, universities, and agencies in 150 countries accept TOEFL test scores. You can even use your TOEFL scores to satisfy visa requirements in Australia and the U.K. To learn more, see Who Accepts TOEFL Scores.

4. When should I start preparing for the test?

Start preparing for the test at least 8 weeks before your test date.

5. What is the best way to prepare for the TOEFL test?

Practicing your English reading, listening, speaking and writing skills as much as possible will help you feel prepared and confident on test day. We offer resources to make it easier. Because ETS is the maker of the TOEFL test, we are the only source for authentic sample questions. For detailed descriptions of all the test preparation materials available, see test preparation.

6. What is included in the TOEFL Go! Official app?

The TOEFL Go!® Official app is the only TOEFL iBT preparation app created by ETS — the makers of the test. The app is free to download and includes free content as well as in-app purchases to help you practice the skills you want, prepare with insider tips and go far! Download today.

7. What is included in The Official Guide to the TOEFL Test?

The guide provides practice with hundreds of real TOEFL test questions and includes 4 full-length, authentic practice tests. The Official Guide to the TOEFL® Test can be purchased in your ETS Account.

8. Where can I purchase TOEFL test preparation materials?

You can purchase TOEFL test preparation guides, practice tests, value packs and courses in your ETS Account.

9. What is TOEFL Practice Online?

With TOEFL® Practice Online you can experience actual test questions and get scores and performance feedback within 24 hours. Complete practice tests are available on the TOEFL Practice Online website and can be taken in timed mode to simulate the real TOEFL iBT testing environment.

10. What is The Official TOEFL iBT Tests, Volume 1 book with audio?

This prep book includes 5 real past TOEFL iBT tests, plus all of the audio passages for each test. The book provides you with lots of practice and is the perfect companion to The Official Guide to the TOEFL® Test. It also includes the TOEFL® Test Prep Planner to help you create an 8-week plan to prepare for the test.

The Official TOEFL iBT® Tests, Volume 1 can be purchased in your ETS Account in eBook or paperback format:

The eBook version with digital audio passages is downloaded electronically at the time of purchase. (No physical disc is mailed or delivered.)

The paperback version includes hard copies of 5 real past TOEFL iBT tests, plus an interactive DVD-ROM that includes all of the audio passages from each test.

11. Are there any additional FREE TOEFL test resources from ETS?

Other free resources that you may find helpful include:

TOEFL Go Anywhere website

TOEFL TV Channel on YouTube

TOEFL IBT Quick Prep

TOEFL Test Preparation: The Insider's Guide

12. What if my test is rescheduled or there is a problem at the test center?

If your test administration is canceled before your test, or your test cannot be scored or your scores are canceled due to a testing irregularity, you can select a different test date and you will not be charged the rescheduling fee.

If you arrive at the test center and find out that the test administration has been canceled by ETS, you can reschedule your test at no charge or receive a full refund of your test fee.

If ETS cancels a test administration or cancels scores after you test, and you have incurred travel costs to get to the test center, you may be eligible for a refund of reasonable and documented travel expenses for yourself only within 30 days of your original test date. Refunds are in U.S. dollars. For more information on reimbursement, see Testing Policies.

13. If I experience technical problems at the test center, can I ask that my test be rescheduled?

In rare instances, technical problems may require late starts and/or rescheduling of the test. If such an event at the test center makes it necessary for you to cancel your test session, or if it is later determined that your scores could not be reported, you can choose to take the test again for free or receive a full refund of the original test fee.

14. What if I observe questionable or unacceptable behavior at the test center?

Please contact us as soon as possible to report any observed behavior that may lead to an invalid score — for example, someone copying from another test taker, taking a test or part of a test for someone else, having access to test questions or answers before the test, or using notes or unauthorized aids. All information is held in strictest confidence.


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15. Does ETS ever cancel scores?

ETS may cancel scores for administrative errors (for example, improper timing, improper seating, defective materials, and defective equipment), natural disasters or other emergencies, improper access to test content, identification discrepancies, misconduct, plagiarism and inconsistent performance across different parts of the test. If your scores are canceled after they have already been reported, ETS will send a copy of your cancellation letter to any institution or agency that has received your scores.

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