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Introduction To The TOEFL Writing Section

Remember! — All of the skills that you are tested for in The TOEFL Reading Section are skills that you already have.  The only difference is that you are being tested on your ability to do these things in English.  But as long as you are able to comprehend the English in these lessons, and you follow my directions…  You will do Excellently!  😎

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| TOEFL Excellencehe TOEFL Writing Section Is The Last Section In The TOEFL Exam.  Within The Writing Section, you will encounter only 2 Tasks, but is the longest section of The TOEFL Exam.

| TOEFL Excellencehe Writing Section tests your ability to compile your ideas about a subject in written form — as well as to do the same about a personal preference on some topic.

Notice!  —  Just as The Reading & Listening Sections are very similar — the same is true about The Speaking & Writing Sections.  The Tasks that you are asked to perform in The Writing Section are almost identical to two of the Tasks that you do in The Speaking Section.  The only difference (obviously) is that you write your response, instead of speaking it.  And — as always — If you follow the instructions in this course — it will NOT be difficult.  😉

The lessons in this course (as well as everything else in the entire TOEFL Excellence Training System) are organized in a very logical way, with the sole purpose of helping you to achieve the score that you need, and more, on The TOEFL iBT Exam.

It would suit you best to follow the logical order of lessons as they are presented here, and to heed the instructions and suggestions that I provide throughout this course.  Even if you think that you already know everything about a certain subject or topic, following my lead will benefit you greatly.  😉

~ “The Teacher”  😎

Here are some additional helpful resources that will help you in your journey towards “TOEFL Excellence” — which will also supplement the material you read here.


The resources listed here should be read AFTER going through the lessons below, as a supplement to the lessons.  This is because they repeat a lot of information in a more “conversational” way, and are not as sequentially organized as the course material — but will certainly help to solidify what you learn in the course material.

If you have any questions about anything in this course;  about any of the lessons;  or about anything having to do with The TOEFL Exam itself — feel free to send me a message any time:

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