- As with other sections of the TOEFL, be familiar with the directions and examples so you can begin work immediately.
- For each passage, begin by briefly looking over the questions (but not the answer choices). Try to keep these questions in mind during your reading.
- Scan passages to find and highlight the important facts and information.
- Read each passage at a comfortable speed.
- Answer the questions, referring to the passage when necessary.
- Eliminate answers that are clearly wrong or do not answer the question. If more than one option remains, guess.
- Mark difficult or time-consuming answers so that you can come back to them later if you have time.
- Timing is an important factor. Don’t spend more than 10 minutes on any one passage and the questions about it.
- Concentration is another important factor. The reading section is one of the longer sections of the test. Your practice and hard work will help you.
- Relax the night before the exam.
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