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In general, students looking to learn more about the exam and those looking for high-quality practice problems will get the most out of this book. If you do decide to use this book, be sure to make sure of the two full-length practice tests wisely, study the different types of TOEFL questions, and supplement this TOEFL official guide with other resources to supplement your studying.
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Nonetheless, this software is great to use for both full-length mock tests and as a resource for individual texts, recordings, and questions to practice with. At the moment, this and the other official TOEFL books (The Official Guide to the TOEFL iBT Test and Official TOEFL iBT Tests Vol. 2) are the best books available for that, because the material is so similar to what you will see on test day.
The three official TOEFL books are all very close to each other in ranking, but the best of the three for cheap, authentic practice tests is this book. And this book really does focus just on practice tests. There are no extra practice questions, and no supplemental chapters that give extra information about the tests. To learn more about why the official practice tests here are even better than the official prep in the other two ETS TOEFL books, check out my full review of Official TOEFL iBT Tests, Volume 2, Third Edition.
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