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TOEFL Tip #36: Scrap Paper On Test Day

by Strictly English TOEFL Tutors on June 4, 2009

TOEFL Test Centers give you as much paper as you need for taking notes, but they only give you 3 or 4 pieces of paper at a time. Therefore, it is crucial to use your paper carefully. Here are some helpful tips:

1. You do not need to take notes on the reading.
2. Try to use only HALF a sheet of paper for each Listening Passage
3. ASK FOR NEW SHEETS OF PAPER DURING YOUR 10 MINUTE BREAK
(You have to give back the paper you’ve already used before they will give you more)
4. Use only HALF a sheet of paper for each Speaking Task
5. Use the front of your last sheet of paper to take notes for the 20-Minute essay
6. Use the back of your last sheet of paper to take notes for the 30-Minute essay.


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