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TOEFL Tip #201: Use Google Alerts To Track TOEFL News

by Strictly English TOEFL Tutors on April 28, 2013

Keeping up with the latest information about the TOEFL exam is important. Whether the news is a policy change regarding administration of the TOEFL exam or an expanded use of TOEFL scores, anyone studying for the TOEFL exam should follow developments from ETS.

But how can you do that easily? With so many sources of information today, it’s hard to make sure you read everything regularly.

Rather than reading everything in the news to find one story, let Google scan the news for you, and deliver an alert to your email when there’s a relevant item. Setting up a Google Alert is a quick, easy process. Decide the search you want Google to perform – pick something simple like “TOEFL news.” When you enter your search into the “search query” box, you will see a preview of results. You might need to play around with variations on the search terms to get the precise results you want. Next, choose which types of sources you want scanned – news items, blogs, and so on. Select how many alerts you want to receive, and how often you want to receive them, and enter a Gmail address. That’s it!

Ready to get started? Go to the Google Alerts page.


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1 comment so far. Leave a comment.

  1. Jason King

    wrote on July 17, 2013 at 6:01 am

    Great suggestion…thanks!

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