What is the TOEFL Mini Mock Test?
It is a shorter version of the TOEFL test that LOOKS the same, is TIMED in the same way and is SCORED in the same way. In addition to providing you with EXAM SIMULATION, it will also provide you with a snapshot of your results with detailed feedback on each task.
How many can I do?
For now, you can only do one Mini Mock Test. We will make more in the near future, we promise!
How much does it cost?
How can I get one?
ANY E2Language student (free or paid) can purchase one Mini Mock Test. Just log in to your account and look for 'MINI MOCK TEST' on the left-hand side.
When should I do it?
It is up to you, but because there is just one, we suggest the following:
- Do it AT THE START of your preparation as the DIAGNOSTIC test, so you know what areas you need to work on most
- OR do it DURING your preparation as a PROGRESS CHECKER
- OR do it at the end of your preparation to see whether you are READY or not for the real test (allow 48 hours for feedback!)
How do I do it?
Once you have purchased it, log in to your account and click on 'MINI MOCK TEST'. Click 'Start Test' to complete the listening, reading and writing components on the platform. Plan to sit for about 1 hour and 40 minutes to finish them all in one go.
For details, see How to take the TOEFL Mini Mock Test
What feedback will I get?
See: What feedback will I receive on my TOEFL Mini Mock Test?
The test will be marked by one of our TEACHERS, giving you VERY DETAILED feedback on how well you responded to EACH QUESTION TYPE and how you can IMPROVE. It will include detailed teacher feedback on all of your speaking and writing tasks/sub-tests, and you will receive a lot of information on the other sections of the test as well so you know where you're going right and wrong.
What happens after?
Once you get your results and feedback from the Mini Mock Test, continue your preparation focusing on the question types that the test has shown need the most work. It is a good idea to book a TUTORIAL after getting your results so you can discuss them more with a teacher. For more information on booking a tutorial, see here: How do I book a tutorial?