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Enhance your listening skills with TOEFL Listening practice test now! This essential section evaluates your ability to comprehend spoken English in academic contexts. Sharpen your focus on diverse audio materials, from lectures to conversations, to excel in this critical aspect of the TOEFL exam. Practice regularly for optimal performance!

1. Overview of TOEFL Listening practice test on Estudyme

The TOEFL Listening section is designed to evaluate your proficiency in comprehending lectures, discussions, and conversations typically encountered in university or college environments. The main goal is to measure your listening skills, including your capacity to grasp main ideas, details, relationships between speakers, and the overall purpose of spoken passages. Practice on Estudyme, you are offered to:
- In the TOEFL Listening practice test, you are furnished with practice sets, which you can choose any of them to do first.
- When you start practicing, you will be given an audio and a question list to hear and choose the correct answer.
- After completing your task, press the submit button to check out.
- We provide you the count-up timer to help you measure elapsed time.

2. FAQs (frequently asked questions) - TOEFL Listening

2.1. What is the format of the TOEFL Listening section?

The TOEFL Listening section consists of four to six lectures and conversations. Each audio clip is followed by a set of questions.

2.2. How long is the TOEFL Listening section?

The total time for the TOEFL Listening section is approximately 36 to 41 minutes, depending on the number of questions.

2.3. What types of questions can I expect in the TOEFL Listening section?

Questions may include multiple-choice, choose multiple answers, and listening to a conversation and answering questions about it.

2.4. Are the audio clips in American English?

Yes, the TOEFL Listening section primarily features speakers with American English accents, but you may encounter a variety of accents in the listening materials.

2.5. Is there a break between the listening and other sections of the TOEFL test?

Yes, there is a 10-minute break between the Listening and Speaking sections.

2.6. Can I replay the audio during the TOEFL Listening section?

Unfortunately, you cannot replay the audio during the actual test. It's essential to pay close attention to the first listening as you won't hear it again.

2.7. How is the TOEFL Listening section scored?

The TOEFL Listening section is scored on a scale of 0 to 30, with each of the four skills (Listening, Reading, Speaking, and Writing) contributing equally to the total score.

2.8. How can I improve my listening skills for the TOEFL?

Practice listening to a variety of English accents, watch English movies or TV shows, and engage in conversations with native speakers and take some TOEFL practice test as well!

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