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    Do you have any suggestions names of books to practice from ?

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    The two books I would strongly recommend are:

    1) "The Complete Guide to the TOEFL -- ibt edition" by Bruce Rogers

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    2) "The Official Guide to the TOEFL" (ETS Guide), published by McGraw-Hill [this one can also be purchased online as a digital edition]


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    Thanks alot corey but i really concern about to be like real exam. Do you think these books are close to real exam ?

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    Of course. That's probably the single biggest factor in choosing a good test preparation book. If these two weren't similar to the real test, I certainly wouldn't recommend that my students use them.
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    Books and Tutors

    While these books are necessary and helpful to begin studying the TOEFL. I recommend a couple of computer programs like Kaplan or Barron's. Moreover, if you really want to see a score of over 80, I would recommend working with a professional tutor. A couple of books that are useful are Nova's Speaking and Writing Strategy, Kaplan's and Barrons. If you get stuck in speaking and have a great non-English accent, I would also recommend seeing a professional tutor.
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    which edition of kaplan do you recommend ?

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