Tham khảo tài liệu 'toefl cbt book part 4', ngoại ngữ, toefl - ielts - toeic phục vụ nhu cầu học tập, nghiên cứu và làm việc hiệu quả | Part tf c p tr o dy lg tPnll fJQIi n fyjy -gf-Ba ed SUhoc at Q. Do computer-based and computer-adaptive mean the same thing A. No. The entire TOEFL exam is called computer-based because it s given on the computer. Only two sections are computer-adaptive Listening and Structure. Computer-adaptive means that every test taker is given a question of medium difficulty to begin each section. If you answer the first question correctly you re given a slightly harder second question and if you answer the first question incorrectly you re given a slightly easier second question. This process continues throughout the exam. The level of question difficulty varies during the test according to whether you answer each question correctly. Therefore your score is based upon not only the number of correct answers but also the level of difficulty. Q. Do I need computer skills to do well on the exam A. No. Studies have shown that knowledge of computers has virtually no effect on how well a test taker performs. But you should completely familiarize yourself with the computer instructions before you take the test. Q. How can I prepare for the TOEFL test A. Practice with as much information as possible. If at all possible take the tutorial provided through the TOEFL tests s Web site . Or if you have time purchase the PowerPrep software or TOEFL Sampler. Both of these packages include the tutorial as well as practice tests and answers. These materials are superb for practice although they don t provide explanation analysis and hints on passing the exam like this book. Call 800-446-3319 or visit to order these materials. Q. Is the essay required on the computer-based test A. Yes. Unlike the paper-based test in which the essay is provided at only certain administrations the essay is a required part of the CBT. It accounts for 50 percent of your Structure score. Q. Should I guess on the TOEFL test if I don t know an .