TOEFL - Reading

What is TOEFL Reading?

As the name suggests, you will have to read certain passages in order to answer the questions based on them. The comprehension passages, that you will come across in this section of the test, are usually excerpts from texts which are read in high-school. If you want to know more about TOEFL Reading then check out the practice tests available on our website.

There is no better method of preparing for TOEFL Reading, than by practice. The more you practice the more acquainted you will become with the nature of the questions that you have to solve for TOEFL Reading. At we will provide you with a myriad of practice questions, based on different types of comprehension passages. Our practice tests will help you hone you critical and analytical skills, so that you are able to handle all types of questions during the test. So let's start solving now!

Preparing for TOEFL Reading

The only fail-safe method of preparing for TOEFL Reading is practice. In this section of the test, you will have to solve 36 to 56 multiple-choice questions. In order to solve these questions, you will have to read 3 to 4 passages, each approximately of 700 words. Are you feeling worried? Then remove your concerns by solving some practice tests straightaway! The more you practice, the more familiar you will become with TOEFL Reading and subsequently, you will be able to take the test with ease and confidence.