The first step is to get certified to be an English language teacher with either TEFL, TESOL,
or CELTA certification. At its heart, the TOEFL Is an English test and so your
foundation as an English language teacher will be invaluable as you help your students.
Earn a College Degree. A bachelor’s degree is the minimum
educational requirement to teach TOEFL courses in most countries.
Get a Teaching Certification.
Consider Pursuing a Master’s Degree
Hire a teacher or a tutor
Find other English learners and native speakers in your area
Find support within online communities
Read for 30 minutes every day
Ask yourself questions
Improve your vocabulary
TOEFL certificate is also required by: migration services to give you a
residence permit or a work permit, medical and licensing agencies for certification,
employers in order to assess the level of your English proficiency.
Reading, Listening, Writing and Speaking sections
The Reading section consists of 30 to 40 questions that need to be completed in 54 to 72 minutes.
Neither test is easier than the other. They are both demanding and require fundamental skill building as well as knowledge of the test format