You have free unlimited access to the TOEFL iBT® Sampler. The Sampler includes questions from all four sections of the TOEFL iBT® test, including interactive Reading and Listening questions, and sample responses to Speaking and Writing questions. These are actual TOEFL iBT test questions you can download and use to practice again and again. The Sampler is a 141MB .EXE file.
Check the System Requirements before you download.
The Sampler cannot be run on a Mac OS X® operating system
A Windows-compatible computer
Screen display size 1024x760 or greater
128 MB of RAM (or greater)
150 MB of free hard disk space (or greater)
Sound playback capability
Download the linked zip file. After extracting the contents, launch “setup_TOEFLsampler.exe.” After running the setup file, the TOEFL Sampler will be installed on your computer. You may run it by clicking your Start button, then selecting “ETS,” and then selecting “TOEFL Sampler.” You can re-run the Sampler as many times as you would like.
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