If you have just started studying for the TOEFL iBT the process might seem a bit overwhelming. But the fact you have to know is that everyone else who is preparing for the TOEFL is in the same situation you are. There is a lot of works to do, so you probably need a clear schedule to keep you organized.
This little page will help you to make your schedule looks more visual, simple and clear.
①Your Target Score
My target score is______ on the TOEFL iBT Test.
I got ______ on my last TOEFL iBT Test. This means that I need to improve my score by ______ points.
For every point that I want to increase my score, I should study for at least 18 hours.
So… _____ x 18 hours = ______ hours
I need to find ______ hours to study for TOEFL iBT test before _________.
My deadline is ______ weeks from today. I have ______ weeks to study every day.
______ ÷ _______ = _______ hours is the number of hours I need to study every week.
③ Time to Action
I can find ______ hours for studying on…
Mondays from ______ until _______.
Tuesdays from ______ until _______.
Wednesdays from ______ until _______.
Thursdays from ______ until _______.
Fridays from ______ until _______.
Saturdays from ______ until _______.
Sundays from ______ until _______.
④ Your Choices
To be accountable and schedule my time, I will use…
Gmail’s calendar function
My smartphone’s agenda apps
Gmail’s calendar/ Agenda apps + adding TOEFL iBT Online Official Newsletter ,so they can check on me.
A paper calendar that I will put on my fridge / bedroom door / bathroom mirror / ___________.
I will tell your friend ________________ that I’m studying for TOEFL at these times so s/he supports me.