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TOEFL® iBT Note-Taking
When you sit for the TOEFL iBT test, you will be allowed to take notes in the Listening, Speaking and Writing sections. Effective note-taking is essential for TOEFL as you will receive a lot of information and it would be impossible to remember all of it. Good notes will facilitate your responses and directly affect your TOEFL iBT score.
Why should you develop the skill of note-taking?
Abbreviations and Symbols
with – w/
regarding, about – re
limited – ltd
without – w/o
difference – diff
through – thro
at – @
reference – ref
though – tho
about, approximately – ~
especially – esp
important – imp
times – x
opposed to – vs
possible – poss
that is – i.e.
and so on – etc
probable – prob
for example – e.g.
department – dept
number – #, no
because – b/c
page – p
compare – cf
before – b/4
pages – pp
or – /
In this format you can take notes in the form of a list with main points, then sub-point, etc. For example:
Mind mapping A mind map is an image centered diagram that represents semantic or other connections between major ideas. For example, it can graphically illustrate the structure of a plant, the connections between certain major points, etc.
Here is how you can take notes by using this method:
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