There is a ton of preparation material geared specifically towards the TOEFL. Therefore, I do not think it is worth using the GRE verbal prep material in addition. Since the main goal of the TOEFL is to test basic competence with English, I doubt there is such a strong emphasis on exotic vocabulary words that dominates the verbal GRE. Did anyone here ever have to know the definition of curmudgeon, vituperative or conflagration to answer a TOEFL question? Probably not, though I must note that I've never taken the TOEFL and never seen the test. Maybe someone else can discuss whether there is significant overlap or not.Catria wrote:is it a good idea to use the GRE Verbal sample tests to prepare for the TOEFL?
Probably the GRE verbal because even native English speakers have a very difficult time with it.Catria wrote:Also, which is harder to write, TOEFL or GRE Verbal?
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