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Writing down the podcast

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Translating the podcast

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Finding out the words, which I don't know

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Making flashcards with these words

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Learning them by heart

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Recording the podcast (creating the audio of myself)

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Listening to the audio, correcting the mistakes

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Step 1

Choosing a podcast

2

Step 2

Writing down the podcast

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Step 3

Translating the podcast

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Step 4

Finding out the words, which I don't know

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Step 5

Making flashcards with these words

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Step 6

Learning them by heart

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Step 7

Recording the podcast (creating the audio of myself)

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Step 8

Listening to the audio, correcting the mistakes

07 May 2019 01 September 2020

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Pass the TOEFL ibt with 110 marks in September of 2020

Hello, guys,

I have passed the TOEFL ibt in 2016 with the grade of 97 marks. That's not enough for me.

I am going to retake the test in September of 2020.

I have noticed that sometimes knowing the rules and format are not actually the decisive factor for getting a good grade.

Usually, if you know the English language well, you can pass the test even without knowing the format.

But, if you didn't know English and didn't know the format it would be a great failure of yours.

That's why I am going to dedicate the first half of the year to improve my level of English.

I promise I am not going to use the helping hand of any tutors, any language schools, or paid applications or tools.

I hate, actually, cheaters, who waste 1000$ on super-duper expensive tutors and then boast about their test\exam results.

It is dishonest because the results are actually not theirs, but their teachers.

I have never seen any person who achieved 110 marks in the TOEFL ibt without any tutor's help.

So, I would like to become this person.

Quite a challenge, I would say.

But,. it makes this is more tempting and seductive.

I am going to start the preparation from practicing with the site "60 seconds Science".

I am not going to visit any forums or communities, except the polyglot communities I have on Skype.

My practice will be the following:

https://www.scientificamerican.com/podcast/60-second-science/

  1. Choosing a podcast
  2. Writing down the podcast
  3. Translating the podcast
  4. Finding out the words, which I don't know
  5. Making flashcards with these words
  6. Learning them by heart
  7. Recording the podcast (creating the audio of myself)
  8. Listening to the audio, correcting the mistakes
  • Repeating all these steps with a new podcast.

Quite a good scheme, huh?

Ok then, let's start!

 Goal Accomplishment Criteria

Congratulations on that!

  1. Choosing a podcast

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  2. Writing down the podcast

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  3. Translating the podcast

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  4. Finding out the words, which I don't know

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    3. 3

    4. 4

    5. 5

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  5. Making flashcards with these words

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  6. Learning them by heart

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    3. 3

    4. 4

    5. 5

    6. 6

    7. 7

    8. 8

  7. Recording the podcast (creating the audio of myself)

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    2. 2

    3. 3

    4. 4

    5. 5

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    8. 8

  8. Listening to the audio, correcting the mistakes

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    2. 2

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