The TOEFL listening section consists of 28–39 questions and includes the recordings of lectures, classroom discussions and conversations (read more here). The conversations might be between a professor and a student at a professor’s office discussing written work, career plans, schedules and deadlines for papers, the demands of another class or professor deadlines etc. In order to get a higher score, students should enrich their Academic Vocabulary. Developing solid TOEFL vocabulary skills can be one of the most challenging parts of studying for the exam, but it’s also one of the most important. One way is to practice with flashcards.
Here are Quizlet cards for test-takers to learn and practice essential vocabulary to understand conversations with professors.