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  1. Michael Buckhoff
    Oct 31, 2014 @ 08:17 am


    Here are my video comments to you:

    Follow the link to the 60-Day TOEFL Study Guide I recommend for:

    Happy Halloween!


    —–Original Message—–

    From: JP>
    To: mbuckhoff
    Sent: Thu, Oct 30, 2014 12:48 pm
    Subject: Need help!

    Dear Michael,

    I find your web page watching videos for TOEFL help in YouTube. I want to
    apply for an LLM program in Canada, and I do need up to 100 points at the TOEFL
    IBT, but just if it is up to 25 points on each section. My biggest concern is
    that I have not reach such score and my deadline for application is on December,
    15. I am very worried about that. Unfortunately, I did not find your web page
    before in order to have more time for preparation. But I still want to do my
    best effort in order to achieve my goal at the TOEFL score.

    I did the TOEFL on the last September 27, 2014 and I got 82 points (17 on
    reading, ).

    After that, at the beginnings of October I join a very expensive three weeks
    course in Mexico City, that was just Saturdays and Sundays, because during the
    week I have a full time job, so it is impossible to take courses.
    Thanks to the course my new average score is 88 or 90 sometimes.

    So I feel quite desperate because I want to leave Mexico as soon as possible,
    and joining the LLM in Canada is a good opportunity to do so. I have already a
    promised sponsor and scholarship just if I been accepted by the Canadian

    Do you think that you can help me, and try to reach a miracle in less than a
    month in order to get the score? During weekends I can spend all the day
    studying and doing exercises, but the bad thing is that from Monday to Friday, I
    only can use no more that 2 hours daily.

    I have not yet subscribe me to the next TOEFL test date, but I am planing to do
    it for the November, 22 test date. Why I have not subscribe me yet? Because
    every time that I do my exercises I have not reach any 100 points, so it would
    be a waste of time and money knowing that I do not have the level to reach the
    score yet.

    I hope you can help me.

    Best regards,


  2. Yasar
    Oct 27, 2014 @ 15:03 pm

    Hi Micheal,

    I took the exam on December 20th, 2013 and my scores were:
    R:20, L:8, S:17, W:21, Overall: 66. But, I was unlucky in the listening section. Because, I did many exercises before the exam, and my average listening score was 18.

    I retook the exam on September 13th, 2014 and my scores were:
    R:19, L:17, S:17, W:21, Overall:74. However, I didn’t do any preparation before the exam.

    I need to get above 80. I will take the exam again on November 29th, 2014. I can study one or two hours everyday. Unfortunately, I found your course late.

    Could you recommend a study guide for me?
    I would also like to learn your comments about my status and the accessibility of my target under these circumstances.

    I am looking forward to seeing your response.




  3. Michael Buckhoff
    Oct 23, 2014 @ 07:47 am


    Here are my comments to you:



    Sat Oct 11 08:04:27 EDT 2014


    I have 20 and 14 on the reading and listening section, but I have scores of 26 and 29 on the speaking and writing sections. I need to get 26 in all sections of the exam.

    How do I improve my reading and listening skills?




  4. Michael Buckhoff
    Oct 18, 2014 @ 16:31 pm


    1. Focus mostly on the reading and listening sections of my course due to the reading and listening weaknesses that you have.

    2. To get additional improvements in writing and speaking, start posting speaking and writing practice tests, and I will give your feedback in those areas to help you. Remember that you are allowed to post ONE speaking and ONE writing practice test per day so long as you are subscribed to my Online TOEFL Course.

    Good luck to you!


    —–Original Message—–

    From: GA
    To: mbuckhoff
    Sent: Fri, Oct 17, 2014 10:25 pm
    Subject: Toefl Preparation

    Hey Michael,
    This is Gerard, I have just submitted my online payment for your online toefl
    preparation. So, let me explain you a little bit my situation. I am going to
    take the test in about 3 weeks and I have been preparing myself with study
    guides for about 2 months. This is going to be my second time taking the toefl.
    In my first time I got a 82; 15R 21L 22S 24W. Since then , I enrolled in
    college and I have been improving a lot, specially my reading skills. So, what
    plan would you recommend me. I’m aiming to get about a 90, if possible more.


  5. Jason
    Oct 17, 2014 @ 21:37 pm

    Hi Michael, this is Jason.
    I gave my first try on TOEFL test in March and scored 78 in total (R:19, L:20, S:19, W:20).
    I am thinking of retaking it in January, and my objective is to score at least 100 because it will absolutely help me get into a good university.
    I just want you to give me some pieces of advice on which course will work the best for me and what I should start doing from now on to get ready the next test.
    I am looking forward to hearing from you.



  6. riddhi
    Oct 17, 2014 @ 10:32 am

    Hi Micheal,
    I got my TOEFL score. It’s 21- reading, 22- listening, speaking-26, writing 25. I got 23 in speaking this time and in rescore I got corrected score 26.
    I am really thankful for your all help and guidance.
    I really want to say thank you for your all guidance. I used the service for longer time. It is really helpful.
    I remember you words that Do not give up” I am happy that I did not give up and continued to work.

    Thank you ones agin.


    • Michael Buckhoff
      Oct 19, 2014 @ 07:56 am


      Congrats to you!!!! Here are my comments:




  7. TOIE
    Oct 15, 2014 @ 08:04 am

    Hello, Michael. I am TOEI from Japan. I subscribed to your service before (for a short time), but I became quite busy back then, so I had no choice but to withdraw from your class at that time. After that, I studied by myself and got 106 (R27, L27, S24, W28) in TOEFL last time. Actually I want to take your lesson again in order to get more than 26 in speaking. I got 4/4 for the first task (familiar topic), but I got only 3/4 in both campus situations and academic lectures. This means I need to focus on the speaking tasks 3 to 6. Before deciding to re-subscribe to your course, can I ask the following questions?

    1. According to your Lesson Plan (PDF),
    we need to “self”-evaluate some of the tasks,
    but will you grade all practice exercises/tests
    which are on your website?

    2. Is it possible for you to evaluate the tasks
    which are “not” in your course.
    For instance, I have a topic like
    “What do you remember about your early childhood?”
    In this case, can you check my pronunciation,
    fluency, and topic development?

    The reason why I am asking this question is
    because I also plan to take IELTS,
    which has different speaking questions.

    3. I already finished your pronunciation
    last time I subscribed to your course.
    In this case, can I skip this module this time?

    These are all of my questions.



    • Michael Buckhoff
      Oct 16, 2014 @ 06:57 am


      Here are my video comments to you:




      • TOIE
        Oct 16, 2014 @ 08:46 am

        Thank you very much for your message.
        I will be your student again :D



  8. Michael Buckhoff
    Oct 14, 2014 @ 08:21 am

    T H,

    Here are my comments to you:



    —–Original Message—–

    From: T < $$$$$$$$$$$$$>
    To: Michael Buckhoff ; luismena39
    Sent: Tue, Oct 14, 2014 7:27 am
    Subject: RE: You have a new automatic payment profile for H T

    Hi Micheal,

    My name is T H from Japan. Thank you for accepting me to your course. I’ve tryed to study English for long time but I couldn’t make it because I always put things off until the last minutes. And now is the last minutes for me to study English because I decided to go to an MBA course in 2016 in the States. So I need at least 90 or hopefully 100 points on the TOEFL iBT. I took the test last month, and my score was Reading:12, Listening:12, Speaking:19, Writing:14, Total:57. It was my first time to take the TOEFL iBT, and I’ve studied vocab and grammar by using Barron’s text books(I didn’t complete all the books) before the test. I want to get at least 80 point by the end of this year, and 100 points within 6 month.
    I’m still checking the courses and I have no idea which one should I start from. Could you give me an advice for me? And can I ask quesions by email to you or is there any other way to ask you?

    Thank you very much in advance,



  9. lila
    Oct 13, 2014 @ 18:25 pm

    Hi Michale,

    Hope you are doing great. I just got my toefl score. That was my first time. My score is 75.
    Reading 17 – Listening 15 – Speaking 22 – Writing 21.
    I will need at least 85 to meet an MBA programme requirements. I will give another try on Nov 8th, but obviously I will need help. I was making a research and I think you can make a good suggestion about what option can I take from courses you offer. I have only about a month ;) :O




  10. himani singh
    Oct 13, 2014 @ 14:04 pm

    hello sir ! i am himani from india. i am fresher and will apply for toefl test for the first time.could you please tell me from where to start n how to prepare.I have gone thru official guide by ets n I saw some of the videos on YouTube. i need your guidance and help. sir I will be waiting for your reply n my exam is on Nov 8 2014.thank you. Michael


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