01. Introduction
02. Grammar/Activities:
03. Reading Section
04 Listening Section:
05. Speaking Section:
06. Writing Section:
07 Final TOEFL tests

Listening Test 1.9


Student – Hello !
Staff – Good morning. How may I help you?
Student – Well, I’m a little bit confused about the new application rules for next year.
Staff – Oh, OK. And what exactly is causing this problem?
Student – Well, I’m living on campus and I thought that the on-campus lodgings were not going to be open to everyone next year. How can I know if I’m entitled to lodging?
Staff – You need to go online. Everything is explained. And the idea of this new rule is to encourage students who have financial difficulties to come to this university. So, the on-campus lodgings are for those who cannot afford any other type of lodging.
Student – OK. And so I need to go to the website and enter my income and my parents’ income. Is that correct?
Staff – Yes! And you must also inform us of your family situation. Are your parents divorced or not? Do you have any brothers and sisters? Etc…
Student – Ah, OK. And how about the new AM2 form? What’s that?
Staff – Oh, it’s a form that you need to fill out to pre-book your course load for next year.
Student – Uh… and what if I don’t know what I want to study next year? I don’t know yet.
Staff – Well, you have to hope for the best and sign up for them in the fall.
Student – Oh OK. But I could also not have space in the courses I want.
Staff – Exactly!
Student – Oh OK. And I have a final question. The financial aid has also changed its policy. Do you have any more information on that subject?
Staff – No, sorry! Here we only deal with applications and on-campus lodgings. The Student Council deals with financial aid. You should ask them about that. They’re in the office opposite to us, door number 7.
Student – OK. Thanks. And until when do I have to apply?
Staff – Until the third of June. And don’t forget because all applications sent after that date are refused, even if you attended the university this year.