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NARRATOR: When you take a TOEFL at-home test make sure you have sufficient internet bandwidth to avoid interruptions during the test. Run the equipment check on the same day of the week, and at the same time of day that you plan to take the test. This will simulate the internet usage in your home on test day.
For example, if your test is on a Tuesday at 11 AM, run the equipment check on a previous Tuesday at around that time. On the day of your test run a final equipment check before your test session starts. On test day, close all browsers and applications not needed for the test, and turn off any unnecessary devices in your home that use the internet. For more tips about making sure you and your equipment are ready for testing at-home, visit the TOEFL website.