I will assume you already have basic information about the TOEFL test, so if you don’t, please google it and come back later. I will talk about my own experience and things that in my opinion were good or bad. Do understand that the information here is probably very valuable, especially on the test day.
After I prepared for a month or so, I went to the Test center (it was in the iStudy Language School - one of the many designated test centers in Sofia, Bulgaria). I was very worried and my stomach hurt a lot so if you too have a case of nervousness before important tests and exams, find some relaxation techniques and
master them. Do not take any pills or caffeine drinks - the first will make you sleepy, the second will make you shake. You don’t want either, trust me.
The main thing that I liked about the test was that it focused on language skills. Reading, listening, speaking and writing were the four parts - no grammar or special vocabulary exercises. I am an avid reader and I love to watch movies. This prepared me the most and I was definitely happy that I didn’t have to study a lot before the exam. If you think you are not that comfortable with your English, and/or prefer a more standardized test, TOEFL is not for you.