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TOEFL Exam Overview

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TOEFL - Everything You Need to Know

What is the TOEFL?

The TOEFL, Test of English as a Foreign Language, is an English language proficiency test administered in more than 180 countries, making it the most accessible test in the world. Internet-based testing makes it possible to expand the number of test centres and increase access significantly. The TOEFL is also the most accepted test in the world. More than 5,000 colleges, universities, and agencies in 80 countries accept TOEFL scores.

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TOEFL Test Pattern

The TOEFL™ Internet-based Test (TOEFL™ iBT) tests all four language skills that are important for effective communication: Speaking, Listening, Reading, and Writing.

All sections are taken on the same day, and the entire test is approximately four hours long.

TOEFL Exam Structure

Venn Diagram GMAT
  • 54-72 Min
  • 30-40 Questions
  • 0-30 Scoring Scale
  • 3-4 passages from academic texts; approx 700 word long with 10 questions per passage.
  • 41-57 Min
  • 28-39 Questions
  • 0-30 Scoring Scale
  • 3-4 lectures each 3-5 min long with 6 questions each; 2-3 conversations, each 3 minutes long with 5 questions each.
  • 17 Min
  • 4 Tasks
  • 0-30 Scoring Scale
  • 1 task to express an opinion on a topic; 3 tasks to speak based on what is read and listened to.
  • 50 Min
  • 2 Tasks
  • 0-5 points converted to 0-30 scoring scale
  • 1 task to write based on what is read or listened to; 1 task to support an opinion on a topic.

TOEFL FAQs

You can register online or by phone or mail. The detailed information about registering for the TOEFL can be found at  www.ets.org/toefl
TOEFL is offered on specific days of the year. One can access the whole schedule which can vary depending on the country by following the given link https://www.ets.org/bin/getprogram.cgi?test=toefl
There is no limit to the number of times you can take the test, but you cannot take it more than once in a 12-day period.
Your TOEFL score will be valid for 2 years from the date the test was taken.
The scores are available online 2 weeks after the exam date.
The universities only accept official scores sent directly by ETS. Scores to four colleges can be sent free of cost from the time of TOEFL registration to 24 hours before the test date. Subsequently, for each score report sent to a college, you would have to pay $20.
No, photocopies are not accepted. You have to send your scores only through ETS.
Almost all the universities take the best score.
Yes, you do need to have the TOEFL  score with you at the time of applying
TOEFL is mandatory for Undergraduate, MS, PhD and most MBA courses across the world. However, a few universities in the USA and all universities in the UK and Australia accept IELTS™ scores. The Top 15 colleges in the US might waive the TOEFL requirement provided you are able to produce a proof that your Undergraduate degree had English as its mode of instruction.
For admission, one has to score over 80 for MS and Undergraduate programs, over 100 for PhD and MBA courses. Usually a score of 100 is required for students who are looking for financial aid/scholarships.

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