TOFEL


TOEFL is a test designed to measure your language proficiency. If you are applying to a college where English is the language of instruction, your TOEFL scores help the admissions staff to determine if your skills in English are adequate for the enrollment into the program of study you have selected. The test is quite popular because more than 5000 institutions across 90 countries accept these scores.

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Overview

Interested in taking TOEFL? Let’s have an overview of the test. What is The Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL)?

Requirements

  • Many institutions seek some minimum score. It is usually accepted that 70 out of 120 is minimum acceptable score. However, the minimum scores depends on the institution you apply for, your course, and some other factors as to whether you will be a Teaching Assistant. Any score more than 100 is surely respectable score in TOEFL
  • The new TOEFL iBT consists of four sections that are designed to measure the basic skills of the language: Reading, Listening, Speaking and Writing. All sections are taken on the same day. The entire test is about four hours long. The test is computer based, not computer-adaptive.

TEST BENEFITS

The new TOEFL differs is important ways from previous versions of the test. It tests all four language skills that are important for effective communication:Speaking, Listening, Reading and Writing.

Requirements

  • Integrated questions or “tasks” in the new test help learners build confidence needed to communicate in the academic environments they plan to enter the new integrated tasks ask test takers.
  • Read, listen and then speak in response to a question.
  • Listen and then speak in response to a question.
  • Read, listen and then write in response to a question.

Topics

The break-up of the four sections in TOEFL Test pattern 2016 with allotted marks as given below,On test day, you have three and a half hours to complete the four sections of the Tofel exam

Syllabus

  • Reading-3-5 passages, 12 – 14 questions each 60 – 100 minutes
  • Listening-4 – 6 lectures,6 questions each 2 – 3 conversations,5 questions each 60 – 90 minutes
  • Break-Optional-5 minutes
  • Speaking-6 tasks: 2 independent and 4 integrated-20 minutes
  • Writing-1 integrated task-1 independent task-20 minutes-30 minutes

FAQ'S

Frequently Asked Questions About the GRE® revised General Test and policies which provides the information about the doubts that

Question& Answers

  • What is the difference between the TOEFL iBT and TOEFL PBT tests?
  • How often is the test given?
  • Why should I choose the TOEFL test over another test?
  • How much does the TOEFL iBT test cost?
  • Can I retake the test?
  • Where are TOEFL test scores accepted?