TOEFL stands for Test Of English as foreign Language. It is highly regarded and widely accepted International test in the world. More than 6,000 colleges, universities, and agencies in 130 countries accept TOEFL scores. It is administered at more than 4,500 test centres in 180 countries. More than 22 million people have taken the test since 1964.The TOEFL iBT consists of four sections: Reading, Listening, Speaking, and Writing. The entire test is about four hours long, and all sections are taken on the same day.
Who Conducts the TOEFL Test?
ETS (Educational Testing Service) is the non-profit educational organization that develops and administers the TOEFL test.
What Is the TOEFL iBT?
The TOEFL iBT is an Internet-based test (iBT) delivered in secure testing centres around the world. The TOEFL iBT replaced the TOEFL computer-based test (CBT). The paper-and-pencil (PBT) version of the test is still offered in some locations where iBT testing is not possible.
Who Is eligible to Take the TOEFL Test?
If your first or native language is NOT English, it is likely that the college or university that you wish to pursue your academic career will require you to take this test. Moreover, it is the one recently accepted tests by the immigration department for the professionals those who are looking for immigration.
- TOEFL iBT is administered via computer from a secure internet-based network.
- Instructions for answering questions are given with each section. There is no computer tutorial.
- TOEFL iBT is not computer-adaptive. Each test-taker receives items that cover the full range of ability.
- Test takers can take notes throughout the entire test. At the end of testing, all notes are collected and destroyed at the test centre to ensure test security.
- For the Speaking section, test takers wear noise-cancelling headphones and speak into a microphone. Responses are digitally recorded and sent to ETS’s Online Scoring Network.
- For the Writing section, test takers must type their responses. The typed responses are sent to ETS’s Online Scoring Network.
- Human raters, trained and certified by ETS, rate the Speaking and Writing responses.
- Scores are reported both online and by mail.
The following chart shows the possible number of questions and the timing for each section. The time limit for each section varies according to the number of questions. Every test contains additional questions in the Reading or Listening section.
|Test Section||Number of Questions||Timing|
|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|
|Speaking||6 tasks: 2 independent and 4 integrated||20 minutes|
|Writing||1 integrated task||20 minutes|
|1 independent task||30 minutes|
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