What is the TOEFL® test?

The TOEFL® test measures the capacity of non-native English speakers to utilize and comprehend the English dialect as it is heard, talked, read, and written in the college classroom.

What is the distinction between the TOEFL iBT® test and TOEFL® paper-conveyed testing?

The TOEFL iBT test, conveyed by means of the web, measures reading, listening, speaking, and writing aptitudes. It is offered more than 50 times each year and is controlled online at testing sites around the globe.

The TOEFL PBT test, which has been ceased, was a paper-and-pencil test that deliberate reading, listening, grammar, and writing skills and was offered just in areas where testing via the internet is not accessible.

The revised TOEFL Paper-conveyed Test, which replaces the TOEFL PBT test, measures reading, listening, and writing. There is no speaking segment due to the technical specialized necessities of capturing spoken reactions.

Where are TOEFL test scores acknowledged?

More than 10,000 schools, colleges, and organizations in 130 nations acknowledge TOEFL scores. To learn more about how the TOEFL test can be your international ID to study anywhere English is spoken.

How long is the test session?

The whole TOEFL iBT test session (counting registration) is roughly 4½ hours. The test itself is 4 hours. Registration time is 30 minutes.

What are TOEFL test scores like?

The TOEFL iBT test gives scores in 4 aptitude ranges — Reading, Listening, Speaking, and Writing — and an aggregate score:

Reading 0–30

Listening 0–30

Speaking 0–30

Writing 0–30

Total Score 0–120

The aggregate score is the sum of the 4 aptitude scores.