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The Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) is required by most two- and four-year colleges and universities. The exam is used as a measure of a non-native speaker’s command of the English language. TOEFL is a test that evaluates a non-native English Speaker's ability to read, listen, speak, and write in English through the use of multiple-choice and student response question.
There are four sections in the test:
  • 1. Reading: 60-100 minutes, 3-5 passages, 12-14 questions per passage.
  • 2. Listening: 60-90 minutes, 34-51 questions.
  • 3. Speaking: 6 tasks with 15-30 seconds to prepare and 45-60 seconds to speak.
  • 4. Writing: 50 minutes, 2 Writing
Integrated Tasks

Some questions in the speaking and writing sections require you to speak more than one skill. You will be asked to:
Read, listen and then speak in response to a question.
Listen and then speak in response to question.
Read, listen and then write in response to a question.
Administered by: ETS (Education Training Service)
Website: www.toefl.org
Validity: The score is valid up to 2 years.
Reporting: The score is sent to 4 universities by ETS free of cost at the time of exam. ETS charges additionally for scores sent to universities later.
Registration: By phone, fax or mail
Forms: Forms can be downloaded from the website.
Requirement for Registration: Name as in Passport, Address, Credit Card Number, Expiry Date of the Card, Name of the Card holder. (The Credit Card has to be International Card.)
Confirmation: A registration no is given as terms of confirmation.
Rescheduling: An intimation is to be given to the ETS 3 days prior to the examination date. The necessary rescheduling fee has to be paid.
Mode: The TOEFL test is a computer adaptive test (CAT).
Scores: Total score is out of 300 (Computer Based). If the test is taken more than once, all the scores and the dates are sent to the universities. Scores can be cancelled before coming out of the test.
Fee: $150

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