The TOEFL Exam evaluates the ability of non-native speakers to use and understand English in an academic setting.
TOEFL Quick Facts
|Frequency||30–40 times per year|
|Duration||4 hours, 30 minutes|
What is the TOEFL and why is it important?
The TOEFL Exam evaluates non-native English speakers' ability to read, write, speak, and listen to English in a similar way that it is used in universities.
How is the TOEFL scored?
Your composite (or overall) TOEFL score will range from 0 to 120 and is calculated by combining your TOEFL scores on each of the four sections.
The individual sections are graded separately. You will receive four TOEFL scores ranging from 0 to 30: Reading, Listening, Speaking, and Writing.
TOEFL scores vary in importance at different schools. Other factors that schools consider include academics, work experience, letters of reference, and scores on other standardized tests (GMAT, SAT, etc.).
How do I register?
Visit the TOEFL website, www.TOEFL.org .
How can I prepare?
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