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 
Sections 4 sections
Cost $150–$225
Max. Score 120

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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