The TOEFL iBT® test helps you stand out confidently in English, and it comes with a clear advantage — universities know you are ready to succeed. That’s why it’s accepted by by institutions in over 150 countries, including Australia, Canada, New Zealand, the United States, the U.K., and across Europe and Asia.
Test of English as a Foreign Language is a computerized test that measures a person’s proficiency in English. It is accepted globally and is mandatory for people coming from non-English speaking countries. The maximum score is of 120 and the test consists of 4 modules: Reading, Listening, Speaking and Writing. The reading section consists of 3-4 academic texts, each consisting of several questions. Similarly, the listening section has questions pertaining to 2 conversations and 4 lectures or discussions. The speaking section requires you to speak into the microphone and consists of 2 independent and 4 integrated tasks. The writing section has an integrated and independent task. The scores are valid for 2 years and land you admissions in more than 11,000 universities.
As you can see, there is a pattern to the time limits for TOEFL Speaking and TOEFL Writing. However, the TOEFL Reading section and TOEFL Listening section can vary in time limit and in length because each of these two sections can sometimes include additional sets of unscored experimental questions. Each section has a time limit:
- 17 minutes for Speaking
- 50 minutes for Writing
- 54-72 minutes for Reading
- 41-57 minutes for Listening
Who This Course is for
If a student is planning to join a university in an abroad country where the primary language is English it is necessary to have good conversation skills in English to communicate the ideas effectively. Hence it’s ideal to take the best TOEFL online course.