A state administered test, the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL™) surveys the English capability of candidates, whose local dialect does not occur to be English. It tests the capacity to see North American English. It is the most instructive establishments in the US and Canada (around 2400) approach candidates for their TOEFL™ Scores. Most candidates take the TOEFL™ test as an essential for entrance into schools and colleges where English is utilized or required. Furthermore, numerous administrations, permitting, and accreditation offices and trade and grant programs utilize TOEFL™ scores to assess the English capability of individuals for whom English isn't their local dialect.

The TOEFL™ Internet-based Test (TOEFL™ iBT) tests every one of the four dialect aptitudes that are essential for compelling correspondence: Speaking, Listening, Reading, and Writing. The structure of the TOEFL™ iBT is as per the following:

Perusing (60-100 min) (36-70 questions) (0-30 scoring scale) 3-5 sections from scholarly messages; approx 700 words in length with 12-14 questions for each entry.

Tuning in (60-90 min) (34-51 questions) (0-30 scoring scale) 4-6 addresses every 3-5 min long; 6 question each.

2-3 discussion, every 3 minutes in length; 5 addresses each.

Talking (20 min) (6 undertakings) (0-4 directs changed over toward 0-30 scoring scale) 2 errands to express a conclusion on a subject; 4 assignments to talk in view of what is perused and tuned in to.

Composing (50 min) (2 errands) (0-5 guides changed over toward 0-30 scoring scale) 1 assignment to compose in light of what is perused or tuned in to; 1 undertaking to help a supposition on a point.


The US-based "Educational Testing Service" (ETS), develops and administers the TOEFL™. ETS is responsible for setting questions, conducting the test and sending score reports to each examinee. For detailed information about TOEFL, please refer to the official website of TOEFL™.


Q. What is the registration fee for TOEFL?
A. The registration fee for taking the TOEFL® is USD 170.

Q. What is the validity of the TOEFL exam?
A. Your TOEFL® score will be valid for 2 years from the date the test was taken.

Q. What is the minimum score I need?
A. For admission, one has to score over 80 for MS and Undergraduate programs, over 100 for PhD and MBA courses. Usually a score of 100 is required for students who are looking for financial aid/scholarships.

Q. How many times can I take the TOEFL test?
A. There is no limit to the number of times you can take the test, but you cannot take it more than once in a 12-day period.

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