WHAT IS TOEFL?
The Test of English as a foreign Language (TOEFL) is an examination used to evaluate a nonnative English speaker’s proficiency in the English language. Many North American colleges and universities, as well large number of institutions, agencies, and program, ask for official TOEFL score reports. An acceptable score on the TOEFL exam depends on the specific requirements of the particular institution or agency involved.
The test has four distinct sections: Listening Comprehension, Structure and Written Expression, Reading Comprehension and Test of Written English.
NO. OF ITEMS
|1. Listening Comprehension|
|Part A questions over short Conversation||30|
|Part B questions over longer Conversation||8|
|Part C questions over talk||12|
|2. Structure and Written Expression|
|Identifying correct completion||15|
|Identifying incorrect words or phrases||25|
|3. Reading Comprehension|
|4. Test of Written English*|
|One essay, 250-300 words||1|