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What is the TOEFL exam?
The Test of English as a Foreign Language is used to evaluate the communication skills of non-native speakers, when they are enrolling in English speaking institutions.
What is the TOEFL for?
- Measures ability of non-native speakers to communicate in English.
- Evaluates English reading, writing, speaking and listening.
- Considered one of the most fair ways of assessing English speaking, as this section is scored by multiple tutors. Widely accepted assessment.
How long does the TOEFL exam take?
- The total time required for the test is 4 hours and 10 minutes, which includes a 10 minute break.
What is the structure of the TOEFL test?
There are four sections; reading, writing, speaking and listening.
- Reading: 60-80 minutes, 36-56 questions- you will have to read 3/4 passages from academic tests and answer questions based on what you have read.
- Listening: 60-90 minutes, 34-51 questions- listen to lectures, classroom discussions and conversations, and then answer questions based on what you have heard.
- This is followed by a 10 minute break.
- Speaking: 20 minutes, 6 tasks- express an opinion on a familiar topic, speak based on the listening and reading tasks that you have just completed.
- Writing: 50 minutes, 2 tasks- write essay responses based on reading and listening tasks; support an opinion in writing.