Ibt TOEFL Overview

The iBT TOEFL measures how well you read, listen, speak and write in English and use these skills together in the university classroom. For example, you might read a passage or listen to a lecture, and then write or speak about what you learned.

S. N. Description Week/s
1. Speaking 1 weeks
2. Reading 2 week
3. Listening 1 week
4. Writing 1 week
5. Computer Practice 1 week

TOEFL Band Scale

TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) is a standardized test that measures the English language proficiency of non-native speakers. The test is divided into four sections: reading, listening, speaking, and writing. Each section is scored on a scale from 0 to 30, with 30 being the highest level of proficiency. The overall TOEFL score is the sum of the four individual scores, with a maximum possible score of 120.

Each institution or organization that accepts TOEFL scores may have their own specific requirements for the minimum score they will accept. For example, some universities may require a minimum overall score of 90, while others may require a 100. Like IELTS, TOEFL also have two format one is internet-based test (iBT) and the other one is paper-based test (PBT).

Where is TOEFL Accepted?

The TOEFL test is accepted by many universities and colleges in the United States and Canada, as well as other countries where English is the primary language of instruction. Some other countries that accept TOEFL scores include the United Kingdom, Australia, New Zealand, and Ireland. TOEFL is also widely accepted by governments, scholarship programs, and certification bodies around the world.

It's important to note that while TOEFL is widely accepted, it's not accepted by all institutions or organizations in all countries. It is always recommended to check with the specific institution or organization you are applying to, to ensure that they accept TOEFL scores and to find out their specific requirements.

Additionally, some countries have their own English proficiency test which they prefer, and in some countries, TOEFL is not accepted or not as widely accepted as IELTS.