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When you choose the high-standard TOEFL® test to demonstrate your English proficiency, universities notice and know you are ready to succeed. Accepted worldwide by more than 11,000 universities and institutions in over 150 countries, the TOEFL test is the world's premier English-language test for study, work and immigration.
If your goal is university study, the TOEFL iBT® test can help get you there.
"As a top-ranked global university, Macquarie University welcomes applicants with TOEFL iBT test scores."
David Harrison, International Director, Macquarie University
"As a top 100 University, the University of Glasgow welcomes applicants with TOEFL iBT test scores."
Mhairi Macfarlane, Senior International Officer, University of Glasgow
The TOEFL iBT test is:
There are 4 modules in TOEFL.
The TOEFL iBT® Reading section is designed to assess how well you can read and understand the kind of materials used in an academic environment. It includes 3 or 4 reading passages, each approximately 700 words long, with 10 questions per passage. You have 54 to 72 minutes to answer all the questions in the section.
Reading passages are excerpts from university-level textbooks that would be used in introductions to a discipline or topic. The passages cover a variety of different subjects. Don't worry if you're not familiar with the topic of a passage. All the information you need to answer the questions will be included in the passage. There is a glossary feature available to define words not commonly used, if you need it.
The TOEFL iBT® Listening section is designed to measure your ability to understand conversations and lectures in English. It includes listening for:
There are 2 types of listening items in the Speaking section — lectures and conversations. Both use campus-based language.
You can take notes on any audio item throughout the test to help you answer questions. You have 41 to 57 minutes to complete the section.
The TOEFL iBT® Speaking section is designed to measure your ability to speak English effectively in academic settings. It is composed of 4 tasks that resemble real-life situations you might encounter both in and outside of a classroom.
You'll get 15–30 seconds of preparation time before each response, and your response will be 45 or 60 seconds long.
To respond, you'll speak into the microphone on your headset. Your responses are recorded and sent to ETS, where they will be scored by a combination of AI scoring and certified human raters to ensure fairness and quality. See the Speaking Scoring Guides (Rubrics) (PDF) for more information about how your responses are scored.
You have 17 minutes to complete the Speaking section.
The TOEFL iBT® Writing section is designed to measure your ability to write in English in an academic setting, and you're expected to be able to present your ideas in a clear, well-organized manner.
There are 2 writing tasks.
You'll type your responses on a computer keyboard. Responses are sent to ETS, where they are scored by a combination of AI scoring and certified human raters to ensure fairness and quality.
You'll have 50 minutes to complete the Writing section.
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