The Test Of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL Test) was created in order to assess non-native English speakers’ linguistic skills. The test has evolved over time. Today, its most common form is the TOEFL iBT Test (Internet Based Test), administered via the Internet. The test consists of 4 sections: reading, listening, speaking and writing, which are always taken in the same order.
Time Limit: 54-72 Minutes
You will be asked to read 3 or 4 passages from academic texts and answer 10 questions for each passage.
Time Limit: 20 Minutes
Express an opinion on a familiar topic and provide oral responses to reading and listening tasks.
Time Limit: 47-51 Minutes Points: 30
You will be asked to listen to lectures, classroom discussions and conversation and answer questions
Time Limit: 50 MinutesPoints: 30
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