Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) is a test for English aptitude at any level for foreign universities.
It measures the ability of non-native speakers of English to students utilise their skills of listening, reading, speaking and writing and is one of the most widely respected and recognised English-language tests in the world.
Most people who take the TOEFL are planning to study at a university or college where English is the medium of instruction. However, the test is also used by immigration departments to issue residential and work visas, medical and licensing agencies for professional certification purposes, apart from individuals who simply want to assess their understanding of, and proficiency in, the English language.
For students planning to study overseas, TOEFL helps prove that they have the English skills that will actually be needed in an academic classroom. The test is composed of 100% academic tasks and questions. Therefore, many universities and colleges worldwide consider it to be one of the most appropriate tests of English while deciding on admissions.
Preparation is key to getting a good TOEFL score. Investing time and effort in preparing for the exam is a critical element in the test taking strategy. The Indoz Academy offers quality TOEFL coaching that ensures students get the best possible preparation. Here are just a few reasons why students should choose to prepare for the TOEFL with The Indoz Academy:
In addition, The Indoz Academy also offers all its students a comprehensive 5 Point Study Plan built around their needs and requirements. Students enrolling for TOEFL practice test preparation with The Indoz Academy will benefit from the ability to:
TOEFL is administered online from where it gets its name – TOEFL iBT (Internet Based Test). The test is of four and a half hours duration and consists of a variety of reading, listening, speaking and writing tasks.
During the test, students will be expected to demonstrate their ability to combine all four skills: reading, listening, speaking and writing tasks. For instance, students may be asked to:
|Reading||60 – 80 minutes||36 – 56 questions||Read 3 or 4 passages from academic texts and answer questions.|
|Listening||60 – 90 minutes||34 – 51 questions||Listen to lectures, classroom discussions and conversations, then answer questions.|
|Speaking||20 minutes||6 tasks||Express an opinion on a familiar topic; speak based on reading and listening tasks.|
|Writing||50 minutes||2 tasks||Write essay responses based on reading and listening tasks; support an opinion in writing.|
Each of the four TOEFL sections (Reading, Listening, Speaking and Writing) are scored out of 30. The composite (or overall) TOEFL score will range from 0 to 120 and is calculated by combining the TOEFL scores on each of the four sections.
|Reading||0 – 30||High (22-30) Intermediate (15-21) Low (0-14)|
|Listening||0 – 30||High (22 – 30) Intermediate (15 – 21) Low (0 – 14)|
|Speaking||0 – 30||Good (26 – 30) Fair (18 – 25) Limited (10 – 17) Weak (0 – 9)|
|Writing||0 – 30||Good (24 – 30) Fair (17 – 23) Limited (1 – 16)|
More than 50 hours of comprehensive program to master every concept of TOEFL
Mock Tests for real TOEFL experience.
Test taking tips and strategies for getting high scores.