WHAT IS TOEFL TEST

TOEFL is the acronym for "Test Of English as a Foreign Language".

It measures English language proficiency of non-native English speakers who are willing to study or work abroad. It basically tests an aspirant's ability to use and understand English in terms of Reading, Listening, Speaking and Writing.

Who accepts TOEFL iBT?

TOEFL is the most popular and widely accepted English language proficiency Test. It is accepted by over 10,000 universities, colleges, organizations and other TOEFL participating institutions. about 4500 test centres in 130 countries, TOEFL iBT is taken 50+ times in a year by ETS (Educational Testing Service), an US-based Non-profitable organization.

Who takes TOEFL Exam?

Who takes TOEFL Exam?

Candidates willing to demonstrate their English language proficiency take the TOEFL iBT test.

  • Students willing to pursue their higher studies abroad
  • Students who require scholarship and certification
  • Students and workers who are applying for Visas
  • Students who want admissions and exit in English language learning programs
  • English language learners who want to check their progress

The average English skills range from Intermediate level to Advanced.

Test taker can do focused TOEFL preparation and re-take the test as many times he/she wants but can sit for the test only once in a period of 12 days.

Benefits of TOEFL

  • Acknowledged Globally

    TOEFL iBT exam is accepted in more than 10,000+ institutes in over 130 countries; including top-notch universities of USA, UK, Canada and Australia.

  • Fair & Unbiased

    TOEFL exam is known for its quality assessment & it is graded anonymously by ETS-certified trainers. Results are available online within 15 working days.

  • Pathway to Academic Success

    TOEFL iBT scores are a clear indication of candidates' ability to communicate and handle academic course in English effectively.

  • Most Preferred Score

    As TOEFL test assesses the required English language skills precisely, its scores make it easy for universities in decision making process of admissions.