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TOEFL iBT - Test of English as a Foreign Language

What is the TOEFL iBT?

The TOEFL test assesses the ability of non-native English speakers to participate in the university classroom. It measures their skills in using and understanding the English language as it is heard, spoken, read and written in an academic setting. Recently, TOEFL has revolutionized from the former Computer-Based Test (CBT) and Paper and Pencil Test (PBT) into a more expedient Internet-Based Test (iBT).  The TOEFL test is organized by the Educational Testing Service (ETS) and is offered more than 50 times a year. It is administered online at more than 4,500 testing sites in 165 countries.

TOEFL iBT Test Content

The TOEFL is divided into four parts: listening, reading, speaking and writing.

During the test, candidates will be asked to perform tasks that combine more than one of the above skills, such as:

Read, listen and then speak in response to a question

Listen and then speak in response to a question

Read, listen and then write in response to a question

TOEFL iBT Test Sections

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The total time allocated for test is a maximum of 4 hours and the result can be acquired on-line, while the candidate should receive an official result via mail 15 days later after the test date.

Candidates can register online at        
or ask WSC to assist them with the registration.