If you are planning to study abroad, the TOEFL test is the one test that can take you anywhere. In fact, more institutions accept TOEFL test scores than any other test scores in the world — more than 7,000 colleges, universities and licensing agencies in more than 140 countries, to be exact. And, with more than 4,500 test centers worldwide, taking the test is convenient and easy.
About The TOEFL
The ‘Test of English as a Foreign Language’ evaluates the ability of students to understand and use the English language in an academic setting. The Internet Based Test is conducted in many test centers in Nepal among which NIEC’s testing facility is the oldest and best run. The TOEFL is accepted by a variety of institutions in the USA, UK and Australia among other countries. Institutions may require you to submit a TOEFL score in order to get admission in courses run by these institutions. The TOEFL iBT tests you on your Listening, Reading, Writing and Speaking skills with tasks that ask you to combine more than one skill.
The TOEFL Consists of:
Listening: You are required to listen to lectures, classroom discussions and conversations and answer 34-51 questions in 60-90 minutes.
Reading: The reading section consists of 3-4 passages with 36-56 questions that have to be answered in 60-80 minutes.
Writing: This section consists of two tasks. One is a response to a prompt that requires you to support an opinion and the other is a response based on reading and listening tasks.
Speaking: This section consists of 6 tasks. You are asked to express an opinion on a familiar topic and speak based on reading and listening tasks.
Choicemaker TOEFL Fact File:
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