The TOEFL Exam evaluates non-native English speakers' ability to read, write, speak, and listen to English in a similar way that it is used in universities. For example, you might read a passage or listen to a lecture, and then write or speak about what you learned.
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We explain concepts tested on the exams and teach proven test-taking techniques. All lessons are focused on beating the TOEFL.
The TOEFL exam is approximately 4-1/2 hours long, and is divided into four sections that integrate all four of these English language skills:
Why Take the TOEFL Test?
- Reading : 60- 100 minutes; 3-5 passages, followed by comprehension questions
- Listening: 60-90 minutes, 2-3 conversations
- Speaking: 20 minutes; 6 tasks with 15-30 seconds to prepare and 45-60 seconds to speak
- Writing: 50 minutes, 2 writing tasks
- No matter where in the world you want to study, the TOEFL test can help get you there. You will be eligible for admission to virtually any institution in the world — including the top colleges and universities in the U.S. , Canada , U.K. , Australia and New Zealand .
- The TOEFL test gives you more flexibility on when, where and how often you can take the test than any other English-language test in the world.
- You will be able to listen to lectures, view films, attend seminars, read textbooks, perform online research, speak with professors and other students, write academic papers, reports, e-mails and more.
Your composite (or overall) TOEFL score will range from 0 to 120 and is calculated by combining your TOEFL scores on each of the four sections.
The individual sections are graded separately. You will receive four TOEFL scores ranging from 0 to 30: Reading , Listening, Speaking, and Writing.
TOEFL scores vary in importance at different schools. Other factors that schools consider include academics, work experience, letters of reference, and scores on other standardized tests (GMAT, SAT, etc.).
How to Register
Step 1: Go to the website: http://www.ets.org/bin/getprogram.cgi?test=toefl
Step 2: Scroll to your testing center ( Thailand )
Step 3: Click on “Register Online”
When to Register
It is advisable to register for your TOEFL exam one month in advance. According to the TOEFL website, the test dates and fees are as such:
Test Dates Bangkok Internet-based Test $160