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TOEFL® – FAQ

This section tests your ability to speak English fluently. The time limit for this section is 20 minutes. There will be six tasks and six questions for this section. For the six tasks, two will be independent tasks where you must express opinions on a subject you are familiar with, and four will be integrated tasks where you must respond appropriately to written and verbal passages.

This section tests you ability to write in English. The time limit for this section is 50 minutes. There will be two tasks and two questions for this section. The tasks will include one independent and one integrated task.
This section tests your reading comprehension abilities in English. The time limit for the reading section is 60-80 minutes. The number of questions contained in this section is 36-56. You will be asked to read three short passages of text (approximately 700 words) and answer around 12-14 questions for each. The passages will be on a range of academic subjects. However, prior knowledge of the subjects is not expected or required. You may be asked to write or complete summaries of the passages or fill out tables based on the reading.
This section tests your reading comprehension abilities in English. The time limit for the reading section is 60-90 minutes. The number of questions contained in this section is 34-51. You will be asked to read three short passages of text (approximately 700 words) and answer around 12-14 questions for each. The passages will be on a range of academic subjects. However, prior knowledge of the subjects is not expected or required. You may be asked to write or complete summaries of the passages or fill out tables based on the reading.

The TOEFL® (or Test of English as a Foreign Language) was originally developed at the Center for Applied Linguistics under the direction of Stanford University in the early 1960s to test the language abilities of non-native English speakers wishing to study at universities in the United States. Currently, the TOEFL® is used by over 8000 colleges and educational intuitions. In addition, it is used by a variety of licensing bodies, businesses, and governmental organisations in 130 countries. This makes it the most widely recognised test for assessing English language fluency in the world. A full list of organisations that accept the TOEFL® test can found in the TOEFL® Destinations Directory (PDF).

The TOEFL® can be administered through either an internet or paper-based format. The internet-based TOEFL® (TOEFL® iBT) can be administered at one of the 4,500 authorised test centers located in 164 countries. For those areas where the TOEFL® iBT is not available, a paper-based TOEFL® (TOEFL® PBT) can be administered. To find out the formats and test dates available in your area please visit the ETS website.

The exam is broadly divided into four sections:reading, listening, speaking and writing. TOEFL® scores are valid for two years, after which, the exam must be retaken.

The TOEFL® iBT consists of four sections, and it takes about four and a half hours to complete. On the day of the test, you must bring the following items to the registered test center: a registration number (located on the Registration Conformation) and a valid form of identification. All valid forms of identification must be up-to-date, be issued to you, and contain your photo and signature. Two good examples would be a valid passport or government-issued driver’s licence.

Tests may include extra questions that are used to compare test scores or trial-run new questions. These types of questions are not scored. However, these questions are not distinguished from the scored questions on the test, and test takers are advised to answer all questions as well as they are able to.

Within approximately 10 days of taking the test, candidates will be notified that their score can now be viewed online. TOEFL® scores range from 0-120 points (0-30 points for each subject), and they are valid for two years from the test date. The minimum score that is needed for admission to a college or university varies from institution to institution.

A select few universities will accept students on a provisional basis with a scores ranging from 45-65. Most universities will require a score in the 70-80 range and top tier universities such as Brown or Harvard will require 100 or better. It is always best to check the latest information from the univeristy website.

Create an account on www.ets.org and follow the step to register to the official test. Most students register online. However, there are options to register by phone and mail.

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I benefited hugely from the Erasmus Center’s teaching, and I definitely think it helped me to achieve a score I would never have thought to be capable of ! The teacher was very supportive, and taught every student differently according to his/her level of English. I was hoping, no, dreaming to get a 100. Thanks to the Erasmus Center, I got 108 !
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It is with a great pleasure that I inform you that I received my TOEFL® results. I got a 85 ( 23 in the reading and the listening, 19 in the speaking and 20 in the writing) and my university only requests a 80. Thanks a lot for your help during my long preparation and I am very satisfied by your courses.
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I followed your TOEFL® course in the winter. As I said in the last letter, I’ve got 78 points. I decided to try one more time… and I’ve got 94 points!!!! Thank you SOOO MUCH for the help!
Anastasia M., Employee
My TOEFL® score 116:R 29 – L 30 – S 30 – W 27 I’m sure the 30 on the speaking section has something to do with your asssistance! Thanks very much for the help!!!!
Wouter V., Lawyer
I just received my TOEFL® results and I passed with a 84. I got 27 in the writing, 22 in the speaking, 16 in the reading and 19 in the listening. I had 9 texts for the reading, it was really too long!
The most important is that I have been accepted in Lausanne thanks to my TOEFL® score. Thanks a lot for your help and support.
Marie-Astrid W., Student
I scored 102 / 120 on the TOEFL® test.
I have 28 for reading, 25 for listening, 24 for speaking and 25 for writing!

Thank you very much for your help!

Jean-Nicolas L., Student
With the intention to integrate a master in the USA, the Erasmus Center has been a great help regarding my TOEFL®, my GMAT tests and the development of my motivation letter targeting my streghten and my weaknesses. In addition of being very professional, the team is very friendly and open-minded. Therefore, I highly recommend the Erasmus Center to anyone who wants to pursue studies and reaching another career level.
Arnould A., Student
Thank you very much for these classes that allowed me to improve my scores !

Here are my SAT scores: CR 600 – Math 660 – Writing 610) and TOEFL® scores: 105 (R 26 L 26 S 26 W 27).
I will take another SAT test in December.

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