TOEFL is the most accepted, respected English language proficiency test in the world. The test is accepted by many English-speaking academic and professional institutions and one of the two major English-language tests in the world, the other being the IELTS. Svarna provides TOEFL exam preparation course by expertise and certified instructors that offer customized training that aims to help you score higher.
Those who want to go abroad for study or university entrance. Universities, agencies and other institutions in over 150 countries accept the TOEFL test including top universities in Australia, New Zealand, Canada, the UK and the US.
Typically, those who take the TOEFL want to attend university or graduate school abroad. But anyone who needs to demonstrate a mastery of English for an academic purpose can take the TOEFL. This includes anyone applying to a foreign high school, exchange program, community college, or for a student visa.
Academic module is for test takers who want to register their profession; or study at tertiary level or university entrance in an English- speaking country. The Academic version of IELTS measures English language proficiency needed for an academic, higher learning environment. The tasks and texts are accessible to all test takers, irrespective of their of their subjects fous.
The TOEFL iBT test is the only English-language test to use integrated tasks combining the 4 academic English skills — reading, listening, speaking, and writing — in the way they are actually used in a classroom. Test takers are required to:
This ensures your applicants are equipped with the skills needed for success in a higher education classroom. Additionally, students strengthen their skills while preparing for the test, so they arrive on campus better prepared for the academic English demands of a university classroom.
The TOEFL iBT test measures all 4 skills. The revised TOEFL Paper-delivered Test measures 3 skills — reading, listening, and writing. It does not include a Speaking section because of the technology required to capture spoken responses, but it is otherwise closely aligned.
|TOEFL Skill||Score Range||Level|
|Listening||0-30||High (22-30) Intermediate (14-21) Low (0-13)|
|Speaking||0-30||Good (26-30) Fair (18-25) Limited (10-17) Weak (0-9)|
|Writing||0-30||Good (24-30) Fair (17-23) Limited (1-16)|
Covering writing syllabus, reading syllabus, listening syllabus, and speaking syllabus:
In this section, you will be required to read 3-5 passages and answer 12-14 questions on each passage. The section is scored based on the number of correct reading comprehension responses.
Question type: 3–4 passages
10 questions each
Total no. of questions: About 40
Total time: 54-72 minutes
In this section, you will hear short conversations as well as long conversations. After the short conversation, you will be asked one question and multiple choices of answers will be given. You have to choose one answer. In long conversations, you will be asked multiple questions based on the conversation.
Question type: a) 3–4 lectures (3-5 minutes long, about 500-800 words)
6 questions each; About 30 questions in total
b) 2–3 conversations (about 3 minutes long,12-25 exchanges)
5 questions each; About 12 questions in total
Total no. of questions: 40+
Total time: 41–57 minutes
For you to earn the highest scores in the Speaking Section, your responses must fulfill the demands of the task given with only minor mistakes or lapses. The test graders are looking for a highly intelligible and sustained conversation. There are three main factors that comprise scoring for the section.
- a) 1 independent task (prep time: 15 sec; response time: 45 sec)
- b) 3 integrated tasks – Read/Listen/Speak (prep time: 30 sec; response time: 60 sec)
Total no. of questions: 4
Total time: 17 minutes
The essay should effectively address a topic. The response should be well-organized and well-developed using relevant explanations and detailed support. Furthermore, it should also display unity, progression, and coherence. If you want to achieve a high writing score, make sure that you demonstrate the syntactic variety and appropriate word choice with minor grammatical errors.
- a) 1 integrated task – Read/Listen/Write (20 minutes) (reading time: 3 min; listening
time: 2 min; writing: 15 min)
b) 1 independent task (30 minutes)
Total no. of questions: 2
Total time: 50 minutes
30 hours in different group class, individual or one-in-one class.