TOEFL Coaching Centre near me

Which is popularly known as TOEFL is a standardised test to assess English language proficiency. It is for non-native speakers willing to enrol in colleges or universities in English-speaking countries. It is accepted by more than 11000 universities in the World. It is administered and conducted by the Education Testing System (ETS).

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TOEFL iBT provides five scores: four sections scores for Reading, Listening, Writing, and Speaking and a total score. Each section is on a 0-30 scale. The total score is the sum of the four section scores. The range of total scores could be anywhere from 0-120. It is valid for two years.

Components of the TOEFL Test

  • In this section you will read 3-5 passages and answer 12-14 questions about each passage.
  • The section is scored based on the number of correct reading comprehension responses.
  • Length of Passage : Approximately 700 words
  • Number of Passages : 3–5 passages
  • Questions : 12–14 questions per passage
  • Total Timing : 60–100 minutes
  • You will listen to 4-6 recorded academic lectures (6 questions each) and 2-3 recorded conversations (5 questions each).
  • Then you will answer questions regarding the information you hear.
  • The more correct responses you give, the higher your score will be.
  • Length of Lecture : 3–5 minutes long each, about 500–800 words
  • Number of Lectures : 4–6 lectures
  • Questions : 6 questions per lecture; 24-36 questions in total
  • Length of Conversation : About 3 minutes long; about 12–25 exchanges each
  • Number of Conversations : 2–3 conversations
  • Questions : 5 questions per conversation; 10-15 questions in total
  • Total Time : 60–90 minutes
  • For you to earn the highest scores in the Speaking Section, your responses must fulfil the demands of the task given with only minor mistakes or lapses
  • The test graders are looking for a highly intelligible and sustained conversation.
  • Length of Task : 1-4 minutes long each
  • Number of Tasks : 6
  • Questions : 1 question per task; 6 questions in total
  • Total Time : 20 minutes
  • The essay should effectively address a topic
  • The response should be well-organised 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 syntactic variety and appropriate word choice with minor grammatical errors.
  • Length of Task : 1 integrated task – Read/Listen/Write (20 minutes)
    (Reading time: 3 min; listening time: 2 min; writing: 15 min)
    1 independent task (30 minutes)
  • Number of Tasks : 2
  • Questions : 2
  • Total Time : 50 minutes