TOEFL: Test of English as a Foreign Language

The TOEFL is a standardized test that assesses the English language proficiency of non-native speakers, specifically designed for those aiming to enroll in English-speaking universities. Over 11,000 universities and institutions in more than 190 countries recognize TOEFL scores.

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Why take the TOEFL?

University Admissions: Many universities require TOEFL scores as part of their application process for international students.

  • Focus on Academic English: The TOEFL is designed to assess your ability to understand and communicate effectively in an academic setting, focusing on the skills needed for success in English-speaking universities.
  • Validity: Two Years: Most institutions accepting TOEFL scores will typically consider them valid for two years from the test date. This reflects the potential for your English language skills to change over time.

Overall: A strong TOEFL score is a valuable credential for international students seeking to pursue higher education in English-speaking countries. It demonstrates their preparedness for the academic rigors of an English-language learning environment.