TOEFL practice test

exercises to help you improve your TOEFL score

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frequently asked questions about the TOEFL test

TOEFL Topics Compilation

common topics asked during the TOEFL test

TOEFL 101

basic information about the TOEFL test

Thursday, January 19, 2017

The Scoring Systems of TOEFL PBT and IBT

The Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) is a standardized language exam for non-native speakers. More than 9,000 educational institutions and organizations in 130 countries acknowledge it as an accurate measure of an individual’s English proficiency. Though TOEFL was initially a requirement for academic settings, many agencies also recognize its test results for professional licensure, overseas employment and immigration purposes.

Examinees can prepare for the test by enrolling in a TOEFL review center or by self-studying. The latter method is recommended since exam specialists can provide valuable insights and reliable language assessments.  In the Philippines, there are competitive TOEFL review centers in Makati, Manila, Cebu and Davao.

Friday, January 6, 2017

TOEFL iBT for Test Takers with Disabilities

As part of their vision to promote fairness, the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) attends to the specific needs of persons with disabilities to give them an equal chance to pass the test as those examinees that do not have health concerns or conditions.

Test takers, regardless whether they have disabilities or none, are encouraged to join TOEFL review centers in the Philippines to prepare them for the exam. These facilities provide assessment exercises and training materials to gauge the students’ English language proficiency and to enhance their skills, respectively. For example, TOEFL review centers in Davao encourage students to participate in practical tests and engage in feedback sessions.