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8 things to know before taking the TOEFL iBT® test

The TOEFL iBT® is considered the reference in English proficiency tests. It is especially used by many prestigious Anglo-Saxon universities as a reliable measuring tool for an applicant's English level. It is also accepted by most of the universities worldwide teaching classes in English.
More than 8,500 higher education institutions, universities, and agencies in 130 countries accept and use the TOEFL. This makes it one of the most well-known language tests in the world.
It is intended for all the individuals whose first language is not English. It is a simple and reliable way to prove one's language skills and/or to pinpoint exactly one's level according to the CEFR.

The TOEFL iBT® test is known for its very complete assessment of the language level. It estimates four types of essential skills for English fluency. You will be asked to combine these various skills to communicate in the language during the test. This makes it a particularly difficult and long test, as it lasts 4 1/2 hours.
Here are the details of each section:
  • Reading: You will read 3 to 4 passages and you will have to answer various Multiple Choice Questions.

  • Listening: You will hear lectures and/or conversations in a classroom and you will have to answer various MCQ.
    (Break of 10 min)

  • Speaking: You will have to give your opinion on a common and familiar subject. You will also have to talk about the two previous parts you just completed (Reading and Listening).

  • Writing: You will have to write about the two first parts you completed (Reading and Listening), as well as write an essay to give your opinion on a more or less familiar subject.

Each of the four parts of the TOEFL iBT® have a rating on a 30-point scale. According to the number of right answers and the quality of your Speaking and Writing, you will receive a higher or lower grade for each part. The sum of these four grades gives you your final score. They all carry the same weight in the total sum.
The TOEFL iBT is valid for 2 years. After two years, the ETS institute, the founder and organizer of the test, considers that your language level has probably evolved, either for better or for worse.

There is really no "good" or "bad" score. The assessment was designed to give an indication of one's language level while being as reliable and precise as possible.
The only thing that matters is the goal and/or the reason why the candidate is taking the TOEFL®. Most of the time, it is for an academic purpose in order to apply for a school. Thus, the universities and schools can check the candidate's level for each part.
The TOEFL score has an equivalence with the CEFR levels. The TOEFL is graded out of 120 points:
  • Between 42 and 71 points is a B1 level: This is a basic level which is not sufficient to apply for a university abroad.

  • Between 71 and 94 points is a B2 level: This is already a more acceptable level which shows that your language ability is good enough. The majority of universities worldwide ask for a score which varies between 80 and 94 points.

  • Over 94 points, is a C1 level: This is a very good level, asked by the most prestigious higher education institutes in the world such as Harvard or the London Business School.

You have to contact ETS, the test administrator, to register for the TOEFL®. ETS gives the test in an impartial manner, as they are not affiliated with any academic institution. Many test centers are available; you will find all the information you need on their website. There are 3 ways to register:
  • By phone: You will need to spell out your personal information and pay by debit or credit card when you call. The advantage of phone registration is that it allows you to do so the day before, if there are still available spots.

  • By mail: You will need to print out your form and send it to the Regional Registration Center as well as your payment method. Be careful, you'll need to do this four weeks before the session date.

  • Online: We believe that this is the simplest method. You can sign up very quickly in just a few clicks by completing the online form. You are able to do this via any electronic device.

The TOEFL iBT® is a standardized certification of English. It is possible to maximize your chances of getting a high score if you prepare for it. Acquainting yourself with the test structure and having an efficient testing technique will help you take the test without a hitch.

GlobalExam allows you to get the best TOEFL® test-prep thanks to two training modes. First of all, our training mode contains numerous exercises per section of the test. Then our exam mode with complete TOEFL iBT practice tests will allow you to get ready for the test by training in real exam conditions. All the content on our platform is produced by skilled teachers who have focused on the exam to create exercices almost identical to those of the initial test.
You will have access to detailed corrections for each and every exercise and to follow your progress, which is regularly displayed to you. This gives you motivation to keep practicing and learning.
Furthermore, you will have access to study sheets to learn more vocabulary and grammar, or to check out our advice and tips for taking the test. You can also check out our blog for more information about the TOEFL iBT, such as how to register for the exam, how the score is calculated, etc.