What is TOEFL?

The Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) is a standardized test that is used to assess the English language proficiency of individuals for whom English is not their first language.

What English Language Skills Does the TOEFL Assess?

The TOEFL assesses your abilities in the major areas of language acquisition: listening, speaking, reading, and writing.

Who Takes the TOEFL?

The TOEFL is generally taken by students who wish to attend an English-speaking college, university, or higher education institute. To take the TOEFL, you must be a non-native English speaker with a high school diploma or equivalent credential. You also must have a valid passport — this will be used to verify your identity at the time of the test.

Where Can I Take the TOEFL?

The TOEFL can be taken in-person or remotely. To learn more about taking the TOEFL exam, visit the Education Testing Service (ETS) website.

Why Should I Take the TOEFL?

Taking the TOEFL prepares you to enroll in a certificate or degree program that's taught in English. Passing the TOEFL shows American colleges and universities that your language skills are proficient.

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