TOEFL: Test of English as a Foreign Language
This test is designed to measure understanding of spoken and
written standard American English and to assess how well a student
will function in a classroom where English is spoken. This test is
designed for students whose best language is not English or who
normally speak a language other than English at home or at work.
The Listening and Structure are computer adaptive. The Reading
section, on the other hand, is not adaptive. Every question is
worth the same. Furthermore, you don't have to answer a question
to be able to move on to the next, so you can skip around if you
want. The Writing section can either be done by hand or typed
into the computer using an American keyboard. To learn more
about the TOEFL, please follow the links below.
First of all, you will learn basic
information about what is TOEFL or Test of
English as a foreign language, including
Structure and Written Expression,
Reading Comprehension. how schools use TOEFL score to evaluate your candidacy,
how to register TOEFL,
when to take TOEFL, and FAQs concerning TOEFL exam.
You can find the latest information and preparation techniques for the new
TOEFL or TOEFL iBT (including Test Format
and Test Location), and the
TOEFL Score Table.
Furthermore, you will learn to best skills,
tips to obtain highest possible score on TOEFL test. Specially, you will
find how to tackle
Essential TOEFL Words, and TWE
(including TOEFL Essay Writing
Skills and Free TOEFL Sample Essays).
In addition, we offer several practice tests
(TOEFL Volume 2 Practice
Tests) for your practices. You
can download with absolutely no cost. >> TOEFL Exercises