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General Information About the iBT TOEFL Test


Undergraduate, graduate, and postgraduate programs around the world require students to demonstrate their ability to communicate in English as an entrance requirement. The TOEFL test gives students the opportunity to prove they can communicate ideas effectively by simulating university classroom and student life communication. The language used in the test reflects real-life English-language usage in university lectures, classes, and laboratories. 

  • TOEFL Scores

The TOEFL test measures how well students use English, not just their knowledge of the language. The TOEFL test confirms that a student has the English language skills necessary to succeed in an academic setting. 

  • TOEFL test’s Creator

ETS (Educational Testing Service) is the nonprofit educational organization that develops and administers the TOEFL test. 

  • TOEFL iBT, CBT and PBT

The TOEFL iBT is an Internet-based test (iBT) delivered in secure testing centers around the world. The TOEFL iBT replaced the TOEFL computer-based test (CBT). The paper-and-pencil (PBT) version of the test is still offered in some locations where iBT testing is not possible. 

  • TOEFL Used in the Admissions Process

Your test scores will be considered together with other information you supply to the institution to determine if you have the appropriate academic and language background to be admitted to a regular or modified program of study. Often your field of study and whether you are applying as a graduate or undergraduate student will determine what TOEFL scores you need. 

  • Minimum Acceptable TOEFL Score

Each institution that uses TOEFL scores sets its own minimum level of acceptable performance. These minimums vary from one institution to another, depending on factors such as the applicant’s field of study, the level of study (undergraduate or graduate), whether the applicant will be a teaching assistant, and whether the institution offers English as a Second Language support for its student.

          Adapted from The Official Guide to The TOEFL test by McGraw-Hill