TOFEL

TOFEL

What is ETS TOEFL Exam?

The ETS TOEFL exam is a globally accepted, standardised English language test to examine international students’ English proficiency in Reading, Listening, Speaking and Writing as the English Language Test score plays a vital role in the overseas education admission process. The TOEFL test score is accepted in over 150 countries, including Canada, Australia, New Zealand, the United States and the United Kingdom.

Since its inception in 1964, the ETS TOEFL test’s curriculum and test methods have matched universities and institutions’ expectations. The recent revision was in 2005, and the test is renamed the TOEFL iBT test. The test now comprises tasks that test if the candidate’s Reading, Listening, Writing, and Speaking skills meet the demands of top-notch academic environments today. 

Why choose the ETS TOEFL Exam?

Students can book an online TOEFL test from all parts of the world and find exam centres in Nepal. Since there are 50 ETS TOEFL iBT test dates in a year, students can choose a convenient schedule.  The test results are out in about 10-15 days. The TOEFL test assesses students’ English proficiency on a detailed scale; the speaking test is examined by 3 to 4 proctors.

What is ETS TOEFL login?

The ETS TOEFL login is the portal to register for the TOEFL iBT Exam. Students can use their login credential for the following purposes:

Reschedule, cancel or view your registration.
View or apply for an approved testing venue.
Download or view TOEFL scores.
To update information such as your contact number or email.

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