The TOEFL is a standardized test that measures a test-taker’s mastery of the English language, especially in an academic setting;hence schools and universities use TOEFL scores for admissions purposes. The reading passages in the TOEFL use formal, academic language and high-level vocabulary, rather than casual or conversational English.

TOEFL Exam Structure

The test has four sections and will typically take a total of 4.5 hours to complete. These four sections are: reading, listening, speaking, and writing with a score out of 30 each; added together for a final, total score out of 120 points.

Section 1: Reading The TOEFL reading section is completely multiple-choice based. Each reading section will have three or four written passages with 12-14 questions for each passage. (Typically, tests with three written passages will have more questions per passage than tests with four written passages.) Reading passages can be on any academic topic, including science, history, or literature.
Section 2: Listening The TOEFL listening section is also completely of multiple choice. Each listening section will include four to six lectures with six questions each and two or three conversations with five questions each.
Section 3: Speaking The TOEFL speaking section is a little more complicated than the reading or listening section. But, luckily, each speaking section will always follow the same pattern, so you can prepare yourself for it.

TOEFL Exam Formate

Sections Parts and Number of Questions Duration Total Score
Reading 36 Questions; 3 or 4 passages Task 60 Minutes
Task 2: 30 Min.
Listening 34 Questions; Lectures, discussions and conversations Task 60 Minutes -
Speaking Total 6 tasks- 2 Independent and 4 Integrated 20 Minutes -
Writing Total 2 tasks-1 Independent & 1 Integrated Task- an essay based on reading and listening and supports an opinion in writing 50 Minutes -
Total Score:120 points

Highlights of TOEFL Exam

  • Coaching for Academic and General Module.
  • Training by experienced and trained teacher.
  • Doubt Solving with Faculty Member.
  • Proven system and techniques in classroom and online training.
  • Individual attention to each student.
  • Tips and strategies for each section and each question type.
  • Headphones and Tapes for listening Comprehension.
  • Daily and weekly assessment of every student in all four sections of IELTS.
  • Mock tests on every week.
  • Interactive teaching of Grammar
  • Help with vocabulary