The TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign
Language) is required for foreign students as part of admission
requirements for some colleges and universities in the USA. Some
high schools may require it as well.
The test consists of three sections:
Writing consists of a topic focused on opinion, persuasion,
or argument. Both the Internet-Based TOEFL and
the Paper-Based TOEFL have writing sections. If
the Computer-Based TOEFL is offered, you must take it. Site listing
for the Internet-Based TOEFL may be found at www.learn4good.com.
Most countries require the Computer-Based TOEF, but
some locations are allowing the Paper-Based TOEFL. Site listings
for the paper TOEFL may be found at the TOEFL web
site: www.toefl.org/infobull.html and
the Educational Testing Service (ETS) web site
You may request a TOEFL Information Bulletin in one
of four ways:
Simply ask for a copy of TOEFL Information Bulletin
for the test you
Take – either the computer or paper TOEFL.
Testing Service offers a full range of services
for testing, including the GRE (Graduate Records Exam). You
may order materials for study and seek all the information
you need for either of the tests. The ETS web site is www.ets.org.
Other helpful sites include:
TOEFL practice test
free TOEFL practice test
Tool for practicing for the TOEFL