TOEFL

TOEFL which means test of English as a foreign language is the most common test after IELTS and equally well accepted. It is offered by a United state-based company in contrast with IELTS which is offered by the University of Cambridge so you understand why most of your friends that intend to study in the united states prefer to write TOEFL. In addition, it contains materials with American English/accent rather than British or Australian English/accent and has more centres in the united states and worldwide.

It is a computer based academic test (this means it cannot be used as an evidence for the purpose of migration) It also has four sections; speaking, writing, reading and listening. It is a longer exam than the IELTS, about four hours. The speaking test section does not involve conversation with another human, rather your speech is recorded, and you are meant to explain your opinions, summarise and interpret information from other sources.

It is cheaper than IELTS and you can pay online with a debit or credit card except for some countries such as Benin, Cote d ivory, Ghana, Kenya, Nigeria and Togo where only visa cards are accepted.

How to commence your application?

To apply, you need to create a profile.

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After the last step, it logs you in to your home page. Click on register for a test.

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