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About the TOEFL
The Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) tests your ability to understand Standard North American English. The TOEFL is written and administered by the Educational Testing Service (ETS) and used by North American colleges and graduate schools to evaluate the level of English-language proficiency of international student applicants.
Required TOEFL scores vary between schools, so check with the schools you're considering to attend beforehand.
In July of 1998, the TOEFL converted to a computer format in most, but not all, areas of the world. There are four sections to the test - Listening Comprehension, Structure and Written Expression, and Reading Comprehension, and a required essay (which can be typed or handwritten).

TOEFL Registration and Test Dates
Registration: Since the TOEFL exam is still given in both formats - CBT (computer-based TOEFL) and pencil-and-paper - it's suggested that you obtain a copy of the TOEFL Information Bulletin for Computer-Based Testing before you register.
The Bulletin contains information about scheduling an appointment for the test, test center information, identification requirements, information about scores, and more. You can obtain a mailed copy online (copies are mailed from the United States, so allow up to 8 weeks for delivery to an address outside the USA) or downloading a copy from http://www.ets.org/.

Practice the TOEFL Online
Take one of the best TOEFL tests available online today at GetToefl.com. They have an online test specifically designed with one goal in mind - for you to pass your TOEFL test first time. Visit their site today and take time to practice!


TOEFL Top Test-Taking Tips
• Review key concepts. Do not frantically try to memorize new material.
• Know the exam location precisely - how long it takes to get there, where to park, the building and room, where you can eat during the break and assure returning in time, etc. A late arrival can lead to panic and unnerve you for a portion of the test.
• Try to relax the evening before the test. Attempting to learn anything new may end up confusing what you already know. If you feel it necessary to study, make this a light review.
• Get a good night's rest.
• Wake up early enough that you don’t have to rush, have time to eat breakfast, and can get to the test center a few minutes early.
• Wear whatever you feel most comfortable studying or testing in. Layers are a good idea - you never know how hot or cold the room might be.
• Finally, do the best you can, keeping in mind that acceptance into a North American school depends on other factors in addition to your TOEFL score. You want to put together the best package deal as possible.

Since 1964 nearly 20 million students have taken the TOEFL test in more than 165 countries. Over 4,500 institutions worldwide use scores from TOEFL tests.

In September 2005, the next generation of the TOEFL will be introduced (http://www.ets.org/news/03022501.html)


TOEFL and TSE Representatives in Pakistan
World Educational Services (WES)
Suite 203 Kassam Court
Block-5 Clifton
Karachi-75600, Pakistan
Phone:+92-21-5868218
Email: wes@cyber.net.pk

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