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Choose The Best TOEFL Test Preparation Institute In Delhi

by Kavya Tripathi Education Overseas Consultant

The TOEFL is used to evaluate the ability to speak English. Your TOEFL score will help admissions staff determine if your skills in English are sufficient for the program you have chosen. It is widely accepted all over the world and is administered in more than 180 countries. Students can use the test to study in the United Kingdom and other European countries, Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, Ireland, Germany, and Malaysia, in addition to the United States and Canada.

 

The TOEFL is a computer-based test and takes up to four hours to complete, it analyses four skills- Reading, Listening, Speaking and Writing. The TOEFL is scored out of 120, with each section graded on a scale of 0-30. Each score corresponds to a percentile ranking.

 

Reading

 

The Reading section includes 3 to 5 passages with 12 to 14 questions for each passage. You will have about 60 to 100 minutes to answer and complete this section. The Reading questions cover basic information skills, inferencing skills and reading to learn skills. There are 10 question types.

   

 Factual information questions

 Negative factual information questions

 Inference questions

 Rhetorical purpose questions

 Vocabulary questions

 Reference questions

 Sentence simplification questions

 Insert text question

 Prose summary

 Fill in a table

 

 Listening

 

The Listening section will have 4 to 6 lectures and 2 to 3 conversations. Six questions will be answered per lesson and five questions per discussion. You will have a total of 60 to 90 minutes to answer the questions. The question types on the listening section are

 

Multiple- choice questions with more than one answer


Questions you need to put occurrences or steps in the order in a system


Questions requiring you to match items or text in a table with classifications

 

One of the questions that follow lectures and conversations will be a replay question. In replay questions, a portion of the lecture or conversation will be played again, you will then be asked a multiple-choice question about what you have just heard

 

Speaking

 

The Speaking section evaluates the English speaking proficiency of students whose native language is not English. Like all the other sections, the speaking section is computer-based. You will be asked to speak on a variety of topics ranging from personal experience, campus-based situations and academic type of content material. This section takes approximately 20 minutes, response time for each question ranges from 45 to 60 seconds. There are 6 types of questions for this section


The first two questions are Independent tasks- These tasks require you to draw upon your own ideas, suggestions, and experiences while you respond


The other four questions are Integrated tasks- These tasks will require you to pay careful attention to a conversation or to an excerpt from a lecture, or read a passage and then listen to a brief discussion or lecture before you are presented with the question

 

Writing

 

The Writing section has two writing tasks: an Integrated Writing Task and an Independent Writing Task that lasts for a total duration of 50 minutes. You will be marked on your essays on how well you address the task at hand, how well organized your tasks are coupled with appropriate and detailed explanations

 

Integrated Writing- This task requires you to read a passage on a given topic for 3 minutes and then listen to a lecture on the same. You will then be asked to summarize the points in the listening passage and explain how it relates to specific points in the reading passage or how it casts doubt on points made in the reading passage. You will have 20 minutes to plan and write a response, with a word count of 150- 225 words.

 

Integrated Writing- This task requires you to read a passage on a given topic for 3 minutes and then listen to a lecture on the same. You will then be asked to summarize the points in the listening passage and explain how it relates to specific points in the reading passage or how it casts doubt on points made in the reading passage. You will have 20 minutes to plan and write a response, with a word count of 150- 225 words.

 

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We at Transglobal Overseas Education Consultants streamline and personalize the process for each student irrespective of the destination, institution, course or any level of study. Our team of experienced professionals will provide you individual attention and exceptional guidance throughout your process of application. We provide assistance related to Free counseling, course selections, admission guidance, visa process, bank-loan and scholarships. We also host University delegates for direct student interaction and all these services are provided free of cost. We have established since 2010 and have been maintaining strong networks with over 200 universities in 10 countries, hence giving us a unique insight into the finest educational establishments worldwide.

 

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Do visit your nearest Transglobal Overseas Consultants branch & choose your university carefully under our expert guidance and ensure that you have all your paperwork in order. Once you apply, and the wait is over, you can really begin to look forward to not only studying in a beautiful and vibrant country but also to a life experience quite like no other.

 

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About Kavya Tripathi Advanced   Education Overseas Consultant

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