Your filled-in form with payment must be received at the office at least four weeks before your test date
Admit Card is mandatory to be carried to the exam centre. Download it from the official website and carry a hard copy of the same to the exam centre.
Candidates can check out the updated TOEFL Exam Pattern below.
30 – 40
3 or 4 Comprehension passages followed by questions
28 - 38
Listening to lectures, conversations, classroom discussions followed by answering questions based on the same
Break: 10 minutes
Candidates need to express their view / opinion / suggestion on a familiar topic and speak based on reading and listening tasks
Writing essay responses based on reading and listening tasks, along with supporting the opinion
Read 3-5 Comprehension passages and answer 12-14 questions on each passage
3–4 passages, 10 questions each
Total no. of questions - nearly 40
Total time: 54-72 minutes
This section comprises listening to short conversations as well as long conversations. After the short conversation, candidate will be asked one question and multiple choices of answers will be given. Candidate will have to choose one answer. In long conversations, candidate will be asked multiple questions based on the conversation.
Question type: a) 3–4 lectures (3-5 minutes long, about 500-800 words), 6 questions each; About 30
questions in total
b) 2–3 conversations (about 3 minutes long, about 12-25 exchanges), 5 questions each; About 12 questions in total
Total no. of 40+
Total time: 41–57 minutes
For Candidates to earn the highest scores in the Speaking Section, the responses must be very accurate and clear. The test graders expect a highly intelligible and sustained conversation.
Candidates need to write an essay on a topic in a well-structured manner using relevant explanations and details in support of their vuew and argument. The essay should be syntactically and grammatically correct . The usage of words should be appropriate and linguistically sound.
Writing Questions Covered in TOEFL Syllabus:
a) 1 integrated task – Read/Listen/Write (20 minutes)