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About TOEFL.

TOEFL stands for Test of English as a Foreign Language, which is a standardized test used to evaluate the English language proficiency of non-native English speakers. The test is designed to measure an individual's ability to understand and use English in an academic setting.

TOEFL is accepted by more than 11,000 universities and institutions in over 150 countries worldwide, making it one of the most widely accepted English language proficiency tests. It is administered by the Educational Testing Service (ETS) and is available in both paper-based and internet-based formats.

The test is divided into four sections: reading, listening, speaking, and writing. The reading section evaluates the ability to understand written English, the listening section evaluates the ability to understand spoken English, the speaking section evaluates the ability to communicate verbally in English, and the writing section evaluates the ability to express oneself in written English.

TOEFL scores range from 0 to 120, with a score of 100 or above typically required for admission to universities in English-speaking countries. However, the score requirement varies by institution and program.

TOEFL is designed to assess the language skills required for academic studies, making it an important tool for non-native English speakers who wish to pursue higher education or professional opportunities in English-speaking countries.

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