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Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL Coaching in Chennai)


TOEFL or the Test of English as a Foreign Language, assesses the non-native speakers’ potential to use and comprehend North American English the way it is written, spoken, heard, and comprehended in colleges and university contexts.

Scores by students from THE IMMACULATE (Best TOEFL Institute in Chennai):- Students who enrolled with THE IMMACULATE have scored 118, 117, etc.

Reading Section

The TOEFL IBT reading section assesses the student’s ability to comprehend academic texts.

The Reading Test usually consists of two reading passages, followed by a set of 10 questions for each passage.

The estimated duration of this section is 35 minutes.

Listening Section

The TOEFL iBT listening section assesses your ability to understand spoken dialogues and decipher academic speech.

This section consists of 3 lectures and 2 Conversation.
a. 3 Lectures with 6 questions each
b. 2 conversation with 5 question each

The estimated duration of this section is 36 minutes.

Speaking Section

The TOEFL iBT speaking section assesses your ability to communicate effectively in a variety of situations.

This section has 4 Task
a. 1 independent Task about opinion on a familiar topics
b. 3 integrated task based on what is read or heard

Each task had 30 seconds to prepare the response and upto 1 minutes to respond.

The estimated duration is 16 minutes.

Writing Section

The TOEFL iBT writing section assesses your ability to construct clear and meaningful sentences.

There are 2 task
a. Integrated task for 20 minutes based on what is read and heard.
b. One 10-minute essay based on a statement or/and supporting and opinion.

The estimated duration is 29 minutes.

TOEFL Eligibility Criteria

A pass in 10 +2 level from any recognised Indian Board or University is usually sufficient to take the TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) test.

The test is for those candidates in high school and higher secondary school.

The Merits Of Taking The Toefl Exam?

If students appear for the TOEFL more than one time they may share the highest score among all.

TOEFL is accepted by over 10,000 colleges, universities, and institutions in over 130 countries.

Candidates may retake the TOEFL exam any number of times to get their desired scores.

One of the world’s most widely used language proficiency tests.

Validity of TOEFL scores - two years.

What is the current structure of the TOEFL test?

Your TOEFL IBT exam is graded out of 120 points, with each section receiving equal score of 0 - 30.

The duration of the paper is 2 hours.

Where can TOEFL scores be used?

TOEFL iBT scores are accepted by 11,000 universities around the globe, and higher education institutes in more than 150 countries, including Australia, New Zealand, the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, and countries throughout Europe and Asia.

In the United States, TOEFL is the most accepted test by the universities

The TOEFL test is preferred by 9 out of 10 universities in the United States over other English-language tests.

Further, the universities in the United States accept and receive more TOEFL scores than all other English-language tests combined.

In Canada, yes it is common too

More than 80% of graduate accreditation agencies prefer the TOEFL test over other English-language tests.

TOEFL scores are received by Canadian universities in greater numbers than all other English-language tests combined.

Australia and New Zealand accept it wholeheartedly

TOEFL IBT scores are accepted by all Australian and New Zealand universities, as well as for all Australian and New Zealand multiculturalism.

How much does the TOEFL iBT examination cost?

The test fee is around USD $200. This includes your registration fee, score report, and the four score reports sent to institutions of your choice. Late registration, rescheduling, and cancelling a test all incur additional fees.

The 7 TOEFL Listening Question Types


Questions about Specifics

Attitude Inference Questions

Function Concerns

Questions about the Gist of the Content

Questions with a Purpose

Content-Related Questions

Connecting content Questions

Reading Types of questions


Inference Question

Vocabulary Question

Reference Question

Purpose Question

Detail (Factual Information)


Negative Factual

Information Question

Essential Information (Sentence Simplification) Question

Sentence Insertion (Insert Text) Question

Complete the Summary (Prose Summary) Question

Complete the Table (Fill in a Table) Question

Speaking Types of Questions


Agree or Disagree


If / Imaginary

Three Choices

Description or Explanation

Advantage and Disadvantage

Speaking Types of Questions


Integrated essay

Independent essay