TOEFL iBT for Higher Education in Canada
International Students looking to apply for higher education in Canada and whose first language is not English require score in English. If you are international students TOEFL Score can prove helpful when writing application. TOEFL is Internet Based Test. You will need to write TOEFL iBT. Here given details.
TOEFL iBT Test Structure, No. of Questions and Time allowed
TOEFL has 4 sections: Reading, Listening, Writing and Speaking. Following given TOEFL test structure
- Time allowed: 60 – 80 Minutes
- No. of Questions: 36 – 56
- Tasks: Read 3 or 4 passages from academic texts and answer questions.
Break 10 minutes
- Time allowed: 60 – 90 minutes
- No. of questions: 60 – 90
- Tasks: Listen to lectures, classroom discussions and conversations, then answer questions.
- Time allowed: 20 minutes
- No. of questions: 6 Tasks
- Tasks: Express an opinion on a familiar topic; speak based on reading and listening tasks.
- Time allowed: 50 minutes
- No. of questions: 6 tasks
- Tasks: Write essay responses based on reading and listening tasks; support an opinion in writing.
- In reading and and listening section you may be asked to answer few questions. These won’t count towards your TOEFL Score
TOEFL iBT Score
ETS publishes TOEFL Score 10 days after the test date. You will receive 4 scaled section scores and a total score:
Total Score (0–120)
- Reading Section (Score of: 0–30)
- Listening Section (Score of: 0–30)
- Speaking Section (Score of: 0–30)
- Writing Section (Score of: 0–30)
*** You can view your score from official website of TOEFL
*** You can print your TOEFL Score 13 days after the test date.
*** The ETS send your TOEFL Score to institutions you selected after 13 days from test date.