About the TOEFL iBT® Test The TOEFL iBT test measures your ability to use and understand the English language as it is read, heard, spoken, and written in the university classroom. As the most accepted English-language test in the world, more than 8,000 universities, agencies, and other institutions in more than 130 countries accept TOEFL scores as part of their admissions criteria. In order for the TOEFL iBT test to measure how well you read, listen, speak, and write in English, and how well you use these skills together, you will be asked to integrate these skills. For example, you may read a passage or listen to a lecture, and then write or speak about what you learned.
Some of the abilites you will have to improve to get a good score in your Toefl IBT are…
This section measures your ability to understand academic passages in English. You can skip questions and go back to them later as long as there is time remaining.
This section mesures your ability to understand conversations and lectures in English.
This section mesures your ability to speak about a variety of topics.
This section measures your ability to use writing to communicate in an academic environment.