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The TOEFL iBT measures how well you read, listen, speak and write in English and use these skills together in the university classroom. For example, you might read a passage or listen to a lecture, and then write or speak about what you learned.

The test is given in English, has 4 sections on reading, listening, speaking and writing and takes about 4½ hours.


   Time Limit   

   No. of Questions  


 60-100 minutes



   60-90 minutes



        10 minutes


        20 minutes

6 tasks


        50 minutes

2 tasks

 5F, 130 Ji-He Rd. Taipei, Taiwan 111   Please check-in at room 514


  • You can select up to 4 institutions or agencies as score recipients when you register or you can make your selections or change them online until 10 p.m. (local test center time) on the day before the test. If you select your institutions after the 10 p.m. deadline, you will be charged a fee of US$17 for each score report.
  • To select or change your score recipients, https://toefl-registration.ets.org/TOEFLWeb/extISERLogonPrompt.do
    and click "View Order(s)" on your home page.
  • Scores are mailed approximately 15 business days after your test date. Allow 7-10 days for delivery in the U.S. and more time for other areas.

    Note :  Scores are valid for only 2 years.


    Asked Questions:
  • Phone::1-609-771-7100
  • E-mail:toefl@ets.org


You may be dismissed from a test session and/or your scores may be canceled for:

  • taking the test for someone else or having someone take the test for you
  • failing to provide valid identification
  • obtaining improper access to the test or information about the test
  • using or having a telephone or cell phone during the test or during breaks
  • using mechanical pencils, pens, pagers, beepers, calculators, watch calculators, books, pamphlets, notes, rulers, highlighter pens, stereos or radios with headphones, watch alarms, stop watches, dictionaries, translators, PDAs, BlackBerry devices, and any hand-held electronic or photographic devices. The test administrator can decide what constitutes disruptive behavior.
  • attempting to give or receive assistance. Communication in any form is not permitted.
  • removing or attempting to remove any test content, scratch paper, or notes relating to the test
  • referring to, looking through, or working on any test, or test section, when not authorized to do so, or after time has been called
  • tampering with the computer
  • leaving the test room or test center vicinity without permission during the test or during breaks
  • taking a weapon or firearm into the test center
  • taking food, drink or tobacco into the testing room
  • taking excessive or extended unscheduled breaks
  • failing to follow regulations specified by the test administrator, in any test materials or on this website




by Dr. Radut.