What is TOEFL

                                      TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language)

The TOEFL is a test applied to foreigners to test how well a person understands English at an academic level. In order to study in English-speaking countries and English-language colleges and universities, it is necessary to collect the required score from the TOEFL exams. Most US, Canadian and Turkish educational institutions require the TOEFL. The TOEFL consists of 4 sections (reading, writing, speaking and listening) like IELTS. The duration of the exam is 4 hours. During these four hours, you will be tested in 4 different ways according to the sections.

In the TOEFL, unlike IELTS, the score is between 0-120 points (0-30 at each stage). The required TOEFL score may vary by university or even specialty. Your minimum TOEFL score must be 80 to study at any university in the United States. Some universities require a minimum of 20 points per test (reading, listening, speaking, writing). In Turkey, if you want to study in English, you must score at least 75 points.

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