Historically, the CBT and the PBT versions of the TOEFL would test English language skills by evaluating a person's reading, writing, and listening. Until the paper-based version is totally phased out, the TOEFL test will continue to evaluate your proficiency in this manner. However, the TOEFL iBT test has a new format that emphasizes your ability in reading, writing, listening, and speaking. During the test, you may be asked to read text and listen to a lesson, and then write or speak your response.


The TOEFL iBT® test, delivered via the Internet, is an important part of your journey to study in an English-speaking country. In addition to the test, the ETS TOEFL Program provides tools and guides to help you prepare for the test and improve your English-language skills.

Who is it for?:

The Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) measures the ability of non-native speakers of English to use and understand North American English as it is spoken, written and heard in college and university settings. Most people who take the TOEFL test are planning to study at colleges and universities where instruction is in English. In addition, many government agencies, scholarship programs, and licensing/certification agencies use TOEFL scores to evaluate English proficiency.

Versions of the TOEFL test

  1. TOEFL Handbook
  2. paper-based test (PBT)
  3. next generation computer-based test (iBT)

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