TOEFL Test Preparation Centre
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TOEFL® Preparation Courses
We run TOEFL® iBT® preparation courses all year round. The complete curriculum lasts three months. Our ongoing registration process allows you to join either, morning class or evening class at any time. These courses help you to acquire the skills and strategies needed to successfully complete the TOEFL® iBT® exam. They also enable you to expand your vocabulary, learn test strategies and communicate your ideas, while enhancing writing and grammar skills. They focus on developing reading and listening skills. The fees and schedule for each class covering Toronto, Richmond Hill, Markham, Scarborough, Vaughan & Mississauga are as follow:
|Three Months|| $1100|
(13% HST applies)
North York Campus Schedule:
|Tueday||10:00 am – 1:00 pm||Thursday||10:00 am – 1:00 pm|
Please call our Toronto (North York) office at 416-227 1177 if you have any questions:
Register for the TOEFL® iBT
Online -Go to www.ets.org then select TOEFL.
- Register anytime — 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Spell your name exactly as it is spelled on the identification you will bring on test day. If you are a Canadian citizen, you must bring your passport.
What to Bring on Test Day
You must bring valid identification and your registration number on test day. You cannot take the test without them.
1.Valid ID with your name, signature and photograph must have:
- the same name you used when you registered
- your entire first/given name and entire last/family name
- a clear, recent photo
Changes will not be made unless your name is misspelled. Expired documents and copies are not accepted.
Your registration number — You will get this number when you register. Log in to your online profile, print your registration confirmation with the number on it and bring it to the test center. IMPORTANT: On the day before the test, check your profile again to see if any changes were made, such as the testing location or starting time.
Valid IDs for testing in your country of citizenship. You must bring one of these:
- Passport or driver's license with name, photo and signature
- State ID issued by the motor vehicle agency with name, photo and signature
- Military ID with name, photo and signature
Valid IDs for testing outside your country of citizenship. You must bring one of these:
- Passport with name, photo and signature
- U.S. Military ID card with name, photo and signature
If your ID does not contain your signature, you must present an additional document from the list of supplemental identification documents that does contain your signature.
- All passports and other IDs must be in English-language letters and have your signature.
- Please arrive at least 30 minutes early. If you are late, you may not get in and could lose your test fee.
What to Expect on Test Day
The following information will help you understand test center guidelines, policies and procedures.
- Test center administrators cannot make schedule changes.
- Friends or relatives are not allowed in the test center during the test.
- You should dress comfortably for any room temperature.
- You are required to write (not print) and sign a confidentiality statement at the test center. You cannot test without it. Your fees will NOT be refunded.
- Your picture will be taken and placed at your assigned station and on your score report.
- Scratch paper is provided and must be returned at the end of the session.
- Raise your hand if you need assistance or have a problem with your computer.
- Testing premises are subject to videotaping.
- Admittance to the test center does not mean that your ID is valid or that your scores will be reported.
- All cases of questionable ID are subject to review and approval by the ETS Office of Testing Integrity.
Identification documents are the only personal items allowed in the testing room. You cannot bring cell phones, PDAs, BlackBerry® devices or any other electronic or photographic equipment.
- You will receive instructions on where to put personal items.
- If you bring them into the testing room, they will be collected by test center staff.
- If you do not follow directions, you cannot take the test.
Any violation of this procedure may result in cancellation of your scores, dismissal by test center staff or banning from future testing. Test centers and ETS assume no responsibility for personal items or devices that you bring into the center.
The test administrator will assign you a seat.
- The TOEFL® iBT takes about 4½ hours.
- You may pace yourself with your own watch, but the computer is the official timekeeper.
- Alarms on watches or other devices are not permitted.
- You will not be permitted to test beyond the time limit.
Taking a Break, Leaving Your Seat
- There is a mandatory 10-minute break midway through the test.
- If you take more than 10 minutes, you may be dismissed or your score may be canceled.
- Raise your hand if you need to leave your seat for any reason.
- If you must leave the room, you must show the administrator your identification document(s) before you leave and when you return.
- You cannot use your cell phone during the test or during breaks.
There is no passing or failing score; score requirements are established by individual institutions or agencies. TOEFL® iBT scores are valid for 2 years after the test date.
TOEFL iBT Score Scales
|Speaking||0-4 points converted to 0-30 score scale||Weak (0-9)|
|Writing||0-5 points converted to 0-30 score scale||Limited (1-16)|
The Reading and Listening sections are scored by a computer.
- Each of 6 tasks is rated from 0 to 4. The average is converted to a scaled score of 0 to 30.
- ETS-certified test scorers rate responses and evaluate how well you develop your topic and deliver your message in English.
- 2 tasks are rated from 0 to 5. The average is converted to a scaled score of 0 to 30.
- ETS-certified experts score responses by:
- evaluating the integrated writing task for development, organization, grammar, vocabulary, accuracy and completeness
- rating the independent writing essay on overall writing quality, including development, organization, grammar and vocabulary.
TOEFL® iBT FAQ
Online registration is the easiest method. Registration is available 3-4 months before the test date. Register early as seats fill up quickly. You can also register by mail or by phone.
Visit www.ets.org and select FutureSkills High School location.
Scores and Score Reports
Scores are posted online 15 business days after the test date, then mailed to you and the institutions you selected.
Included with your registration fees are:
- 1 printed and 1 online score report for you
- up to 4 official score reports that ETS will send directly to the institutions or agencies you select when you register
ETS will report scores for 2 years after the test date.
The test is given in English, has 4 sections on reading, listening, speaking and writing and takes about 4½ hours.
|Section||Time Limit||No. of Questions|
|Speaking||20 minutes||6 tasks|
|Writing||50 minutes||2 tasks|
The TOEFL iBT measures skills in reading, listening, speaking and writing, and requires you to combine 2 or more of these skills to respond to a question. For example, you might read a passage or listen to a lecture in English, and then write or speak your answers in English. See TOEFL iBT Tips (PDF) for more information on test content.
New Sample Test Questions
You can also review sample test questions to become more familiar with how the TOEFL iBT is structured and formatted and what type of content it contains.
- You will be able to review examples of conversations, lectures, reading passages, writing samples, spoken responses and more.
- You will also be able to answer questions and check your answers.
- You will not receive a score on these sample sections.
Structure of the TOEFL iBT
For more information contact our office.
|Section||Description||Testing Time||Questions||Score Scale|
|Reading||3-5 passages from academic texts; approximately 700 words long; 12-14 questions per passage.||60-100 minutes||36-70 questions||0-30|
|Listening||4-6 lectures, some with classroom discussion; each 3-5 minutes long; 6 questions each. 2-3 conversations; each 3 minutes long; 5 questions each.||60-90 minutes||34-51 questions||0-30|
|Speaking||2 tasks to express an opinion on a familiar topic; 4 tasks to speak based on what is read and listened to.||20 minutes||6 tasks||0-4 points converted to 0-30 score scale|
|Writing||1 task to write based on what is read and listened to; 1 task to support an opinion on a topic.||50 minutes||2 tasks||0-5 points converted to 0-30 score scale|