TOEFL is a test that evaluates the ability of the examiners’ English language in
In 1962, a member committee was created to help non-English students to study in
the United States. During the period from 1963 to 1964, the committee made a proposal for the organization and management of the TOEFL exam. The content of
the TOEFL was originally developed by Charles Ferguson, a professor of linguistics at Stanford University. In 1965, the ETS and the College Board undertook the TOEFL examination. According to estimates, up to now 20 million people have taken part in the TOEFL exam. It is important to pass the TOEFL exams to study in the US and other English-speaking countries.
TOEFL Exam consists of 3 sections.
The reading section of the exam consists of 3-5 articles. The student should answer
the main idea of the subject given in articles, vocabulary and sentences, and finally
questions about common ideas.
Each conversation is only available once. While listening, he can take notes for
himself and use those notes while answering. After each interview, the student
answers 5 or 6 questions that he / she is listening to.