Your composite (or overall) TOEFL score will range from 0 to 120 and is calculated by combining your scores on each of the four sections. The individual sections are graded separately with a range from 0 to 30 in the following areas: Reading, Listening, Speaking, and Writing.
TOEFL scores vary in importance at different schools. Other factors that schools consider include academics, work experience, letters of reference, and scores on other standardized tests (GMAT, SAT, etc.).
In September 2005, the Educational Testing Service (ETS) started to roll out a new TOEFL Internet-based Test (iBT). The new TOEFL test is delivered via the Internet. This allows ETS to capture speech and score responses in a standardized manner, and makes it possible to increase the number of testing centers to meet demand.
ETS has made several changes to the test with the goal of making the TOEFL a more accurate gauge of the English skills needed for academic success. The test material has a more integrated context and is designed to more closely mimic the academic environment.
For example, a test taker might read a passage of text and listen to a lecture, and then respond to it verbally or in writing.
Course Duration: The whole course duration is spread over a period of 30 credit hours offering flexible days and times to fit your schedule.
Course Fees: Most competitive in town with credit carry forward facility.