Why TOEFL is the best English Language Test - 5 Compelling Reasons

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why_toefl_popular_study_abroad_english_language_testPlanning to study abroad? Chances are that the university you choose, asks for a TOEFL score! Image courtesy: www.facebook.com/TOEFLIndia


If you are planning to study abroad or apply for a student/ work visa, chances are that you will need a Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) score. We present 5 facts about TOEFL that you must know if you're considering to take this test.

Fact #1

TOEFL® is the most accepted English-language test in the world

TOEFL is accepted at more than 9,000 universities, agencies & other institutions in 130+ countries, including almost all the top universities in the U.S., UK, & Australia.  
 

Fact #2

TOEFL® is the most convenient exam for test-takers globally

TOEFL has 4,500 test centres spread across 165 countries - almost 9 times more than any other test. India has TOEFL test centres in 59 cities. The entire test is over in just half a day, while others take 2 days.


Fact #3

TOEFL® is the most popular test among universities

Among 263 US universities' admissions officers surveyed, 4 out of 5 expressed a preference for TOEFL over IELTS.


Fact #4

TOEFL® is the most fair & accurate test

TOEFL tests are evaluated by both human raters (trained & certified by ETS) and automated scoring methods to ensure fair & accurate assessment.


Fact #5

A chance to win the TOEFL® Scholarship Program in India

You will be eligible to apply for the 15 TOEFL scholarships on offer (worth US $7,000) to study at any of the 9,000 universities that accept TOEFL scores.


These 5 compelling facts are the reason why more than 3 crore people have trusted to write the TOEFL to get into their dream universities or pursue a career in their dream destination.

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About Ashwed Patil

Ashwed is a prospective MS student with interests in Computer Science, Content Writing and Geography. He has secured 8 admissions out of 10 U.S. universities he has applied to. His experience with the arduous MS application process motivated him to guide fellow applicants through online articles and blogs. He has also been deeply involved in teaching underprivileged kids in his hometown, Nasik. An interesting fact about Ashwed - he likes to make imaginary countries out of someone’s personality traits!
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