Many of the top business schools worldwide do not only require TOEFL scores but require high scores. Business schools value competence in English and they require that in their students. If MBA is ever in your future, you will probably have to submit a TOEFL score and it will never be too early to start studying, especially when you know their requirements are high.
If you have ever research about standardized tests for non-English speakers, you would have come across both the TOEFL and the IELTS. The TOEFL is short for Test of English as a Foreign Language, and the IELTS is short for International English Language Testing System. They are both widely accepted tests to certify your level of English proficiency. Some specific English-speaking countries prefer one test over another, but generally, they can both be accepted almost anywhere. If they are so similar to each other, which test should you take? That depends on what your strong suit is and what your program requires.
The TOEFL home edition allows you to take TOEFL at home. Are you planning on taking TOEFL at home? In this article, you'll learn if you qualify for the home edition.
There are several requirements you must meet if you are planning to take the home edition.
This short guide will help you figure out what TOEFL scores are good scores for various colleges and universities. We will also list out various colleges and university TOEFL requirements in the US and the UK.
As the TOEFL being the test for non-English speaking students, we understand that many of the test takers are not in the US and also not taking the test in the US. That is why we would like to talk about the test taking process in other countries. And in this blog post, we will talk about India in particular.