If you have any questions about TOEFL, you can contact the English advisory team.
Alternately, you can attend one of our English advice sessions - the current times can be found here.
PREPARE FOR TOEFL WITH A LANGUAGE COURSE
Maybe you have to achieve a particular score in the TOEFL iBT or prove you have a particular level but do not yet have that level of competence.
Our Advanced English for Academic Purposes C 1.1 course will help you to improve your language skills and acquire the academic English you need for TOEFL.
Test dates and registration
To register for the test dates listed below, go to the official TOEFL website
The test costs US$ 245.00. Payment must be made via the TOEFL website.
The next test dates at the FZHB are:
- March 16, 2019
- April 6, 2019
- April 13, 2019
- May 11, 2019
- June 1, 2019
- June 15, 2019
- July 13, 2019
- July 27, 2019
- August 10, 2019
- August 24, 2019
- September 7, 2019
- September 28, 2019
- October 19,2019
- November 23, 2019
- December 14, 2019
You may take the TOEFL iBT(r) test as often as you want, the only stipulation is that the tests must be at least 12 days apart.
You will receive the result of the TOEF iBT approx. 2 weeks after the test date.
Structure of the TOEFL iBT test
The TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) Test is a standardised test and a pre-admission requirement to study at many universities in the USA and worldwide. Generally, students require between 213 and 250 points (iBT, computer based) or 550-600 points (paper-based, currently being phased out). However, requirements vary, and you must check this directly with your intended university overseas.
In its current form (iBT) the test has four parts:
- Reading Comprehension
- Listening Comprehension
- Written Expression
Grammar is tested in all four parts. Most of the questions are multiple choice. The test takes around 3 hours to complete.
Validity of certificate
Certificates are valid for up to two years after the date of the test.