Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) is the test for people who speak English as their second language and are applying to a country for work or studies where the standard language of communication is English. This assessment was developed in the 1960s under the supervision of Stanford University and designed by the Educational Testing Service (ETS). More than 150 countries globally accept TOEFL Assessment, including the United States of America, Canada, New Zealand, and the United Kingdom, for their constituent universities and colleges.
The TOEFL Assessment contains four sections: Reading, Listening, Speaking, and Writing.
There are no strict central eligibility criteria for this assessment. Even a high school student can take this test and score according to their language proficiency. There is no age bar, but most of the students start taking the tests by the age of 18. Regarding education, people with English as their second language or below having any kind of educational background can apply for TOEFL exams. Although there are no heavy criteria but individual universities and institutions have their cut-offs and limits of minimum TOEFL scores.
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