TOEFL is an international exam of the perception and use of the English language for introduction to English speaking universities at a Master or Postgraduate level.
They are computer-based and include:
The TOEFL iBT (Internet Based Test) takes about 4½ hours and examines Reading, Listening, Speaking, and Writing. The exam is done by computer 30-40 times a year in testing centers all over the world.
TOEFL iBT Test has a new way of examining Speaking, which includes independent and integrated queries. (The examiner is allowed to take notes throughout the examination).
The Listening exam includes questions that examine the understanding of behavior, the degree of certainty, and the purpose of the oral texts.
Reading includes questions that ask examiners to categorize information and fill in a chart or summary. Finally, the Report requires typing on the computer. There is an independent as well as an integrated theme. However, grammar is considered only indirectly in the questions and exercises in each individual section of the overall examination.