The TOEFL is a test that assesses the English language abilities of those who do not speak English as their first language.

Your TOEFL score will be required if you desire to pursue university courses or job in the United States.

In reality, the TOEFL scores are used by the majority of schools and institutions in the United States and English-speaking Canada for admitting international students.

Furthermore, TOEFL is used by a lot of significant multinational firms when hiring personnel who do not speak English as their first language.

The American examinations, unlike the Cambridge exams, are "thermometer" assessments that rapidly assess your English proficiency.

To pass the TOEFL, you do not need to meet any prerequisites.

A time of preparation, on the other hand, may be beneficial or even necessary in order to achieve a decent TOEFL score.

The TOEFL is a multiple-choice test that is offered in Europe via computer (Computer-Based Test: CBT) and on paper (Paper-Based Test).

The TOEFL CBT takes about four and a half hours to complete.

The Paper-Based Test takes around three and a half hours to complete.