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CBT TOEFL Test Summary


Test Summary
Registration
Section review
Score
Test preparation

CBT TOEFL was introduced in 2001 in an attempt to bring the element of adaptively into the test. It was also believed that computer-based testing will make taking the TOEFL more convenient (with permanent testing centers, easier test registration, and the possibility to preview the results after the test). Essentially, the CBT TOEFL measures the same English language skills as the paper-based test (listening, grammar, reading writing). The difference is in methodology and format. First, the CBT TOEFL is a computer-adaptive test which mean that the score is determined not by the number of correct and incorrect answers (as in paper-based test), but by the level of difficulty of the questions asked. In terms of format, the CBT TOEFL made the writing section a compulsory element of the test and introduced a number of new question types in the listening, grammar and reading sections.

Tutorials (required)
No timing

Listening Comprehension
Time: 40-60 minutes
Format: 30-49 questions
Topics tested: Spoken English
Problem types: audio dialogues, short conversations, talks and mini-lectures accompanied by illustrations and followed by questions
Computer-adaptive: yes

Structure
Time: 15-20 minutes
Format: 20-25 questions
Topics tested: Standard written English (grammar and structure)
Problem types: sentence completion and error identification
Computer-adaptive: yes

Reading Comprehension
Time: 70-90 minutes
Format: 44-55 questions
Topics tested: Reading comprehension and vocabulary
Problem types: Reading passages followed by a series of questions
Computer-adaptive: no

Writing
Time: 30 minutes
Format: one essay
Topics tested: General writing, argument development and presentation
Problem type: an essay topic (no specific subject area knowledge required to write the essay)

For more information visit the official TOEFL web-site at www.toefl.org or refer to the TOEFL Information Bulletin.
 

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