Jan
12

Do You Know About “Toe-full”?

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Have you ever heard of TOEFL? Pronounced “toe-full”, TOEFL is the acronym for “Test of English as a Foreign Language.” If English is not your native language and you are planning to attend school in the U.S., it’s important that you know about TOEFL. It is frequently required for admission into American institutes of higher education, and is, in fact, a requirement for entrance into IMTC for non-native English speakers.

Here’s what you need to know about TOEFL

  • TOEFL is a test that measures a student’s ability to understand and use the English language in a classroom environment.
  • The test is administered worldwide by Educational Testing Services (ETS).
  • The exam is Internet-based (iBT), though paper-based tests (PBT) are used in some remote areas. IMTC requires that non-native English speaking students take the Internet-based (iBT) version.
  • The test cannot be taken more than once a week.

The test consists of four sections

  • Reading
  • Listening
  • Speaking
  • Writing

How to register for the test

  1. Download a copy of the TOEFL Information Bulletin from the TOELF website. http://www.ets.org/toefl/ibt/about/bulletin/
  2. Consult the bulletin to determine the closest testing location and when the test will be given.
  3. Carefully follow the instructions for completing and submitting the registration form as outlined in the TOEFL Information Bulletin.

If you are required to take TOELF for admittance into IMTC, register for the test as early as possible. This will help you avoid delays in the admittance process and allow you to begin your Internet marketing training as soon as you are ready.

To download a free career brochure, go to  http://imtcva.org/.

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