Examen Gratuito de TOEFL Practice. Lauge in Denmark I am studying a master in political science at the University of Copenhagen while working as a assistant researcher at the Center for Youth Studies.
I will listen to music and podcast back and forth from school in Copenhagen. I was positively surprised that the TOEFL test did not only test grammar, vocabulary and other "hard" linguistic competencies. Also it tested my ability to read a social situation in or outside class through realistic dialogues. This is probably the closest one can get to testing one's real English competencies without having a one-to-one real life examination and conversation. Elisabet in Brazil I'm currently studying Achitecture and urbanism at the University of So Paulo. Bruna in Brazil I am a graduate, looking for a job on Industrial Design. Markus in Finland Currently, I am a student of international politics working part-time as a sales person. Jenny in Israel I would use the iPod during my long travels to work and back. More power TestDEN! TOEFL Practice Online.
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See also: Free TOEFL Practice. The Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) measures the ability of non-native speakers of English to use and understand North American English as it is spoken, written and heard in college and university settings.
You have 20 minutes to do 20 questions. When you have completed the test you will get a score and you can review your answer to each question. Most people who take the TOEFL test are planning to study at colleges and universities where instruction is in English. In addition, many government agencies, scholarship programs, and licensing/certification agencies use TOEFL scores to evaluate English proficiency. The TOEFL® Internet-based test has four sections.
Reading Three to five academic reading passages followed by comprehension questions Listening Two conversations that include two or more speakers in each Four lectures, which include classroom dialogue Speaking 6 questions, where you have to speak about something you have heard or read. More English practice.