The TOEFL Go app comes with full TOEFL iBT mock tests, additional practise sets for all four parts, automated scoring driven by artificial intelligence (AI), and more.
In order to help test takers get ready for the new, more condensed version of the exam, the Educational Testing Service (ETS), which administers the English proficiency examination Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL), has released an app.
The TOEFL Go app has all four TOEFL iBT mock examinations in full, supplementary practise sets for all four sections, automatic scoring driven by artificial intelligence (AI), section-specific performance feedback, customised feedback, and speaking and writing response benchmarks.
The app will work on desktop and mobile computers. To ensure that test takers have the best possible experience, ETS, which administers the TOEFL and Graduate Record Examinations (GRE), announced a number of adjustments to the English proficiency test last month. The modifications were effective today, July 26.
More than 12,000 institutions across 160 nations take into account TOEFL results, which are universally accepted in well-known countries including the United States, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand as well as by more than 98% of universities in the United Kingdom.
Instead of taking three hours to complete, the TOEFL will now take less than two hours, and after finishing the test, candidates will be able to know when their official score will be released.
The TOEFL exam, one of the most significant entry requirements, must be passed by students who want to pursue an education overseas. An English proficiency test called the TOEFL is required for admission to institutions outside of India. The test is intended to measure non-native English speakers’ proficiency in the English language. Speaking, listening, reading, and writing are all included in the proficiency evaluation.
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