The TOEFL is the Test of English as a Foreign Language. The test is used to evaluate the English proficiency of candidates whose native language is not English. Almost one million students from180 countries register to take the TOEFL every year at test centers throughout the world. Some of them do not pass the TOEFL because they do not understand enough English. Others do not pass it because they do not understand the examination.
Since 1963 scholarship selection committees of governments, universities, and agencies such as Fulbright, the Agency for International Development, AMIDEAST, Latin American Scholarship Program have used the TOEFL Now some professional licensing and certification agencies also use TOEFL scores to evaluate English proficiency.
The admissions committees of more than 2400 colleges and universities in the United States and Canada require foreign applicants submit TOEFL scores along with transcripts and recommendations in order to be considered for admission. Some colleges and universities in other
English-speaking countries also require the TOEFL for admissions purposes.
Many universities use TOEFL scores to fulfill the foreign language requirement for doctoral candidates whose first language is not English.
Three TOEFL testing programs are available – the Supplemental Paper-Based TOEFL, the Computer-Based TOEFL and the Institutional TOEFL. The Supplemental Paper-Based TOEFL and Computer-Based TOEFL are the official administrations. The Institutional TOEFL is not an official administration.
In general, the same four language skills are tested in all TOEFL programs. Listening, Structure, Writing and Reading are tested in three separate sections:
Section 1 Listening
Section 2 Structure/Writing
Section 3 Reading
There are some differences in the types of questions used to test the language skills.
The test is held in October, November, December, April and May. It takes three or four and half-hours long to do the test.
(Adapted from: Information Bulletin for TOEFL)
To help students increase their knowledge of English especially TOEFL, Kediri International Schools gives a chance for them to take part in TOEFL PREPARATION COURSE / CLASS and to take a TOEFL equivalent test as The Institutional TOEFL for admissions purposes in universities or companies.
To join the TOEFL Program, each student must fulfill the requirements:
1. At least SMA or equivalent student.
2. Enrollment Fee : Rp. 100.000,-
3. Course Fee (Private) : Rp. 400.000,- /month.
4. Course Fee (Group 4) : Rp. 100.000,- /month.
5. Final Test Fee of TOEFL Preparation
Rp. 250.000 including Certificate of a TOEFL – Equivalent Test.
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