TOEFL stands for Test of English as a Foreign Language. This test is designed to measure understanding of spoken and written standard American English and to assess how well a student will function in a classroom where English is spoken. This test is designed for students whose best language is not English or who normally speak a language other than English at home or at work.
Where and when can I take the TOEFL?
The TOEFL exam is administered in an Internet-based format at American Language Center/Casablanca. Tests are held approximately every two weeks, depending on demand. Be sure to register early as test centers can fill quickly.
Where do I prepare for the TOEFL?
Visit the ETS Web site to see sample tests. Purchase TOEFL preparation materials from The American Language Center. Take a test preparation class at the American Language Center.
What do I do on the day of the test?
Arrive at American Language Center or other assigned test center 30 minutes before the assigned test time. Check-in procedures take time. If you arrive late, you may not be admitted to the test, and you will forfeit your test fees. Bring photo bearing identification, as described in the TOEFL registration bulletin. Bring your test confirmation ticket information.
Scores are posted online usually within 15 days after the test date, then mailed to the intitutions you selected. Included with your registration fees are:
1 score report for you
up to 4 official score reports that ETS will send directly to the institutions or
How long are scores valid?
ETS will repost scores for 2 years after the test day.
How do I register to take the TOEFL test at the ALC?