An English-language proficiency test certificate is one of the important documents required to apply for the universities or colleges in the English speaking countries. The Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) stand as the most accepted examination specifically in the United States. To stand out in the TOEFL exam, candidates should not miss the mobile app from the organiser - Educational Testing Service (ETS). Here are some amazing facts aspirants should know about TOEFL Official app.
The maker of the TOEFL test has launched the TOEFL Official app to assist aspirants with registration, scores and preparation. This is the only official TOEFL app from ETS. The official TOEFL app offers -
- Free sample questions for all 4 sections on the TOEFL test
- Useful tips and resources
- In-app purchases of Reading, Listening, Speaking, and Writing authentic practice tests
- Scores provided by ETS within 24 hours
TOEFL Official - App Information
|Google Play||App Store|
|App Name||TOEFL Official App||TOEFL Official App|
|Size||16 MB||21.6 MB|
|Requires Android||4.4 and up||iOS 9.0 or later.|
How TOEFL Official App Help?
The mobile app will help to practice the skills aspirants want and prepare with resources from the maker of the test. The app will provide students with a convenient and streamlined way to access many components of the test experience on their mobile devices. It will also help from registration and test prep through score delivery.
- Free access to sample questions in mobile app.
- Get insider tips from the maker of the test, ETS.
- Practice only the skills candidates need with free and in-app purchases of authentic Reading, Listening, Speaking, and Writing practice tests.
- Check the progress with scoring from ETS, available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
While launching the TOELF Official mobile app, ETS has also announced that TOEFL scores will be delivered in six days compared to 10 days. The scores will be sent to the institutes in nine days.
TOEFL is a standardized test conducted to measure the English language proficiency of non-native speakers who are aspiring to take admission in English speaking universities. The score of TOEFL is accepted by more than 10,000 institutions across the world. Most of the Universities in the United States ask for TOEFL. Some of the popular countries that accept TOEFL test scores are Canada, Australia, UK, New Zealand, etc.