Fall 2020 Important Updates
The TOEFL iBT (Internet-Based Test) measures your ability to use and understand English at the university level. And it evaluates how well you combine your listening, reading, speaking and writing skills to perform academic tasks. The exam consists of the following sections:
- Reading: Read 3 or 4 passages from academic texts and answer questions.
- Listening: Listen to lectures, classroom discussions and conversations, then answer questions.
- Speaking: Express an opinion on a familiar topic; speak based on reading and listening tasks.
- Writing: Write essay responses based on reading and listening tasks; support an opinion in writing.
Official TOEFL iBT Resources
For official study guides, sample questions, and general exam information, visit the TOEFL Homepage
Schedule Your Exam
BSU Testing administers the Internet-based TOEFL once every other month on select Fridays and Saturdays, beginning at 8:30am. View an up-to-date list of available testing dates -- scroll down to United States, Massachusetts, Bridgewater.
TOEFL iBT FAQs
In general, an ID must be an original document, not a photocopy. It must not be expired, and it must display the full name you used to register for the test. It must also have a photograph and a signature. Drivers licenses and government IDs are typical accepted IDs for US citizens.
IF YOU ARE NOT A US CITIZEN: Candidates who are not US citizens must present a current passport as identification. If your name does not appear in English language letters on the passport, you must also present a secondary ID, such as a license, student ID, or bill. If you are a permanent resident, you can present your green card, along with a supplementary ID (student ID, license, government ID). Candidates without proper identification will not be allowed to test.
We recommend that you review the TOEFL ID requirements and ensure you have all required documentation before registering for your test session.