The scores are not valid outside of the place where they are administered, but the college or institution accepts the PBT that they administer as an official score.
This PBT is also caJled an Institutional TOEFL. The other purpose of the PBT is to supplement the official Internet-Based TOEFL in areas where Internet-based testing is not possible. The scores are usually valid outside of the place where they are administered. This PBT is also called a Supplemental TOEFL.
The Paper-Based TOEFL has three parts: Listening Comprehension, Structure and Written Expres-sion,and Reading. ln addition, the Test of Written English (TWE) is an essay that is required to provide a writing score. The PBT is a linear test, which means that everyone who takes the TOEFL during the same administration wi ll see and answer the same questions. The total score is based on a scale of 310-677.
Internet-Based TOEFL (iBT®) The Internet-Based TOEFL (iBT®) is a computer-assisted test that was introduced in September 2005 worldwide. The Internet-Based TOEFL (iB T®) wa initially referred to as the CBT2 and as the Next Generation TOEFL.
The iBT® has four parts: Listening, Speaking, Reading, and Writing. The Speaking Section was already introduced in 2003 a the TOEFL Academic Speaking Test (TAST). On the four-part iBT®, most of the questions are independent, but some of the questions are integrated. For example, you may be asked to listen to a lecture or read a text, and then speak or write a response. The total score is based
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