Examen TOEFL iBT ® test
TOEFL testing takes place in more than 180 countries, and TOEFL scores are accepted by more than 6,000 institutions and agencies in 130 countries. More institutions accept TOEFL scores than any other English-language proficiency test in the world. The TOEFL test is the one test that opens the door to your future.
iBT Toefl dates offered at our UTEPSA center for 2016
- Friday 18 November 2016
- Friday 02 December 2016
- Friday 09 December 2016
- Friday 20 January 2017
- Friday 03 February 2017
- Saturday 18 February 2017
- Friday 03 March 2017
- Saturday 25 March 2017
- Friday 21 April 2017
- Saturday 29 April 2017
How To Register For The TOEFL iBT
- A candidate can only register online at www.ets.org/toefl. Visit this website and click on Register Now. For step-by-step detailed instructions Use our step-by-step guide
Registration cost: $180 US (US dollars)
Credit/Debit cards—American Express, Discover, JCB, MasterCard, or VISA.
Regular registration closes seven days prior to test date (not including the day of the test).
- Late registration closes three days prior to test date (not including the day of the test).
- Registration received after the regular registration deadline will include a late fee of $35USD.
- When registering, be sure that the spelling of your name exactly matches the name printed on the identification document(s) you will present at the test center.
ID Requirements for Exam Day
- Passport with photograph and signature
- Valid driver’s license with photograph and signature
- State or Province ID issued by the motor vehicle agency with photograph and signature
- National ID with photograph and signature
- Military ID with photograph and signature
If a candidate needs more information they can visit the official TOEFL website @www.ets.org or read the TOEFL iBT bulletin
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The TOEFL® test measures the ability of nonnative English speakers to communicate in English in an academic setting. It accurately measures how well students can read, listen, speak and write in English in the college or university classroom.