TOEFL is a universal general eligibility criterion of many universities. Applicants are only the way if they pass the examination. The test has no prerequisites, and any non-native English speaker can take it to study or work in an English-speaking country. Below are some of the rules to keep in mind if you plan to take the TOEFL exam.
1. Before The Examination
Arrive at the TOEFL test center at least 30 minutes before the scheduled exam time. You are not allowed to take the test if you arrive late, and you may lose the test fee you paid. You are subject to electronic scanning (for security purposes), photograph, and then asked to take a seat before signing a confidentiality agreement. Only your identity documents should be inside the examination center. No phones, watches, or electronic gadgets should be inside the hall.
2. During The Exam; Keep The Following In Mind
Raise your hand if you require any assistance during the examination. You must leave the exam room except for a 10-minute break. You must sign out and sign back in from the testing room if you still need to take a break. During this time, the test time will continue. You’ll be given a rough paper to fill out and return afterward for the test. No part of this material should be ripped or interfered with.
3. After The Exam:
For roughly ten days after your exam, your test results will be accessible to view online. 13 days after the exam, a PDF version of your test results will be available for download. Around 13 days after the exam, your TOEFL test results should be sent to the universities.
Important Documents Required To Take The TOEFL
For admission to a test center within your country of citizenship, A printout of the registration number from the ETS confirmation email and a photo ID card is must. Ensure there is a photo of yourself on the ID card and that it is up to expiry. Driver’s licenses, credit cards, birth certificates, and employee identification cards are not under taken. Your name, signature, and photographs must always appear on the ID proof. The passport should be valid with a photo and name.
Each ID Document Must Adhere To The Following Fundamental Guidelines:
The photocopied documents are not acceptable, and originals are must. Documents must be valid; expired documents are not accepted. The applicant’s entire name, which must match the name used in a register for TOEFL, should be included in the documentation. A recent photograph of the exam taker should appear in the documentation.
Please ensure that the information provided during registration is correct and valid. Otherwise, candidates may not get important TOEFL iBT materials or even score reports, and they will be completely accountable for this outcome. The NEEA/TOEFL iBT Online Registration system will create a personal account for each enrolled candidate to store personal information and score reports.
Combining an NEEA ID assigned by the registration system and a password provided by the candidates controls access to this account. Candidates must keep their access information safe.