TOEFL (Test of English for Foreign Languages) is an internationally accepted English language test taken by students applying to universities, as well as being required by many work visas and immigration authorities for work purposes or immigration purposes.
TOEFL scores are valid for two years after taking an exam and are offered throughout the year with more than 50 dates available to choose from. Students should research universities they’re interested in to understand their TOEFL score requirements before setting a goal score goal for themselves before taking the exam so they have a plan and know exactly what results to expect.
Your TOEFL iBT(r) scores should become available online roughly six days following your test date, while designated schools usually receive them within 11 days or sooner (depending on their method and mail delivery times). You may request sending multiple copies for an additional fee. Furthermore, reviews of your speaking and/or writing sections can be requested up to 30 days post-test date.
Check with the institute you are applying to about the validity of your TOEFL scores before taking your TOEFL exam. Some institutes require scores to remain valid throughout the application process while others only accept scores that remain valid through to program start up – be sure to take your exam well within the two-year validity window in order to avoid issues with either your scores or admissions process.