About TOEFL iBT® Test.

Dear TOEFL iBT® candidates:

Please visit the TOEFL iBT® website : www.ets.org/toefl, go to the section Learners & Test Takers to register for the test. You will be able to select the test date when you register. Please read the information in that section. Read about registration deadlines and how to register in the bulletin that can be downloaded from the TOEFL iBT® website.

In order to be more “green” and reduce paper and shipping, students who take the TOEFL iBT® Test in the future will still receive online score reports but will no longer automatically receive a paper version. To obtain a paper copy of the scores, students now must specifically request.

  • There are 9 workstations at IICANA. Test takers have to report to the testing center 30 minutes before test start time for the check in process.


  • Measures a student´s ability to use English in an academic setting.
  • TOEFL iBT® Practice Tests
  • Registration: online, by phone or by mail.
  • Skills tested: Listening, Speaking, Reading, Writing.
  • Integrated tasks: (Test takers combine more than one skill.)
  • Read, listen and then speak in response to a question.
  • Note talking: allowed.
  • Test time: 2 hours.( All sections will be completed in one day.)
  • Total Score: 0 – 120  (ETS provides scores for 4 skills and total score.)
  • Listening

    The TOEFL iBT Listening section is designed to measure your ability to understand conversations and lectures in English. It includes listening for:

    • Basic comprehension
    • Understanding the speaker's attitude and degree of certainty
    • Connecting information

    Listening questions

    You’ll hear lectures and conversations in this section. Both use campus-based language.

    • 3 lectures, some with classroom discussion, each 3–5 minutes; 6 questions per lecture
    • 2 conversations, each 3 minutes; 5 questions per conversation
    • You can take notes on any audio item throughout the test to help you answer questions.

    Test time
    : It should take about 36 minutes to complete the Listening section.

  • Speaking

    The TOEFL iBT Speaking section measures your ability to speak English effectively in academic settings. The four questions/tasks resemble real-life situations you might encounter both in and outside of a classroom.

    Question 1: Independent Speaking Task — requires you to draw entirely on your own ideas, opinions and experiences when you respond.

    Questions 2–4: Integrated Speaking Tasks — require you to combine your English-language skills — listening and speaking, or listening, reading and speaking — just as you would in or out of a classroom.

    Prep time: You'll get 15–30 seconds of preparation time before each response, and your response will be 45 or 60 seconds long.

    Speaking response: To respond, you'll speak into the microphone and your responses will be recorded.

    Test time: It should take about 16 minutes to complete the Speaking section.

    Scoring: Speaking tasks are scored based on the Speaking Scoring Guides (Rubrics) (PDF) by a combination of AI scoring and certified human raters. Raw scores are converted to a scaled section score of 0–30.

  • Reading

    The TOEFL iBT Reading section assesses how well you can read and understand materials used in an academic environment.

    It includes two reading passages, each approximately 700 words long, with 10 questions per passage. It should take about 35 minutes to complete the Reading section.

    Reading passages are excerpts from university-level textbooks that would be used in introductions to a topic. The passages cover a variety of subjects. Don't worry if you're not familiar with the topic of a passage. All the information you need to answer the questions will be included in the passage. There is a glossary feature available to define words not commonly used, if you need it.

  • Writing

    The TOEFL iBT test Writing section measures your ability to write in English in an academic setting, and to present your ideas in a clear, well-organized way.

    There are two writing tasks.

    • Integrated writing task (20 minutes) — read a short passage and listen to a short lecture, then write in response to what you read and listened to.
    • Writing for an Academic Discussion task (10 minutes) — state and support an opinion in an online classroom discussion.

    You'll type your responses on a computer keyboard.

    Test time: It should take about 29 minutes to complete the Writing section.

    Scoring: Writing tasks are scored based on the Writing Scoring Guides (Rubrics) (PDF) by a combination of AI scoring and certified human raters. Raw scores are converted to a scaled section score of 0–30.

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Cursos de Preparación para rendir TOEFL iBT®

Este curso prepara al alumno para rendir el examen TOEFL iBT®, el cual evalúa el nivel de fluidez y conocimientos en el idioma inglés americano, y es requerido por la mayoría de las escuelas y universidades de Estados Unidos para aprobar el ingreso como estudiante de estas instituciones.

Para inscribirse es requisito haber rendido y aprobado un examen de ubicación (70%).

Este curso preparatorio tiene una duración de 3 meses, con 2 clases semanales de 2 horas cada una.


  • Martes y jueves de 18 a 20 hs.



TOEFL iBT® test exime al alumno que lo ha rendido con nivel intermedio, o superior a intermedio, de cursar y rendir el módulo de idioma inglés en toda la Universidad Nacional de Córdoba (ordenanza 08/2015 – UNC). Consulta en tu facultad si esta resolución ha sido implementada.

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