Thursday, July 29, 2010

More institutes to accept TOEFL Score

The number of institutions signing in to use TOEFL scores continue to increase at a fast pace. An additional 383 institutions have become TOEFL score users within the last year. Globally, around a million students appear for the test every year. The TOEFl test has been accepted by the top ranking universities around the world for the last 45 years.

Educational Testing Service, the creators of the test, announced that the English language proficiency test for both undergraduate and graduate applicants has now been accepted by 7,300 institutes across the world, making it one of the most widely accepted tests.

The Toefl test is accepted at 5,175 institutes in United States and Canada 1,000 in Europe, 600 in Asia and 200 in the United Kingdom . Institutes in Australia and New Zealand have also joined the bandwagon.

“Every student planning to *”study abroad":http://studyabroad.learnhub.com/* takes either GRE or Toefl. For Indians, where one in every 25 student heads abroad, this is great news," said Palav Sharma, counselor.

“As the number of institutions accepting the Toefl test is rising rapidly, we have opened additional testing centres in India and abroad,” said Teresa Sanchez-Lazer, executive director, Toefl product management. Currently there are more than 4500 test administration sites globally.

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