TOEFL Stands for Test of English as a Foreign Language

The TOEFL test assesses the ability of non-native English speakers to use and understand English. The test is assessed in four languages skills read, written, heard and spoken in the university classroom.

TOEFL is a computer based test. However, the TOEFL test is administered as a paper-based test in a few places where testing via the internet is not available.
It takes about four hours to complete the test.

Reading 60—80 minutes 36—56 questions :- Read passages, then respond to questions
Listening 60—90 minutes 34—51 questions :- Listen to lectures or a classroom discussion, then respond to questions
BREAK Relax for 10 minutes
Speaking 20 minutes 6 tasks :- Speak into a microphone about familiar topics and discuss material you read about and listened to
Writing 50 minutes 2 tasks :- Read a passage, listen to a recording and then type your written response

About TOEFL Scores: 

• Score requirements are set by individual colleges and universities.
• You’ll receive a score from 0 to 30 for each section and a total score of 0 to 120 for the entire test.
• Scores are valid for 2 years after your test date.
• You can try for a better score as many times as you’d like—there are unlimited retakes. (You just can’t take the test more than once in a 12-day period.)
Getting and Sending Your Scores:
• Your scores will be ready in 10 days, and you can view them easily online.
• A paper score report will be mailed to you if you select that option when you register.
• Scores are sent free to up to 4 institutions that you select prior to your test day.
• TOEFL test is conducted by the Educational Testing Service (ETS).