Slide 1

Ultimate Study Abroad Live Webinars

Attend and Secure admission among 500+ universities in the 150+ countries

Slide 1

Use Our Cost of Living Calculator to Shape
Your Study Abroad Journey!

Discover Your Ideal Country, Best Courses, and Top Universities.

Slide 1

Masterclasses that simplify study abroad exams

Start preparing for IELTS, TOEFL, GRE, GMAT, PTE, Duolingo, and SAT with our online classes, practice tests, and expert strategies

Slide 1

Want to Explore Options Beyond Canada PR

RNIP program is for you

Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot (RNIP) Program:


Overseas Scholarship Selection for SC, ST , BC and MINORITY Services

GREAT Scholarships offer students from 15 countries the opportunity to have £10,000 towards their tuition fees for a wide range of one-year taught postgraduate courses.

previous arrow
next arrow

Master the TOEFL: Your Comprehensive Exam Guide for Success

The Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) is an internationally recognized standardized test designed to assess the English language proficiency of non-native speakers. Developed and administered by the Educational Testing Service (ETS), TOEFL evaluates the ability to understand and use English at an academic level.

This comprehensive exam is widely accepted by universities, colleges, and institutions around the world as part of the admissions process for non-native English speakers seeking to study or work in English-speaking countries. The test measures various language skills, including reading, listening, speaking, and writing, ensuring individuals can effectively communicate and comprehend English in academic settings.

Preparation for the TOEFL exam often involves honing language skills, familiarizing oneself with the test format, and adopting strategies to excel in each section. Ultimately, achieving a competitive score on the TOEFL is pivotal for individuals aspiring to pursue higher education or professional opportunities in English-speaking environments.

Old TOEFL Format vs. New TOEFL Format

From 26th july 2023 new format for TOEFL is announced

The test will be shorter: 3hrs to less than 2 hrs

Get in Touch

Please enable JavaScript in your browser to complete this form.

Test Section

Old TOEFL Format (Long version)

New TOEFL Format (Short Version)


3–4 reading passages
10 questions each 
54-72 minutes

72/(10*4) = 1.8 min per question

2 reading passages
10 questions each
36 minutes

1.8 min per question



3–4 lectures, 6 questions each
2–3 conversations, 5 questions each
Random unscored questions
41–57 minutes + unscored questions

0.8 min per question – unscored questions

3 lectures, each 3–5 minutes; 6 questions each
2 convos, each 3 minutes; 5 questions each
No more unscored questions 🙂
36 minutes

15-18 minutes to complete questions
0.54-0.64 mins per question



4 speaking tasks, 17 minutes

– Speaking Independent Task 1

– Speaking integrated Task 2

– Speaking integrated Task 3

– Speaking integrated Task 4



2 writing tasks, 50 minutes

– Writing Integrated Task 1, 20 minutes

– Writing Independent Task 2, 30 minutes

2 writing Tasks, 30 minutes

– Integrated Task 1, 20 minutes

– Academic Discussion Task 2, 10 minutes

Featured services

How to Prepare for the Revised TOEFL Format?

Many have asked about preparing for the new TOEFL changes. The good news is, you don’t need to make significant adjustments in your preparation routine! Most question types remain unchanged, and these modifications actually make the TOEFL somewhat easier. Your existing TOEFL study materials are still useful, except for the addition of a new writing academic discussion question. However, this new format is simpler than the previous independent writing task. Let’s focus on getting you acquainted with this new TOEFL writing change.

Remember, practicing with the new TOEFL writing format is crucial for your exam readiness. To fully prepare, explore a comprehensive sample of the academic discussion writing practice by clicking the button below!

IELTS exam sections:

CareerCheQGoAbroad is your companion for acing the TOEFL exam

We provide comprehensive support, ensuring you’re fully equipped for success. Here’s how we assist you:

Tailored Study Material:

 Access to curated study materials designed to cover every aspect of the TOEFL exam, ensuring comprehensive preparation.

Practice Tests:

Gain confidence through numerous practice tests that simulate the actual TOEFL exam, allowing you to familiarize yourself with the format and timing.

Expert Guidance:

Benefit from expert guidance from seasoned instructors well-versed in TOEFL nuances, offering tips and strategies to excel in each section.

Personalized Strategies:

Receive personalized strategies to enhance your weaker areas, ensuring a well-rounded performance across all TOEFL sections.

Performance Analysis:

Detailed analysis of your practice tests to pinpoint areas for improvement, allowing focused and efficient study.

Comprehensive Review:

Thorough review sessions covering grammar, vocabulary, reading comprehension, and essay writing, ensuring a holistic grasp of the TOEFL curriculum.

Online Resources:

Access to a wealth of online resources including tips, blogs, and additional study material for self-paced learning.

With CareerCheQGoAbroad, you’ll be equipped with the tools, guidance, and support needed to ace your TOEFL exam and achieve your desired scores.

FAQs about the TOEFL exam:

The TOEFL exam comprises four sections: Reading, Listening, Speaking, and Writing.

TOEFL scores are valid for two years from the test date.

Yes, ETS offers an option to take the TOEFL exam online at home through the TOEFL iBT (Internet-based Test).

You can take the TOEFL exam as many times as you wish, but there must be a 3-day gap between attempts.

A good TOEFL score varies depending on the requirements of the institution or organization you are applying to. Generally, scores above 90 are considered good.

You can register for the TOEFL exam online through the ETS website or by phone.