The Structure Of The TOEFL iBT Exam

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The Structure Of The TOEFL Exam

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The Total Time of the TOEFL iBT Exam is between 3.5 to 4 Hours, from beginning to end — with a 10-Minute Break in the middle of The Exam.

The entire exam is broken-up into 4 Sections for the 4 language Skills:  Reading, Listening, Speaking, & Writing — in that order.  Each section has a different time-length, and a different amount of Questions & Tasks.


  Section Of The Exam     Number Of Questions & Tasks     Timing Of The Section  
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The Reading Section
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3–5 Reading Passages
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12–14 Questions/Tasks
For Each Reading Passage
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60–100 Minutes
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The Listening Section
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4–6 Lectures
6 Questions Each
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2–3 Conversations
5 Questions Each
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60–90 Minutes
(Break-Time) 10 Minutes
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The Speaking Section
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2 “Independent” Tasks
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4 Integrated Tasks
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20 Minutes
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The Writing Section
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1 Integrated Task
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1 “Independent” Task
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20 Minutes
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30 Minutes

Though there are different times for each Section — the timer runs automatically and can not be stopped.  This means that there are absolutely no breaks (beyond the scheduled 10-Minute break) in-between each section.

Even during the 10-Minute Break, the timer will still keep running — and It is not possible to stop the timer for any reason, once it has begun.


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