The TOEFL® iBT (internet-based test) emphasizes integrated skills and provides better information to institutions about students' ability to communicate in an academic setting and their readiness for academic coursework. With internet-based testing, ETS can capture speech and score responses in a standardized manner.
The TOEFL iBT tests all four language skills that are important for effective communication: reading, listening, speaking, and writing. It requires students to combine two or more of these skills to respond to a question. For example, one might read a passage or listen to a lecture in English and then write or speak the answers in English. Sample questions, examples, and practice materials are available here.
The University of Oregon Testing Office is an official TOEFL iBT test site. The TOEFL iBT is offered on specific dates throughout the calendar year. Our schedule varies from month to month based on the days and start times proposed by ETS.