FSU administers the PBT TOEFL at the end of every semester. The exam is free to FSU TOEFL class students; $20 to other FSU students; $30 to non-FSU students.
Next Exam, Friday, December 6th, 2013 8:30 am. Call 508-626-1510 for information.
Register and pay at the Student Services Center, 5th floor of the McCarthy Center.
What International Students should know about the TOEFL
Universities around the world require international students to prove their proficiency in English by passing the TOEFL exam. Here, at Framingham State University (FSU), we will help you reach your educational goals by helping you to improve your TOEFL test scores for both the institutional exam (PBT) and the internet-based exam (iBT).
Framingham State University has been offering students the Institutional TOEFL (PBT) exam at the end of each semester for many years. We expect to be ready to offer the iBT exam by fall semester 2014. Until that time, we have courses to prepare students to take either exam.
To register to take the iBT, visit the Educational Testing Services website at www.ETS.org. Students can find a testing site near them.
New this Summer! Two in-depth classes to prepare students for the TOEFL Exam
Register for one or both of these classes on the Intensive ELP website.
Reading and Listening Comprehension for the TOEFL Exam, PBT/iBT
This intensive class is designed to assist students preparing for the Institutional TOEFL, the paper-based version (PBT). During this class, students will learn skills to improve reading comprehension, listening techniques and advanced grammatical structures which are tested on the exam. Students will also learn test-taking strategies and have ample opportunity for practice and review. This course meets M-W-F, 12:30-2:30pm.
Speaking and Writing for the iBT TOEFL: What you need to know to succeed
This intensive class is devoted to speaking and writing for the iBT. Students will learn pronunciation techniques to increase their intelligibility; practice timed speaking on a variety of topics and situations; practice note-taking and summarizing skills; and learn how to plan for and write essays in a timed-test environment. This course meets T-TH, 12:30-2:30pm.
|TOEFL scores required for admission to FSU|
|PBT 550||PBT 575|
|iBT 79||iBT 90|
For more information about applying to FSU, see the website for your desired program: