WHICH IS EASIER TO CRACK TOEFL OR IELTS

WHICH IS EASIER TOEFL OR IELTS?

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WHICH IS EASIER TO CRACK TOEFL OR IELTS?

Which is easier TOEFL OR IELTS is a question we would answer but before that let’s get to know what exactly is TOEFL TEST.

TOEFL stands for Test Of English as a Foreign Language..Apart from IELTS which is considered as one of the most standardized  english language test system ,TOEFL is another standardised test for measuring a non- english speaker’s english language ability. Just like IELTS this test is also accepted by almost all english academic institutions and professional agencies .

This test is also a trademark for  Educational Testing Service (ETS) . This ETS is a non profit body that upholds and administers  this test .

The TOEFL exams checks your ability to be able to understand and use english at a university standard. It also evaluates how well you could use your english language ability in writing,listening,reading and speaking skills to perform any academic level tasks.

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WHAT ARE THE DIFFERENCES BETWEEN TOEFL AND IELTS?

The main difference to be considered between TOEFL and IELTS would be the first one is tested by academic subjects  whereas the second one is evaluated by different skills like reading,listening,writing and speaking.

According to students taking both TOEFL or IELTS exams ,the previous one or the institutional one is considered to be comparatively easy.  Though both the tests have speaking section but there is also a major difference as in TOEFL for the speaking section one has to answer questions while recording it on to a microphone and then it is sent to reviewers to check whereas for ielts the candidate answers face to face interview.

TOEFL is entirely a multiple choice type exam whereas for IELTS one needed to answer different pattern like short essays,fill in the gaps, short answers.

TOEFL is slightly longer in duration than IELTS. As it  takes around 2 hr 0 mins whereas TOEFL takes around 4 hrs to complete.

There are two type of IELTS which is completed on paper whereas for TOEFL it’s just one type of  exam format done completely on computer.

As TOEFL is multiple choice exam so students can think logically and answer the questions whereas IELTS exam requires more of thinking and memory use and writing answers.

For the writing sections in TOEFL there are two different tasks to be completed as writing paragraph essays and for the second task you need to take  notes from a below section and construct your answer whereas for IELTS there are also two different tasks that includes summarizing or explaining information and for the second one you will need to write an answer in response to a view given.

For the reading section in TOEFL you need to answer 3 to 5 sections of 20 mins with  multiple choice questions whereas for ielts also there are also 3 sections of 20 mins with a wider section of questions.

For listening section in TOEFLtest the duration is 40 to 60 mins and it contains listening  audio clips from lectures or academic lectures and then write down notes while listening so that one could answer multiple choice questions connected to it.Whereas for IELTS students can answer while listening to audio clipping and answer different type of questions.

For the score section in ielts the scoring is done in band system from 1 to 9 with your overall score to be rounded up to the nearest half band whereas for toefl the scoring is done out of 120 points as a single test.

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WHICH IS MORE WIDELY ACCEPTED?

If we compare the acceptance of these two tests then both toefl and ielts are accepted worldwide in almost all universities and undergraduate schools as well.  The toefl is more used in American Universities whereas ielts is more accepted in UK,canada  and australia.

So basically with all the differences now its up to the candidate to decide which test he or she might opt for with their requirements.

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