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Posted on February 29, 2008. Filed under: Education/English, IELTS |

From: UK Mongols are answering

TOEIC TOEFL
Paper
TOEFL
CBT
TOEFL
IBT
IELTS

Approximate
Level

 

0 – 250 0 – 310 0 – 30 0 – 8 0 – 1

Beginner

310 – 343 33 – 60 9 – 18 1 – 1.5

Beginner

255 – 400 347 – 393 63 – 90 19 – 29 2 – 2.5

Beginner

397 – 433 93 – 120 30 – 40 3 – 3.5

Intermediate

405 – 600 437 – 473 123 – 150 41 – 52 4

Intermediate

477 – 510 153 – 180 53 – 64 4.5 – 5

Intermediate

605 – 780 513 – 547 183 – 210 65 – 78 5.5 – 6

Upper Intermediate

550 – 587 213 – 240 79 – 95 6.5 – 7

Advanced

785 – 900 590 – 637 243 – 270 96 – 110 7.5 – 8

Advanced

905 – 990 640 – 677 273 – 300 111 – 120 8.5 – 9

Upper Advanced

Top Score Top Score Top Score Top Score Top Score

Top Level

990 677 300 120 9

Upper Advanced

http://secure.vec.bc.ca/toefl-equivalency-table.cfm

What is IELTS? IELTS Test

International English Language Testing System ( IELTS ) is a test of English language proficiency. It is jointly managed by the University of Cambridge ESOL Examinations, the British Council and IDP Education Australia.

IELTS Modules

Candidates may choose either the Academic Module or the General Training Module:

  • The Academic Module is intended for those wishing to enrol in universities and other institutions of higher education.
  • The General Training Module is intended for those planning to undertake non-academic training or to gain work experience, or for immigration purposes.

Where is IELTS Accepted?

IELTS is accepted by most Australian, British, Canadian, Irish, New Zealand and South African academic institutions, by many academic institutions in the United States, and also by various professional organisations.

IELTS Features

The IELTS incorporates the following features:

  • A variety of accents and writing styles are presented in text materials in order to minimise linguistic bias. The test focuses on “International English”, which includes British English, American English and other varieties.
  • IELTS tests the ability to speak, read, listen and write in English.
  • Two test formats can be chosen from – Academic and General Training.
  • Band scores are used for each language sub-skill (Speaking, Listening, Reading and Writing). The Band Scale ranges from 1 (“Non User”) to 9 (“Expert User”).

 

What is TOEFL?

 

The Test Of English as a Foreign Language (or TOEFL , pronounced “toe-full”) evaluates the potential success of an individual to use and understand standard American English at a college level. It is required for non-native applicants at many US and other English-speaking colleges and universities. The TOEFL is the product of the Educational Testing Service (ETS), which is contracted by the private, non-profit firm, the College Board to administer the test in institutions in the US; they also produce the SAT.

What is TOEIC?

 

Test of English for International Communication (TOEIC) measures the ability of non-native English-speaking people to use English in everyday work activities. The Toeic was developed by ETS (Educational Testing Service) in the United States following a request from the Japanese Ministry of Foreign Trade and Industry (MITI). There are an estimated 3 million test takers per year.

TOEFL Equivalency Table

Do you find all of the different English language test scores confusing? Do you have trouble comparing a IELTS score to a TOEFL score? Well, that’s understandable because there are a number of different language tests and they all have different systems. Even the TOEFL Paper Based Test, TOEFL Computer Based Test (TOEFL CBT), and TOEFL Internet Based Test (TOEFL iBT) all have different scoring schemes.

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Related:

http://gegeen.wordpress.com/ielts/

http://gegeen.wordpress.com/2007/11/05/preparing-your-english/

English in AU: http://gegeen.wordpress.com/2007/09/18/3-english-in-australia-2/

АйЭЛТС 6,5 авах: http://gegeen.wordpress.com/2008/01/06/ielts-experience/

 

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