Tuesday, 11 March 2014



Differences TOEFL , IELTS ,and  TOEIC
 Differences TOEFL , TOEIC , and IELTS - Certification of foreign language proficiency is used in a number of purposes , such as to work in a foreign country , get a scholarship to study abroad , and so on Certification in English at least , there are three kinds of certificates , namely TOEFL , TOEIC , and IELTS . Then what is the use of each such certificate . The following functions and definition of TOEFL , TOEIC , and IELTS .
1.       TOEFL
TOEFL or Test of English as a Foreign Language is an English language test program to measure a person's ability in English . TOEFL test gives three materials , namely listening, reading , and structure .To be able to apply for a scholarship to study abroad , you TOEFL score must be at least 550 , if not below it for your use .

2.       TOEIC
TOEIC stands for Test of English for International Communication . TOEIC is more specific to the orientation of the work , so if you want to work abroad , then you should have TOEIC certificate . Range TOEIC score is calculated from 10 to 990 . To smooth out your plan to work abroad , try your TOEIC score not less than 450 .
3.       IELTS
IELTS or International English Language Testing System , is almost the same as the TOEFL , a test program to test our proficiency in English .The IELTS test is divided into four materials , namely listening ( 30 minutes ) , reading ( 1 hour ) , writing ( 1 hour ) and speaking ( 12-15 minutes ) . Overall, the IELTS test takes about 3 hours . IELTS is usually used for a foreign country visa , study , change nationality , etc. . IELTS score is calculated starting 1-9 . And if it is used for learning purposes , the required IELTS score is 5.5 and above .

The tables below show different views on the equivalence between IELTS, TOEFL and TOEIC.
You can use these as a rough guide to compare your score with that on other tests.