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مقایسه آزمون های آیلتس و تافل

مقایسه آزمون آیلتس ( IELTS ) با تافلTOEFL iBT :


Comparing TOEFL® iBT and IELTS TOEFL Internet-based Test (iBT)

IELTS

Recognition

Recognizing institutions

6,000 institutions and organizations in 110 countries

1,300 institutions and organizations in 65 countries

Top recognizing countries

United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Japan, Australia, New Zealand, Germany, Hong Kong, Singapore, Netherlands

United Kingdom, Australia, New Zealand, Canada, Ireland, United States

Reach

Test-taker volumes in 2005

~825,000

~409,000 Academic, ~142,000 General

Top countries in 2005 (outside English-speaking countries)

Korea, Japan, China, India, Taiwan, Turkey, Germany, Italy, France, Thailand

India, China, Pakistan, Philippines, Hong Kong, Bangladesh, Malaysia, Indonesia, Brazil, Spain

Accessibility

Test centers

3085 test centers in 169 countries by end of 2006. 3000 of these centers will be for TOEFL iBT.

313 centers in 122 countries

Testing frequency

30–40 administrations/year, depending on volume and location. Examinees may take the TOEFL iBT test only once in any seven day period. All 4 sections (Reading, Listening, Speaking, Writing) always taken in one day.

48 fixed administrations. No restrictions on frequency of retesting.

The first 3 modules (Listening, Reading and Writing) must be completed in one day. Test takers may take the Speaking module in a 7-day window before or after they take the other modules. The exact date of the Speaking module is determined by the test center.

Price

Fee ranges from AUD$184 to 223. Includes sending score reports to 4 institutions.

Fee ranges from AUD$170 to 286. Includes sending score reports to 5 institutions.

Test Delivery

Internet-based testing supplemented by paper-based testing and the Test of Spoken English™ (TSE®) in areas where Internet-based testing is not yet available.

Paper-based testing available. Computer-based version introduced in 2005 and available in 10 cities for Academic module only.

Test Content

Skills tested

Reading, Listening, Speaking, Writing

Reading, Listening, Speaking, Writing

Formats available

Academic only

Academic (75% test takers) and General Training (25% test takers)

Integrated skills

Yes

No

Listening

Assesses academic and campus-based listening using authentic university material.

4–6 lectures (some with classroom discussion); 2 campus-based conversations between 2–3 people; each is heard only once.

34–51 questions in 60–90 minutes.

Question types: chart completion and multiple choice.

 

Assesses general English using social, educational, and training contexts.

Monologues and dialogues between 2–3 people; each is heard only once.

40 items in 30 minutes.

Question types: multiple choice, short answer, notes/summary/flow chart completion, sentence completion, labeling a diagram, and matching.

Includes a variety of native English accents.

Reading

Assesses academic reading skills using authentic university material.

3–5 passages appropriate for those who are entering undergraduate or graduate courses.

36–60 questions in 60–100 minutes.

Question types: prose summary completion, table completion, and multiple choice.

 

Assesses either academic or general reading skills, depending on which module the test taker chooses.

Academic module: 3 reading passages appropriate for those who are entering undergraduate or graduate courses.

40 items in 60 minutes.

Question types: multiple choice, sentence or prose summary completion, short-answer questions, and matching lists or phrases.

Speaking

Assesses the academic speaking skills needed to succeed by using authentic university material and tasks. 2 independent tasks and 4 integrated tasks.

Integrated tasks: Test takers read a short passage, listen to related material, and then orally integrate the information in their own words.

Independent tasks: Test takers respond to familiar topic based on own experience.

20 minutes

Assesses interactive speaking skills using a structured interview conducted by an examiner and recorded on a cassette tape.

Part 1: Introduction and interview based on selected, familiar topics.

Part 2: Individual long turn in which test takers respond to a selected task card.

Part 3: Two-way discussion linked to the Part 2 topic.

11–14 minutes





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بهترین کلاس آیلتس در تهران | آموزشگاه آیلتس گلدیس
چگونگی ثبت نام آزمون آیلتس
نمرات آزمون آیلتس
آزمون آیلتس | آموزشگاه آیلتس گلدیس
درباره آیلتس ( IELTS )
مراکز معتبر برگزار کننده آزمون آیلتس در تهران | آموزش آیلتس گلدیس
مراکز بین المللی سازمان دهنده آزمون آیلتس | آموزش آیلتس گلدیس
آموزش آیلتس نیمه خصوصی 4 تا 6 نفره تضمینی | کلاس های نیمه خصوصی آیلتس گلدیس
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