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June 01, 2010
Education Testing Service announced this week that there are now over 7,500 universities and colleges in more than 130 countries that accept the TOEFL as an reliable EnglishlLanguage assessment tool. This makes TOEFL, which will be celebrating their 50th anniversary in a few short years, by far the most widely accepted English language test; often both for school and working in countries like the Australia, the U.S. Canada, the U.K., and more.
“We are pleased that so many prestigious colleges and universities globally recognize the TOEFL test as a reliable English-language assessment,” commented Teresa Sanchez-Lazer, Executive Director of TOEFL Product Management. “As significant numbers of international students continue to study abroad, the demand for a high-quality, objective English-language proficiency assessment will continue to grow.”
While many other exams struggle to be to gain acceptance in their field (GRE vs GMAT or ACT vs SAT) TOEFL continues to prove itself as one of the best options for anyone looking to stretch their legs on a different soil. So get studying, and then get out there!
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