TOEFL iBT® is a computer based language test that measures your ability to use and understand English at university level. TOEFL is recognized in many parts of the world as evidence of a candidate's academic English skills.
If you are applying for admission to an English-language educational institution or applying for an exchange programme, a TOEFL language test will often be required.
* Studieskolen continues to adhere closely to the recommendations from Danish authorities. This means that there will be no TOEFL test until May 30. If you have registered for a TOEFL test that has been cancelled, you will receive an e-mail from ETS/Prometric with information on how to reschedule your test. If you have any questions you can contact ETS. You can find their contact informaton on their webpage www.ets.org
If you cannot register for a test on the dates that we indicate are available, it is because our seats are not for sale by TOEFL at present. We are in constant dialogue with TOEFL to ensure that available seats are for sale.
You can find contact information for TOEFL here.
Location: The test will take place at Studieskolen Borgergade 12 or Borgergade 14, 1300 København K. Tests taking place at other venues are not held by Studieskolen.
Registration: You register for the TOEFL test at ETS' webpage. Click here to register for a TOEFL test.
What is a TOEFL test?
The test evaluates how well you combine listening, reading, speaking and writing skills to perform academic tasks. The test consists of four sections and takes about four hours to complete, including check-in:
- 54-72 minutes
- 30-40 questions
- Read 3 or 4 passages from academic texts and answer questions.
- 41-57 minutes
- 28-39 questions
- Listen to lectures, classroom discussions and conversations, then answer questions.
10 minute break
- 17 minutes.
- 4 tasks
- Express an opinion on a familiar topic; speak based on reading and listening tasks.
- 50 min.
- 2 tasks
- Write essay responses based on reading and listening tasks; support an opinion in writing.
Please find answers to your questions about TOEFL iBT® here.
You can register for the TOEFL test online at ETS where you will need to create an account.
Please find more information about registration here.
Please find a list of available test dates on this website (above).
You can reschedule or cancel your booking up to three full days before the test. Any changes to your registration must be made through your user account at ETS. Please note that you will be charged a fee to reschedule or cancel your booking.
You can find more information here.
You will be able to see your results online approximately ten days after the test.
You will receive an email when your results are ready. You can access them by logging in to your user account at ETS.
Please find out how to access your results here.
When registering for the test, you choose which institutions will receive your test results.
Please find out more here.
A TOEFL test is valid for two years.
Before the test:
Please arrive at the test centre at least 30 minutes before the scheduled test time.
When you arrive, you will be asked to sign a confidentiality agreement and we will take your photo and you have to do a voice sample. We will also check your identification documents.
You will be taken to your test station and the test will begin.
Identification documents are the only personal items you are allowed to have in the testing room. Please do not bring anything else.
During the test:
The test takes about four hours including a mandatory ten minute break.
Keep an eye on your progression so you can finish each section within the time limit. The computer is the official timekeeper.
Scratch paper will be provided and must be returned at the end of the test.
If you need any help, please raise your hand.
The price of TOEFL tests and services is set by ETS.org.
Please find information about fees here.
If you need to apply for disability accommodations for the test, please do so before registering for the test. The process takes approximately six weeks.
All applications must be made to ETS.