The School of Continuing Education (SCE) of The American University in Cairo (AUC) offers the test administration of the Test of English as a Foreign Language Internet-Based Test (TOEFL iBT) at AUC Tahrir Square campus.
The TOEFL iBT test has four sections:
- Reading measures the ability to understand academic reading material written in English
- Listening measures the ability to understand spoken English as it is used in colleges and universities
- Speaking measures the ability to speak English in an academic context
- Writing measures the ability to write in English in a way that is appropriate for college and university coursework
The test scored from 0 to 30 for each of the four parts (reading, listening, speaking, and writing). Produces the total score from (0 to 120). The TOEFL iBT scores are posted online approximately 6 - 10 days after the test date.
The TOEFL iBT test accurately measures how well you can read, listen, speak and write in English in a college or university classroom. It helps you stand out confidently and comes with a clear advantage — colleges and universities know you are ready to succeed and communicate in English. TOEFL iBT scores are accepted worldwide by more than 11,500 universities and other institutions in over 160 countries. More institutions accept TOEFL scores than scores from any other English-language test, and over 35 million people have taken the test since it began in 1964.
The following government-issued ID documents are acceptable for Egyptians:
- National ID card
- Driver’s license
- Military ID card
For Non- Egyptians: