Then you will listen to a lecture about the same topic.You are permitted to take notes while you read and listen. Your score will depend on the quality of your writing as well as how well you answer the question.
The i BT writing section is divided into two parts: Integrated Writing and Independent Writing.
Writing Based on Reading and Listening Here you will read a passage about an academic topic.
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The TOEFL test is given in several forms: The i BT is given most often since most testing sites around the world have access to the Internet. The PBT is given only at sites where the Internet is not available.
All three tests have a writing section, but only the i BT has two writing assignments. The first part is called integrated writing because it involves more than just writing.
Because many TOEFL test takers will be entering academic settings, the test requires students to read a short passage (2 minutes), take notes on a short lecture (3 minutes), and then write a summary and response to both the lecture and the reading passage (20 minutes).
The recommended length of the essay is 150-225 words.
This section is now a standard part of the TOEFL i BT.
Previously, a writing test was administered as a separate test (TWE) from the paper and computer based TOEFL.