top of page

TOEFL - Test of English as a Foreign Language

Kingswood's TOEFL Courses run throughout the year. You can start a course any time from January to December, from Monday to Sunday, from 08:00 to 21:00.


You choose the days and times you want to study.

You have the option of taking a FREE Pre-Course Assessment Test to set your learning targets and of taking regular assessment tests after every 20, 30 or 40 hours to check your progress.​

All course materials are completely Free.

Call today and get 2 FREE Lessons

Click on a book cover for course contents.

TOEFL Registration Guide

How to Register for the TOEFL® iBT Online - A Step-by-Step Tutorial. This guide will help you to navigate the online registration system. You may print this document and use it to assist you in the process.

TOEFL Student Test Prep Planner

An eight-week plan to prepare for the TOEFL iBT® test, including:

• Skill-building activities

• Sample TOEFL iBT test questions

• Tips for success on test day ... and beyond!

TOEFL Writing Rubrics
Assess your own writing level against the TOEFL Writing Rubric. Find your weakness and set your targets.

TOEFL Writing Sample Responses

There are two writing tasks on the next generation TOEFL Internet-based test (iBT). The first is an integrated task that requires test takers to read, listen, and then write in response to what they have read and heard. The second is an independent task where test takers support an opinion on a topic. Download an example of each type, responses at each score level, with annotations that explain why the response received its score. The rubric or scoring guide for Writing describes the characteristics of responses at each level for both independent and integrated writing tasks.

TOEFL Writing Topics

Topics in the following list may appear in your actual test. You should become familiar with this list before you take the computer-based TOEFL test. Remember that when you take the test you will not have a choice of topics. You must write only on the topic that is assigned to you.

Academic Wordlist for TOEFL, SATs and IELTS

Averil Coxhead developed and evaluated The Academic Word List (AWL) for her MA thesis. This list is a very useful resource for English for Academic Purposes teachers and learners.

Academic Wordlist - Sublists

Each word in italics is the most frequently occurring member of the word family in the Academic Corpus. For example, analysis is the most common form of the word family analyse. British and American spelling is included in the word families, so contextualise and contextualize are both included in the family context.

Headwords of the Academic Word List

This list contains the head words of the families in the Academic Word List. The numbers indicate the sublist of the Academic Word List. For example, abandon and its family members are in Sublist 8 of the Academic Word List.

The TOEFL Test

Everything you need to know about the TOEFL Test. Want to study abroad? Need a visa for an English-speaking country? The TOEFLEnglish-language test can get you there.

The TOEFL Paper-based test is being phased out


The TOEFL Paper-based test is being phased out and is currently offered only in locations where testing via the internet is not available. Download the 2013 - 2014 TOEFL Bulletin here


bottom of page