About TOEFL The TOEFL (Test Of English As a Foreign Language) exam is organized by the Educational Testing Service (ETS) in New Jersey, USA to measure the English knowledge of non-native English speakers. TOEFL is applied to measure English proficiency in more than 150 countries, 11000 institutions and organizations worldwide. Most colleges and universities where English is the language of instruction are used as the acceptance criteria for students whose native language is not English to undergraduate, graduate and doctoral programs. In addition, many institutions, organizations and companies around the world accept a good score from the TOEFL test as an English Proficiency certificate for job applications. For more detailed information about the TOEFL Test, visit its official website http://www.ets.org/toefl. Who Is TOEFL Required? Those who want to be exempted from the English preparatory classes of universities can benefit from this exam. Those who want to apply for undergraduate, graduate or doctorate degrees to universities in the USA, Canada, Australia and England where the medium of instruction is English can benefit from this exam. Generally, the acceptance grade is 79 and above. English documented the level of job applicants available to companies that require language or who want to get compensation (Turkey Business Bank, Turkish Airlines, Anadolu Insurance, Garanti Bank and Akbank like) can benefit from this test. Those who wish to apply for immigration or employment to various countries can benefit from this exam. Which Institutions Accept the TOEFL Exam? • Many Universities and Colleges, especially in America, Canada, Australia and England, where the language of instruction is English, • Professional Institutions and Organizations, • Immigration departments, • Visa departments for Australia and England to examine the detailed list of institutions and organizations that accept TOEFL exams. ; You can visit http://www.ets.org/toefl/ibt/about/who_accepts_scores.