TOEFL | 87-109
Most professionals who hold a master's degree are expected to be competent in both speaking and writing grammar skills.
The ability to use English in simple, repetitive contexts is essential for work. However, the ability to carry on a dialogue in English is also important in a wide variety of situations.
Applicable to :
The candidate can usually understand the main ideas of standard speech on familiar topics experienced in work, school, or during leisure time. The candidate can usually comprehend the main point of radio or TV programs on current affairs or topics of personal or professional interest when the delivery is slow and clear.
The candidate is able to hold a conversation on most topics that might come up while travelling in an area where the language is spoken. The candidate is able to initiate a conversation on topics that are familiar, of personal interest, or relevant to everyday life without any preparation (e.g. family, hobbies, work, travel, and current events).
The candidate can use different types of phrases to describe experiences, events, dreams, hopes, and ambitions. The candidate can also provide reasons and explanations for opinions and plans. Lastly, the candidate can narrate a story or describe the plot of a book or film and reactions.
The candidate can understand texts that are mostly composed of high frequency, commonplace language. They can also comprehend accounts of events, emotions, and desires in personal letters.
The candidate can write clearly and concisely about topics that are familiar or of personal interest, as well as write personal letters describing experiences and impressions in an interesting way.