Posted at October 02, 2021 by Tiffani Tirta Chanjaya

TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) is a standardized test that assesses a person's ability to communicate in English. The TOEFL test score is now commonly accepted as proof of eligibility for admission to a university or school, particularly in English-speaking nations, such as the United States or the United Kingdom. Not long ago, BNEC hosted a TOEFL test for Binusian, supported by the Englishvit course, to help many individuals assess their English skills in the TOEFL examination. Even though we are still in the midst of a pandemic, BNEC managed to carry off this event by hosting it online.

The test lasted for four days and was split into two sessions on September 17 - 20, 2021. The schedules and rundown of the event were identical. The session began with the participants filling out attendance forms, outlining the rules as they entered the web test, designating breakout rooms, and then beginning the test. Reading comprehension, structure and writing expression, and listening comprehension components were all included in the test. The day's session came to a close with a briefing on the test evaluation and the distribution of certificates to the 536 attendees.

Some of the TOEFL test's staff provided their ideas and perspectives on the overall evaluation. This event was going well, and the communication process was also easy. While there were some issues, the entire staff was able to work together to solve them. The staff also discussed what they gained from the event, including new experiences, teamwork, hospitality skills, connections, and problem-solving abilities. Finally, the event's benefits are felt not just by the attendees, but also by the staff.