I put up in Brampton and want to know which will be the nearest place for me to give Toefl and how to apply for it.waiting for reply
cheer_up said:Hey sonibun
Okay, I actually registered for the TOEFL on the phone by calling 1-800-468-6335 (the TOEFL Registration Centre). I paid $130 USD at that time....March 2005.
There is a location in Toronto (Thomson Prometric Center). It is located at 4025 Yonge St. Suite 215 (Yonge/Yorkmills Subway). Phone: 416-250-0073. The other one is in Etobicoke located at: 56 Aberfoyle Crescent, Suite 100. Phone: 416-236-2629. I think you should call up the TOEFL Register Centre to register and ask for a location in Brampton. Hope that helps.
Good luck on your test.
I'm writing my EE in may......do i have to write my TOEFL BEFORE i can take my EE?????? Or can i just do it later.
cheer_up said:Hey Dr. Daria
You could take the TOEFL after the EE provided that you have the TOEFL results to submit to the dental schools by their deadlines. Make sure you check which schools accept the TOEFL and which ones don't. For example, UBC only accepts the IELTS and not the TOEFL and I have no idea what the difference is. Since I am exempt from taking either the TOEFL or the IELTS for Canadian dental schools, I don't know much about the IELTS and when you can take it. You should go to the dental schools' websites and check out the info regarding the IELTS.
Hi Cheer up!
Thanks for answering my question! Helps alot! But ur answer made me wonder about something else.....how do u get exempt from it? hmmm??
cheer_up said:Hey Dr.Daria
You're welcome. I get exempt because I AM SPECIAL ....yeah right.... just kidding . Okay, seriously, I get exempt because I grew up in Canada and I obtained almost all of my education (starting from grade 4 onwards) in Canada and then I went to England to do dentistry. It's a long story for me. Hope that answers your question Generally, I think if you have something like 4 or 6 years of schooling in North America, beginning from high school, then you'll be exempt from taking the TOEFL or the IELTS. Don't worry about the IELTS as I heard it's quite an easy test. Good luck
Dr.Daria said:WHOOO HOOOOO thats good news.....if u think ur story is long.....u should hear mine!! I fall in the same category.....well except that didn't go to England...but atleast thats one less thing i have to do! Thanks again! But guess what....thats right i have another question (dont u feel special i dont just ask anyone!). Have u taken the EE? Or studying for it? I'm using dental decks and previous NDBE...both part 1 and 2....and ofcourse all my books from school....am i on the right track? I'm wondering if its nuff.....and how similar the EE are to the NDBE? I've heard they concentrate more on part 2....but dont know how true that is. Am i missing anything in my study material? I asked this on site before....but i didn't get an answer