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Test of Language by the Iranian Measurement Organization (TOLIMO) is a standard test to measure the English language level of proficiency of the non-native speakers wishing to continue higher education in Iranian universities. The test is accepted by many academic and professional institutions in Iran, especially for those who enroll PhD programs. TOLIMO is one of the two major English-language tests in Iran. The other one is MSRT, also known as MCHE. TOLIMO is held monthly by the NOET, Sazman-Sanjesh, an organization for the educational measurement and evaluation purposes for student's entrance to universities in Iran.[1]

The TOLIMO score varies between 310 and 677. Higher than 600 is considered as excellent, 520-599 is good, 480-519 is average. Lower than 479 is supposed as weak. The exam has a writing section that is evaluated separately. The score is between 1 and 6.


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