“We live in a test conscious, test-giving culture in which the lives of people are in part determined by their test performance.” 
Can Emotional Intelligence (EI) really impact the performance of TOEFL® test candidates?
The term “emotional intelligence” for most readers probably became a buzzword around 1995 with the publication of Harvard Dr. Daniel Goleman’s best-selling book, Emotional Intelligence.
Could heightened self-awareness and social awareness, empathy, and self-regulation of emotions in relation to others really predict performance at work and school?
Read on to learn of any impact EI has for TOEFL iBT® candidates, namely in the areas of test anxiety, time and stress management, and motivation.