TOEIC EXAM

About TOEIC Exam

In today’s work environment English proficiency has become a necessity.

TOEIC can help you achieve your goal as an individual looking to stand out or an organization seeking to build a more skilled team or prepare work-ready students.

TOEIC has set the standard for assessing English-language skills needed in the workplace for over 35 years, with about 7 million tests administered every year in over 160 countries.

What is the TOEIC test?

Test of English for International Communication (TOEIC) is an English language test specifically for professionals who work in an international environment and whose mother tongue is not English. At the TOEIC exam you can not fail, but each participant achieves a score that corresponds exactly to his linguistic level. A wide competence area is measured from beginner to advanced. The test does not require any specific knowledge or vocabulary, but only English skills necessary for daily work.

What are the benefits of the TOEIC exam?

The TOEIC is already being used by thousands of companies and institutions around the world. Each year, more than three million participants complete it worldwide. The test is objective and fair and internationally recognized. You can take the test.

  •  To determine your current level of English proficiency.
  • To prove your professional qualification.
  • Set and review learning goals.
  • Involve your employer in further education.

Who can participate in the TOEIC test?

In principle, everyone. You can register as an individual for a test date from our test plan, or arrange an individual test appointment at short notice. For companies, we organize test dates in the company or at school.

Listening and Reading

The Listening and Reading test measures the everyday English listening and reading skills needed to work in an international environment.

Prove Your English-language Proficiency in the Competitive Global Job Market.

Listening skills are essential for effective face-to-face communication, meetings, Videoconferencing, teleconferencing, podcasts and telephone conversations.

Reading skills are necessary for email, written reports, newsletters and other forms of business correspondence.

Speaking and Writing

The Speaking and Writing tests are valid assessments of English-language speaking and writing skills for the workplace.

Prove Your English-language Proficiency in the Competitive Global Job Market.

  • Speaking skills are important for effective presentations, face-to-face communication, meetings, videoconferencing, teleconferencing and telephone.
  • Writing skills are necessary for clear, persuasive emails and other forms of business correspondence.

Through a secure testing and scoring process we ensure that:

  • No matter the place and time test taker have the same experience.
  • Scores remain comparable and fair across administrations.
  • To provide an accurate evaluation of your ability to communicate in English, test questions are based on real life work situations.

On Test Day

Test sessions begin when you are admitted to the test center and end when you leave.

What to Bring

You must bring the following information and materials with you on test day:

Two forms of valid identification (ID) with your name, signature and photograph. ID cannot be expired. Acceptable forms of valid identification include:

  • Passport
  • Driver’s license
  • State ID
  • National ID
  • Two #2 pencils with good erasers.

 

Prohibited Personal Items

You are not allowed to keep your personal belongings with you while taking the test. Personal belongings may be left in your car or a locker if one is provided at the test center.

Prohibited personal items include, but are not limited to:

  • Purses
  • Pocketbooks
  • Backpacks
  • Cell Phones
  • Any Electronic Devices
  • Calculators
  • Watch Alarms
  • Mobile Phones
  • Listening Devices
  • Recording or Photographic Equipment
  • Books
  • Dictionaries

 

How to Prepare

Being well rested and relaxed on the day of the test is as important as studying and practicing your language skills before the test. Here are some things you can do to put yourself in a good frame of mind on test day:

  • Dress comfortably for any room temperature.
  • Eat a well-balanced meal before the test.
  • Allow plenty of time to arrive at the test center on schedule.
  • Be sure to have directions to the test center beforehand.

 

During the Test

  • Work carefully and quickly.
  • Do not linger on any one question.
  • Mark answers on the answer sheet and not in the answer book.
  • Write neatly.
  • Try to answer every question to the best of your ability.
  • Pay attention to the time, and pace yourself accordingly.

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