What does TOEIC stand for?
- The Test of English for International Communication.
What level do I need to be?
- The exam is a multi-level exam
What is on the exam?
- The TOEIC bases its questions on real-world business scenarios. The business context is international and collaborative and so will cover a wide range of common situations including seminars, business trips, phone conversations and conference calls, etc.
- The TOEIC is a two-hour multiple-choice exam consisting 200 questions. Half of the test evaluates listening comprehension while the remainder of the exam determines at student’s level of reading comprehension.
- A candidate will receive independent marks for written and oral comprehension as well on a scale from 5 to 495 points.
- The total score adds up to a scale from 10 to 990 points.
How will it help me?
- The test is used by organisations to determine whether an employee is suitable for a particular task. If you work or want to work for a large organisation, particularly in Asia, then the TOEIC test will be useful to you.
How can I prepare for this exam?
- Students can practise TOEIC tests and attend TOEIC preparation classes at our IH Chiang Mai centre.
For more information, visit the TOEIC homepage at homepage at www.ets.org/toeic