TOEIC® test

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The TOEIC test has been from more than 30 years the global standard for mapping structure English-language communicating skills. The TOEIC tests, covering the TOEIC Listening and Reading test and the TOEIC Speaking and Writing tests are used by more than 10,000 businesses, organizations and government agencies in more than 120 countries. In 2010, more than six million TOEIC tests administered around the world, well establishing the TOEIC Program as the broadest and most massively used English-communication language rating for workplace. For more information on TOEIC tests and further assistance visit www.ets.org/toeic.

Japan was the first country that followed the TOEIC test (Test of English for International Communication) and created by Educational Testing Service (ETS), a U.S. nonprofit test advancement academy as a usual universal yardstick for mapping English skills. Since the first TOEIC Secure Program (SP) test developed in December 1979, nowadays this test has been gradually accepted not only by Japan but massively increase their service around the world as the global standard for English communication skill rating. Various companies, schools and many other organizations, as well as individuals are using TOEIC test as a impressive way as an opportunity to check the English skill levels for their employees and students. The TOEIC test is running over 120 countries around the world.

Recently ETS added the TOEIC Speaking and Writing tests to the TOEIC program. These tests added extra weight at the TOEIC Listening and Reading test, granting for a full rating of a person’s skill in communicate in English across four language skills.