Toeic

Topics: Common European Framework of Reference for Languages, Measurement, Reading comprehension Pages: 18 (1535 words) Published: October 13, 2013
Listening. Learning. Leading.®

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solutions for everyone

Certification
Training
Recruitment
Motivation
Promotion
Progress measurement

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Introduction to the TOEIC® Listening and Reading test
Aim: to measure and certify the level of general and workplace English

for people whose native language is not English
Skills tested: Listening and Reading Comprehension
Levels measured: low to advanced (levels A1-C1 of the CEFRL*) Personalised score feedback: outlines candidates’ competences, strengths

& weaknesses, and areas for improvement

Format

• Recruitment
• Motivation tool (target-setting)
• Language training (progress measurement)
• Group-level splitting
• Proficiency mapping
• Immigration
• Pass criterion for diploma

* CEFRL: Common European Framework of Reference for Languages

Usage

The TOEIC® Listening and Reading Test is a
multiple-choice paper-based test.
The test is in 2 parts:
• Listening Comprehension: 100 questions – 45 min.
• Reading Comprehension: 100 questions – 75 min.
Total = 200 questions – 2 hours
Score range: from 10 to 990 points
(5 to 495 for each part)

Preparation tools
for the TOEIC® Listening
and Reading test
Practice books: please have a look
at our available list of books on our
website:
www.etsglobal.org

Benefits
Recognised worldwide: over 6 million tests
administered in 2010
Customized and detailed score report
for better understanding
Quick score turnaround time
Easy set-up
Correlated onto the CEFRL* levels

For further information:

www.etsglobal.org

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TOEIC
Speaking and Writing
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Introduction to the TOEIC® Speaking and Writing tests
Aim: to measure and certify the level of English-language speaking and writing

skills of non-native speakers for the workplace
Skills tested: Oral and Written Expression
Levels measured: low to advanced (levels A1-C1 of the CEFRL*) Personalised score feedback: outlines candidates’ competences, strengths & weaknesses, and areas for improvement

Usage

Format

• Recruitment
• Motivation tool (target-setting)
• Language training (progress measurement)
• Group-level splitting
• Proficiency mapping
• Promotion, Mobility, Expatriation
• Immigration
• Pass criterion for diploma

The TOEIC® Speaking and Writing tests are
administered by computer at ETS approved
centres.
The tests last 1 hour 20 min.
• Speaking Test: 11 questions – 20 min.
• Writing Test: 8 questions – 1 hour
Score range: 0 to 200 points for each test

Preparation tools
for the TOEIC® Speaking
and Writing tests
Online tools: The TOEIC® Speaking and Writing
Online Preparation Tool (cf. “Online Preparation
Tool”)
Practice books: please check the full list of
available books on: www.etsglobal.org

For further information:

Measures proficiency in oral and written
expression
Recognised worldwide
Reliable scores
Personalised and detailed score reports
for better understanding of the results
Correlated onto the CEFRL* levels

www.etsglobal.org

* CEFRL: Common European Framework of Reference for Languages

Benefits

“Successful
English

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assessment of
beginner to
intermediate
learners



TOEIC Bridge



TEST

Introduction to the TOEIC Bridge™ test
Aim: to measure and certify the level of general English for people whose

native language is not English
Skills tested: Listening and Reading Comprehension
Levels measured: low to Intermediate (Levels A1-B1 on the CEFRL*) Personalised score feedback: outlines candidates’ competences, strengths

& weaknesses, and areas for improvement

Usage

Format

• Group-level splitting
• Motivational tool (target setting)...
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