TOEIC Listening & Reading
Worldwide standard for assessing English skills in the workplace
With more than 6 million test takers each year, the TOEIC® Listening and Reading test has become a standard for assessing English-language listening and reading skills needed in the workplace (CEFR A1 to C1).
- Listening skills are important for face-to-face communication, meetings, videoconferencing, podcasts and telephone conversations between colleagues and with customers.
- Reading skills are necessary for email, reports, newsletters and other forms of everyday workplace correspondences.
The TOEIC Listening and Reading test is a paper-and-pencil, multiple-choice assessment.
There are two timed sections of 100 questions each.
|Section I: Listening Comprehension||Section II: Reading Comprehension|
|Test takers listen to a variety of questions and short conversations recorded in English, then answer questions based on what they have heard. There are four parts:
Part 1: Photographs
Part 2: Question-Response
Part 3: Conversations
Part 4: Short Talks
|Test takers read a variety of materials and then answer questions based on what they read. There are three parts:
Part 5: Incomplete sentences
Part 6: Text Completion
Part 7: Reading Comprehension
The test takes approximately 2½ hours, with:
– 45 minutes for Section I
– 75 minutes for Section II
TOEIC tests: http://www.etsglobal.org/Pl/Eng/Tests-Preparation/The-TOEIC-Tests
Sample test: http://www.etsglobal.org/Pl/Eng/Tests-Preparation/The-TOEIC-Tests/Sample-Tests/TOEIC-Listening-and-Reading-Sample-test
Scores overview: http://www.etsglobal.org/Pl/Eng/Tests-Preparation/The-TOEIC-Tests/The-TOEIC-Listening-and-Reading-Test/Scores-Overview
Contact us to learn more about the test, preparation courses or exam dates:
Miss Marinela Ivanova
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