Group Application

Two Testing Systems

There are two systems available for use of the TOEIC® Program by a group: the Institutional Program (IP Test) and the Secure Program Group Application.

In the IP Test, schools, companies, or other groups can set their own dates and places for testing. The Secure Program Group Application allows groups to register for the Secure Program sat by the general public.

Test Types

TOEIC stands for Test of English for International Communication, and is a global standard test that assesses a wide range of English communication skills. The TOEIC Program consists of two test brands and five tests to suit your purpose and the skills you wish to measure.

Tests You Can Take

TOEIC Program

Advantages of the Test


TOEIC® Listening & Reading Test

TOEIC® Speaking & Writing Tests

TOEIC Bridge® Test


This test measures a wide range of English communication skills.
For example, it can be used for the following.
  • If English communication skills need to be developed in a wide range of areas, from daily life to business.
  • If progress from beginner to advanced needs to be measured using the same yardstick.
This test directly measures the English-speaking and writing skills needed to communicate effectively.
For example, it can be used for the following.
  • If English expression skills in international business communication need to be improved.
  • If the four skills (listening, reading, speaking, writing) need to be improved in a balanced way in concert with the TOEIC L&R.
This test measures basic English communication skills.
For example, it can be used for the following.
  • If English communication skills need to be developed in daily life.
  • If a foundation for English skills needs to be developed starting from the basics.
  • If motivation for taking the TOEIC L&R need to be increased.
Content

Listening: about 45 minutes
Reading: 75 minutes

Speaking: about 20 minutes
Writing: about 60 minutes

With the IP Test, you can also take the TOEIC Speaking or the TOEIC Writing as stand-alone tests.

Listening: about 25 minutes
Reading: 35 minutes

Test format Optically-scanned answer sheet Uses a computer and headset Optically-scanned answer sheet
Test results 10 - 990 points
Assessed in steps of 5 points
Each test is from 0 to 200 points
Assessed in steps of 10 points
20 - 180 points
Assessed in steps of 2 points

Feel free to contact us with any questions, such as test types, how they are run, what to be aware of when sitting them, etc.

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