What is TOEIC?
The Test of English for International Communication (TOEIC) is a test that examines the candidates’ language level in English. More specifically, it assesses their ability to understand and produce everyday speech in international business transactions. It is a multiple-choice questions test that evaluates the language level of candidates in English.
There are two different types of examination.
The TOEIC Listening & Reading Test consists of two comprehension tests equal in score which have a maximum total score of 990 points.
TOEIC Listening Comprehension
PART 1: photos (10 questions)
PART 2: questions - answers (30 questions)
PART 3: short dialogues (30 questions)
PART 4: short speeches (30 questions)
TOEIC Reading comprehension
PART 5: incomplete suggestions (40 questions)
PART 6: unfinished texts (12 questions)
PART 7: text comprehension (48 questions)
The score of each of the two parts ranges from 5 to 495. The overall score ranges from 10 to 990. No negative score. The total score results only from the sum of the points of the correct answers.
The TOEIC Bridge exam is an ideal starting point for a successful professional career for English students.