Practice Tests

Overview about TOEIC tests

The Test of English for International Communication (TOEIC) is an international standardized test of English language proficiency for non-native speakers. It is intentionally designed to measure the everyday English skills of people in an international environment, especially those who aim to use English in international communication and working environment. The results of TOEIC test reflect the level of proficiency when using English in work activities and daily life. TOEIC Certificate has a validity period of 02 years, suitable for those who need a certificate for graduation, application for jobs, or self-assessment.

The TOEIC Listening & Reading Test lasts two hours (45 minutes for Listening, and 75 minutes for Reading). It consists of 200 multiple-choice questions evenly divided between the listening and reading comprehension section. The test is divided into 7 smaller parts with different types of questions, requiring candidates to practice the corresponding skills to achieve the highest score. Given the length of the test and the relatively high difficulty level, if you enter the exam room completely unprepared with needed knowledge and skills, it will be very difficult for you to show your true capability. Please refer to the following articles to self prepare better as well as maintain confidence before your TOEIC exam!

TOEIC reference books

ETS TOEIC is an extremely popular and essential set of practice books for anyone studying or planning to take TOEIC test. The newly published series of books are updated every year, including 10 full-featured tests, is compiled with the latest TOEIC test structure standard.

The full 10 tests in the ETS TOEIC books include 100 TOEIC Listening questions and 100 TOEIC Reading questions, with the same difficulty level as in the real exam. The book is extremely suitable for those who want to test their skills as well as practice and enhance exam skills. However, the book does not have detailed explanation for tests' answers or grammar and vocabulary instructions, so if you do not master basic and necessary knowledge yet, you can refer to the following articles for further improvement!

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