TOEFL Exam

***Covid-19 Update***

Due to COVID-19, our testing center will only be open on Monday through Friday for in-person testing. Please check the schedule at ETS for available dates to sign up for the TOEFL exam 

Summary of Exam

The TOEFL is an English proficiency exam for candidates looking to get into educational institutions or advance in their professional companies. The exam has four sections in the following order: Reading, Listening, Speaking and Writing.

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ID Requirements

For those testing within their Country of Citizenship, you must provide a government-issued driver’s license or passport with name, photo, and signature.

Test takers testing outside of their country of citizenship, must present a valid passport with their name, photograph, and signature as their primary ID document. A driver’s license presented alongside a permanent resident’s card may also be accepted. Test takers testing outside of their country of citizenship who bring only a driver’s license will not be allowed to test.

Limited-term driver’s licenses will not be accepted as a valid form of ID.

For more specifics on ID requirements, as well as a list of other acceptable forms of ID, please visit https://www.ets.org/toefl/ibt/register/id

 

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Where can I park?

Parking information including instructions on how to pay for parking can be found [here].

  • What do I need to bring?

You will need to bring proper identification (see above) and a good attitude! A small snack or water is also encouraged. We will have everything else you will need to take the test.

  • How long is the exam?

The exam is about 4 hours long.

  • Are breaks allowed during the test?

You will have a mandatory 10-minute break between the Listening and Speaking portions. Unscheduled breaks may be taken at any time, however, testing time will not be stopped during any unscheduled breaks.

  • Where will I store my personal belongings during the test?

You will be provided a secure locker for your personal belongings before testing begins.