Test of English for International Communication (TOEIC)
The TOEIC exam is a paper and pencil test with a listening component and is a global standard for measuring English language skills for business. K-State administers the TOEIC Public Language paper/pencil test monthly.
If you are interested in taking the TOEIC proficiency test, visit the ETS-TOEIC website.
Please note: K-State does not accept the TOEIC language exam for admissions or language certification for employment. It is important that college students and college professionals confer with university officials on the applicability of the TOEFL and TOEIC exams.
Learn about the reading and listening sections of the test and review the examinee’s handbook.
The test fee for public testing sessions in the United States is $75. Other fees may apply for sending scores to United States or international locations.
What you should know and where to find preparation materials and other resources. Review the TOEIC sample questions.
Find out how to register, test center locations, how to receive special accommodations, how to cancel or change your registration and what to bring on test day.