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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 at scheduled times during the year.

If you are interested in taking the TOEIC® proficiency test, visit the ETS website for more information about the test.

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.

About the TOEIC®Test

About the test content

Learn about the reading and listening sections of the test and review the examinee’s handbook.

TOEIC® public test fees

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.

How to prepare for your TOEIC® exam

What you should know and where to find preparation materials and other resources. Review the TOEIC sample questions.

Register for a TOEIC® exam

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.

TOEIC® public test dates

About your TOEIC® scores

TOEIC® home