TOEIC® Tests: English for the Global Workplace

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Why take the TOEIC® test? 

TOEIC® has set the standard for assessing a person's English language proficiency in the workplace, and more than 14,000 companies, government agencies and English language learning programs have used it to assess potential candidates for jobs. Succeeding on TOEIC® tests means earning an internationally recognized credential.

 

Your test score informs you about your current language strengths and weaknesses, helping you in identifying room for improvement. Learn more about this test.

What are the TOEIC® tests?

The TOEIC® family of tests provide an objective, reliable measure of language skills as they are used in international business and for other workplace purposes. These tests assess language skills that are used in daily life and the workplace. Test takers provide responses to real-world questions and scenarios. The tests use common everyday vocabulary, phrases and key expressions used in business.

You do not need specialized business or other knowledge to do well on the tests. 

AMIDEAST administers one type of this test, the TOEIC® Listening & Reading Test.

How can I prepare for the TOEIC®?

There are many ways you can use to ensure that you're ready for this test. Here are some steps for success on TOEIC tests.

How do I register for TOEIC®?

Public testing dates are offered once a month at AMIDEAST/Lebanon. Please contact us to enquire about the upcoming dates. 

To register, you need to come in person, present a valid ID, and pay the $90 test fees (via cash or check).

What about my scores?

Scores are used to measure a test taker's English language proficiency at the time that a test is administered. Because English language skills may improve or decline over time, a score report will not be re-issued if two years have passed since taking the test. Use the TOEIC test scores on your resume!

TOEIC and TOEIC Listening & Reading are registered trademarks of Educational Testing Service (ETS) in the United States and other countries, used under license.