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TOEFL iBT®  test schedule:

TOEFL iBT : 09-Jun-2017, 11:00
TOEFL iBT : 24-Jun-2017, 11:00
TOEFL iBT : 15-Jul-2017, 11:00
TOEFL iBT : 29-Jul-2017, 11:00
TOEFL iBT : 05-Aug-2017, 11:00
TOEFL iBT : 12-Aug-2017, 11:00
TOEFL iBT : 26-Aug-2017, 11:00
TOEFL iBT : 16-Sep-2017, 11:00
TOEFL iBT : 22-Sep-2017, 11:00
TOEFL iBT : 23-Sep-2017, 11:00
TOEFL iBT : 29-Sep-2017, 11:00
TOEFL iBT : 30-Sep-2017, 11:00
TOEFL iBT : 14-Oct-2017, 11:00
TOEFL iBT : 21-Oct-2017, 11:00
TOEFL iBT : 28-Oct-2017, 11:00
TOEFL iBT : 03-Nov-2017, 11:00
TOEFL iBT : 04-Nov-2017, 11:00
TOEFL iBT : 17-Nov-2017, 11:00
TOEFL iBT : 18-Nov-2017, 11:00
TOEFL iBT : 02-Dec-2017, 11:00
TOEFL iBT : 08-Dec-2017, 11:00
TOEFL iBT : 09-Dec-2017, 11:00
TOEFL iBT : 16-Dec-2017, 11:00

  • TOEFL

    What is the TOEFL® test?

    If you are planning to study abroad, the TOEFL test is the one test that can take you anywhere. In fact, more institutions accept the TOEFL test scores than any other test scores in the world — more than 7,000 colleges, universities and licensing agencies in more than 130 countries, to be exact.

    The TOEFL iBT test measures how well you read, listen, speak and write in English and use these skills together in the university classroom. For example, you might read a passage or listen to a lecture, and then write or speak about what you learned.

    How does the TOEFL®  test work?

    In 2005, ETS created a new version of the TOEFL test, the internet based TOEFL test available in all countries including Romania. – The TOEFL iBT is testing all four necessary abilities: reading, listening, speaking and writing.
    The speaking section includes 6 parts. The answers are recorded and transmitted online to the ETS Evaluation Network, where evaluators are scoring the tests according to the ETS standards.

    Why take the TOEFL®  test?

    No matter where in the world you want to study, the TOEFL test can help get you there. You will be eligible for admission to virtually any institution in the world — including the top colleges and universities in the U.S., Canada, U.K., Australia and New Zealand. See Everything you need to know about theTOEFL® test

    The TOEFL test gives you more flexibility on when, where and how often you can take the test, and more practice tools and feedback, than any other English-language test in the world.

    You will be able to listen to lectures, view films, attend seminars, read textbooks, perform online research, speak with professors and other students, write academic papers, reports, e-mails and more.

    TOEFL Test Format

    Section Number of questions Time
    Reading 3-5 texts
    12-14 questions/text
    60-100 minutes
    Listening 4-6 texts, 6 questions/text
    2-3 conversations, 5 questions/conv.
    60-90 minutes
    Mandatory Break 10 minutes
    Speaking 6 tasks: 2 independent and 4 integrated 20 minutes
    Writing 1 integrated task
    1 independent task
    20 minutes
    30 minutes

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  • TOEIC

    What is the TOEIC test?

    The TOEIC test represents the global standard for measuring English language skills for business. More than 5 million people each year take the TOEIC® test to advance their careers. And, for 30 years, the TOEIC® test scores have helped thousands of corporations, educational institutions and governments throughout the world recruit, hire and promote the most qualified candidates.

    The new TOEIC® Speaking and Writing Test has been added to the TOEIC® English-language learning product line. They complement the TOEIC® Listening and Reading Test for a full assessment of a person’s ability to communicate in English across all four language skills.

    How does it work?

    The TOEIC test has two parts: Listening & Reading, respectively Speaking & Writing

    TOEIC® Listening & Reading Test

    It is paper-based and it consists of 200 questions.
    The test takes about 2,5 hours to complete ( half an hour is dedicated to instructions).
    The 200 questions are divided into two parts:
    a) Listening: 45 minutes
    b) Writing: 75 minutes

    Register now  to take the TOEIC® Listening and Reading test at an ETS Global authorised test centre.

    TOEIC® Speaking & Writing Test

    Is internet based and takes about 1,5 hours

    The speaking and writing parts are separate and the test taker receives separate scores for each of them.

    Register now  to take the TOEIC Speaking and Writing tests at an ETS Global authorised test centre.

    Why TOEIC®?

    An objective assessment of workplace English that is a valuable credential for professionals
    With more than 4.5 million test takers annually, the TOEIC test is the global standard for measuring workplace English language proficiency
    The development process of the TOEIC test forms adheres to the strictest quality standards, ensuring that the test is fair, reliable and valid
    Provides descriptions of typical candidate performance on work-related tasks; in addition to score reports and certificates, ETS provides test-takers with a can-do table , a grid presenting possible scores and the corresponding English skills associated with them
    Local scoring, reporting and customer service provides clients and test takers with local contacts and native language customer service
    The redesigned test is more relevant than ever before to changing work environments
    This test was redesigned, and a new version launched in 2007, to obtain a better measure of workplace English; accordingly, in the new test:
    Emphasis is on workplace situations
    4 English accents have been included (Canadian, British, American and Australian)
    The capacity to understand new professional vocabulary is tested
    The capacity to connect information conveyed across multiple sentences is also tested

  • TOEIC Bridge

    What is TOEIC Bridge?

    The TOEIC Bridge test measures competence in listening to and reading in English, at beginner to intermediate levels (levels A1 to B1 of the CEFRL). It is a reliable and valid assessment that is internationally recognised, and has proved to be a good motivational tool to encourage beginners to proceed to the next level. Test-takers can also use the scores to focus on areas of improvement.

    How does TOEIC Bridge work?

    • The Bridge test is a paper-and-pencil based assessment, comprising 100 multiple-choice questions in 2 sections – oral and written comprehension
    • It lasts less than an hour and features questions that are easier to answer than those on the TOEIC test
    • Candidates are given a total score ranging from 20 to 180 points (10 to 90 on each section)
    • They are also given sub-scores that help pinpoint areas of weakness and strength; on grammar, vocabulary, listening and reading strategies and functions

    Who uses the TOEIC Bridge test?

    • Students who are in the first stage of a language course
    • Professionals who require a rudimentary knowledge of English at the workplace
    • Teachers and students to assess, practice, and improve listening and reading comprehension of English
    • In organisational training programmes, to both assess the level of learners at the beginning of a course, as well as to encourage them to set and attain further learning goals
    • In language learning programmes, as a developmental tool that can be administered a number of times to assess progress in language learning
    • In language training, as a tool to measure instructional effectiveness – the scores of all students pursuing a language course can be examined to analyse the quality of the course itself
  • TFI

    What is the TFI test?

    The TFI test is a French language test for people who are not French native speakers.

    Just like the TOEIC test , the TFI test is an instrument created by ETS with the purpose of evaluating the persons abilities of using the French language in the professional or educational environment.

    How does the TFI test work?

    The TFI test slide on paper and consists of 180 multiple choice questions.
    Test takes about 2.5 hours (half hour is dedicated to the progress of the examination instructions).
    The 200 questions are divided into two sections:
    a) understanding the oral message: 90 questions in 42 minute
    b) understanding the message: 90 questions in 68 minute

    Why take the TFI test?

    As an objective and fair measure of language proficiency, the TFI test will provide quick score (in up to 2 weeks), completed with a description of the candidate’s ability to communicate in French described according to CERF (Common European Framework of Reference for Languages)

    There is no score or passing score of rejection. Following the test, the result is representative of when the candidate had exam.

  • ESOL

    University of Cambridge ESOL Examinations

    A certificate from Cambridge ESOL tells people a great deal about you and what you can do. It is recognized as proof of your language abilities by more than 8,500 employers, universities and government bodies around the world.

    First Certificate in English (FCE)

    What is FCE?

    FCE is an exam for people who can use everyday written and spoken English at an upper-intermediate level. It is an ideal exam for people who want to use English for work or study purposes.

    How does it work?

    FCE has five papers:
    Reading: 1 hour
    You will need to be able to understand information in fiction and non-fiction books, journals, newspapers and magazines.
    Writing: 1 hour 20 minutes
    You will have to show you can produce two different pieces of writing such as a short story, a letter, an article, a report, a review or an essay.
    Use of English: 45 minutes
    Your use of English will be tested by tasks which show how well you control your grammar and vocabulary.
    Listening: 40 minutes
    You need to show you can understand the meaning of a range of spoken material, including news programs, speeches, stories and anecdotes and public announcements.
    Speaking: 14 minutes
    You will take the Speaking test with another candidate or in a group of three, and you will be tested on your ability to take part in different types of interaction: with the examiner, with the other candidates and by yourself.

    Why FCE?

    FCE offers a clear pathway to higher qualifications such as the Certificate in Advanced English (CAE) and Certificate of Proficiency in English (CPE).
    FCE‘s ‘Can Do’ skills enable you to use English in real situations with confidence. FCE exams use real-life situations and are especially designed to help you communicate more effectively in your own life and to focus your language learning on the skills you will actually need.
    Because FCE exams focus on all four communication skills (Reading, Writing, Listening and Speaking) plus the use of English, you increase your confidence in using English in everyday situations.

    Certificate in Advanced English (CAE)

    What is CAE?

    CAE is an exam for advanced users of English. This exam is aimed at people who can use written and spoken English for most professional and social purposes. It is widely recognized for work or study purposes.

    How does it work?

    CAE has five papers:
    Reading: 1 hour 15 minutes
    You will need to be able to understand texts from publications such as fiction and non-fiction books, journals, newspapers and magazines.
    Writing: 1 hour 30 minutes
    You will have to show you can produce two different pieces of writing such as an article, a report, a proposal and a review.
    Use of English Paper: 1 hour
    Your use of English will be tested by tasks which show how well you can control your grammar and vocabulary.
    Listening: 40 minutes
    You need to show you can understand the meaning of a range of spoken material, including lectures, radio broadcasts, speeches and talks.
    Speaking: 15 minutes
    You will take the Speaking test with another candidate or in a group of three, and you will be tested on your ability to take part in different types of interaction: with the examiner, with the other candidate and by yourself.

    Why CAE?

    Passing CAE is a major step towards taking our highest qualification, CPE.
    CAE is a truly international exam, recognized by hundreds of employers as proof of advanced ability in English and also by universities and colleges as proof of ability to study in English to undergraduate level.
    Companies such as Microsoft, Airbus, IBM and PricewaterhouseCoopers recognize the value of CAE in their overseas offices.

    Certificate of Proficiency in English (CPE)

    What is CPE?

    CPE is Cambridge ESOL’s most advanced exam. It is aimed at people who use English for professional or study purposes.

    How does it work?

    CPE has five papers:
    Reading: 1 hour 30 minutes
    You will need to be able to understand the meaning of written English at word, sentence, paragraph and whole text level.
    Writing: 2 hours
    You will have to show you can produce a number of different items such as a short story, a letter, an article, a report or a composition, each of about 300—350 words.
    Use of English: 1 hour 30 minutes
    Your use of English will be tested by tasks which show how well you can control your grammar and vocabulary and how well you can summarize information.
    Listening: 40 minutes (approx)
    You need to show you can understand the meaning of a range of spoken material, including lectures, news programs and public announcements.
    Speaking: 19 minutes
    You will take the Speaking test with another candidate or in groups of three, and you will be tested on your ability to take part in different types of interaction: with the examiner, with the other candidates and by yourself.

    Why CPE?

    Cambridge ESOL is a department of the world-famous and historic University of Cambridge. Attaining one of its certificates is an achievement and a reward in itself. However, there are many other benefits to taking CPE:
    A CPE certificate is valid for life, you never need to take the exam again
    CPE is truly international, recognized around the world for business and study purposes
    Hundreds of employers, universities and government departments officially recognize CPE as proof of proficiency in English

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