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The TOEIC Speaking and Writing tests, objective and fair tests to assess the global workforce

The TOEIC® Speaking and Writing tests have become a standard by decision makers worldwide, who use the TOEIC test to determine who can communicate effectively on an independent and proficient level in English across borders and cultures with coworkers and clients.

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The TOEIC Speaking and Writing tests certification offers an international standard for measuring and determining language skills of non-native speakers in the daily life and global workplace. The tests use common everyday vocabulary, phrases and key expressions that reflect real-world tasks and provide information that enables score users to fairly and easily:

In addition, Governments use the TOEIC Listening and Reading test and the TOEIC Speaking and Writing tests as a valid accreditation to help them make vital decisions for immigration and naturalisation purposes.

TOEIC Speaking & Writing Test Content

The tests take in total 1½ hours to complete, if taken together. Test takers speak and write in English and give their responses to real-world questions and scenarios. The test does not require specialised knowledge or vocabulary beyond that of a person who uses English in everyday life and work activities.

Learn more about the TOEIC Listening and Reading Test

Link Download the TOEIC Listening and Reading Examinee Handbook

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ETS standard for assessing French-language proficiency for the academic and workplace environment.

For more than 60 years, ETS have set the standard for assessing English language skills in the workplace and continues to do so with the international recognised TFI test, the French-language proficiency test for people whose native language is not French.

The TFI test offers an international standard for measuring and determining who can communicate effectively on an independent and proficient level (CEFR: A2-C1) in French in business and academic environments. The test uses a common everyday vocabulary, phrases and key expressions that reflect real-world tasks and provide information that enable score users and decision makers to fairly and easily:

TFI Test content

The TFI test is a paper-and-pencil, multiple-choice assessment. There are two timed sections of 90 items per section of the test. The test does not require any specialised knowledge or vocabulary beyond that of a person who uses French in everyday life and work activities.

Link - More detailed information on test content and sample questions can be found here

TFI Examinee Handbook