The TOEIC® test measures the everyday English skills of people working in a business environment. The TOEIC test offers a broad array of guides, manuals and handbooks to meet the needs of learners, administrators and researchers.
TOEIC® Listening and Reading Test
2010 TOEIC Test Taker Data — Provides data from the 2010 TOEIC® Listening and Reading Background Questionnaire
TOEIC Listening and Reading Examinee Handbook — Gives test takers information on test format and content, and answers questions about taking the test.
TOEIC Listening and Reading Score Descriptors — See test-takers' typical strengths and weaknesses at various proficiency levels.
TOEIC User's Guide — Provides managers, teachers and school administrators with information on how to understand and use TOEIC scores.
TOEIC Can-Do Guide — These tables describe how easily test takers in certain score bands should be able to complete English language activities.
Mapping the TOEIC® and TOEIC Bridge™ Tests on the Common European Framework of Reference — TOEIC test scores correspond with proficiency levels outlined by the CEFR.
TOEIC Listening and Reading Rank Table — Provides percentile ranks for section scaled scores. A percentile rank score refers to the percentage of the TOEIC Secure Program population in the most recent three years who score below a particular scaled score.
TOEIC® Speaking and Writing Test
TOEIC Bridge™ Test
Additional policies for disabilities can be located on the Disability Documentation Policy Statements and Forms web page.
TOEIC Success Stories — See how and why leading global corporations and language programs use the TOEIC test.