The TOEIC Bridge test focuses on your proficiency or overall ability to use English. Improvement in proficiency takes time and is generally achieved through a combination of practice and study.
Free Sample Questions
Sample questions are an excellent way to practice for the test and become familiar with its format. Sample questions for the TOEIC Bridge test can be found in the TOEIC Bridge® Sample Test.
Before taking the TOEIC Bridge test, you should read the TOEIC Bridge® Examinee Handbook to:
- become familiar with test directions and format
- learn how to mark answers on the answer sheet
- try sample questions in the handbook
Test Preparation Books
For test preparation books in your region, contact your local EPN member.
Test Preparation Tips
There are several things you can do every day to prepare for the TOEIC Bridge test. The more you practice, the easier it gets.
- Listening closely to the words in music, online broadcasts, radio, television and movies in English is a great way to improve your listening skills in English. The more you listen, the more you will understand vocabulary, idioms and expressions. Music helps you acquire the rhythm and stress patterns of spoken English.
- Reading is the best way to improve your vocabulary. English-language reading materials — newspapers, magazines, books and websites — are always available. Choose your favorites! Read materials that genuinely interests you and are not too challenging.
- Use the language every day. Each day, set some time aside to communicate only in English. Listen, read, speak and write in English every chance you get. The more you use the language, the better you'll become.
- Keep a journal. Write down what happens in your life every day. This is a great way to think in English. Read to yourself and read out loud. This will also help you listen to how the words sound.
To register for the TOEIC Bridge test, contact your local EPN member.