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When your goal is university study, choose the test that helps you stand out to admissions officers and arrive on campus better prepared for the academic English demands of a university classroom. 90% of TOEFL® test takers surveyed got into their 1st or 2nd choice university,1 and you can, too! Are you ready to put that advantage to work for you?
Let's take a closer look at how you'll register for the test, and what you need to know before you do.
Find Test Centers and Dates
Use our search tool to find a test location, date and time that works for you. Afternoon appointments are now available!
Your ETS Account
Learn about what you can do with your account, and how to make sure you register using the correct name.
ID requirements vary based on where you're from and where you plan to take the test. Make sure you have proper ID!
What Does It Cost?
Find out how much it will cost you to take the TOEFL test, as well as payment and refund policies.
Use our convenient online system to register for a test or learn about other registration methods.
Cancel or Change Registration
Need to make changes to your test appointment? Find out how and when you need to do it.
ETS is committed to serving test takers with disabilities or health-related needs, and accommodations are available for those who meet ETS requirements. You'll need to submit your request and have your accommodations approved by ETS Disability Services before you can schedule your test. Download the necessary bulletins and forms and learn more about available accommodations and registration procedures at Disability Accommodations.
What Is the Retest Policy?
The required waiting period between tests is only 3 days, which allows for testing on consecutive weekends, giving you more opportunities to test and helping you meet urgent deadlines. You can take the test as many times as you wish. For the full retest policy, see the Registration Bulletin.
1 Source: Survey of 296 randomly selected university students who took the TOEFL test.