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TOEFL iBT® Test Locations and Dates

Test Your Way

Feeling safe and comfortable during testing is important and contributes to your success. It's your test — you choose where to take it.

The TOEFL iBT® test is offered more than 60 times a year at authorized test centers around the world, and 4 days a week from almost anywhere with the TOEFL iBT® Home Edition.

Test At Home

The TOEFL iBT Home Edition is a convenient option for those who prefer to take their test at home. It's available everywhere that TOEFL® testing is normally available, except Mainland China and Iran. Trusted and accepted by universities worldwide, the TOEFL iBT Home Edition is identical in content, format and on-screen experience to a test taken at a test center. You take it on your own computer and are monitored online by a human proctor.

Learn more about this testing option and find out how to register.

TOEFL iBT Home Edition website

Test at a Test Center

TOEFL iBT test centers are open in all areas where it is safe to do so. Openings can vary by location and depend on local conditions and government requirements, which are outside of ETS's control. ETS remains committed to the health and safety of test takers and staff at all our test centers.

Be sure to review What to Expect on Test Day to learn about the safety procedures you must follow, and check with your local test center for a complete list of health and safety procedures they've implemented.

Find a Test Center

Use our test center search to search by location and date. This search offers the most up-to-date information, including seat availability.

Search Test Centers

Note: You don't need to create an ETS account to search for testing location, but you will need to create an account to search for Home Edition test dates.

Choosing Your Test Date

Choosing a location is pretty simple, but how do you make sure you pick the right test date? The most important consideration is your deadlines. We recommend picking a date at least 2 to 3 months before your earliest admissions application or other deadline to allow plenty of time for score reporting and, if needed, retesting.