Score Reports for Test Takers
When test takers participate in the Public Testing Program and take the TOEIC® Listening and Reading test independently, they receive a score report directly from the local ETS Preferred Network office.
The score report lists their Listening, Reading and total scores in a simple, easy-to-understand format.
Score Reports for Schools and Employers
When test takers participate in the Institutional Testing Program, where the TOEIC Listening and Reading test is administered at their employers, universities or language schools, a local ETS Preferred Network office will score it. Results are reported in a score roster to the test-taker's employer or school.
Intended for internal use only, the roster cannot be used by test takers as an indication of their official score. The roster includes:
- individual scores (Listening Comprehension, Reading Comprehension and total scores)
- scores from the most recent testing session (average score, frequency distribution and range of scores)
- scores from all testing sessions within the same institution
- scores within the client's industry and country
- specialized reports that can be reproduced at the client’s request, which may include organizational results for all test takers during a given time period or in certain job categories
Certificate of Achievement
This lists the Listening, Reading and total scores for individual test takers and serves as a credential that job seekers can present to potential employers. These certificates are only authorized for organizations that are operated and proctored by an ETS Preferred Network office.
Learn how to recognize TOEIC® Listening and Reading score reports and certificates.
Test takers who feel their scores do not accurately reflect their ability in English can contact their local ETS Preferred Network office within three months of the test date. The office will rescore the answer sheet and give the test taker a second score report. If a discrepancy is found between the first and second scores, the office will pay for the rescoring. However, if a discrepancy is not found, the test taker may be charged a small fee for rescoring.