About the TOEIC Bridge® Tests
How to use TOEIC Bridge tests
Designed for beginning to intermediate learners, the TOEIC Bridge® tests measure all four English communication skills: listening, reading, speaking and writing. You can use TOEIC Bridge scores to:
- place students at appropriate English-language program levels
- highlight instruction areas that need improvement
- motivate learners to improve their English-language skills
- measure program and curriculum effectiveness
- determine academic and workplace readiness
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Test content and format
The TOEIC Bridge tests focus on communication tasks in everyday life and common workplace scenarios that reflect modern language uses and communication methods.
The score scale for each individual test is 15 to 50.
TOEIC Bridge Listening test
Test takers will respond to descriptions, questions, conversations and talks in English.
Test time: about 25 minutes
Test format: 50 multiple-choice questions grouped into 4 parts:
- Part 1: Four Pictures (6 questions)
- Part 2: Question-Response (20 questions)
- Part 3: Conversations (10 questions)
- Part 4: Talks (14 questions)
TOEIC Bridge Reading test
Test takers will complete sentences in written English and answer questions about short informational texts.
Test time: 35 minutes
Test format: 50 multiple-choice questions grouped into 3 parts:
- Part 1: Sentence Completion (15 questions)
- Part 2: Text Completion (15 questions)
- Part 3: Reading Comprehension (20 questions)
TOEIC Bridge Speaking test
Test takers will read texts aloud, ask for and provide information, describe and narrate events, and give opinions.
Test time: about 15 minutes
Test format: 8 questions grouped into 6 task types:
- Read a Short Text Aloud (2 questions)
- Describe a Photograph (2 questions)
- Listen and Retell (1 question)
- Short Interaction (1 question)
- Tell a Story (1 question)
- Make and Support a Recommendation (1 question)
TOEIC Bridge Writing test
Test takers will complete and write sentences, ask for and provide information, describe events and give opinions.
Test time: about 37 minutes
Test format: 9 questions grouped into 5 task types:
- Build a Sentence (3 questions)
- Write a Sentence (3 questions)
- Respond to a Brief Message (1 question)
- Write a Narrative (1 question)
- Respond to an Extended Message (1 question)