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About the TOEIC® Speaking and Writing Tests

How the TOEIC® Speaking and Writing Tests Benefit Your Organization

The TOEIC® Speaking and Writing tests are valid assessments of English-language speaking and writing skills for the workplace. The TOEIC Speaking and Writing tests can be taken together or separately. In addition, when taken together with the TOEIC® Listening and Reading test, they complement each other and provide a reliable measurement of all four English-language communication skills.

With about 7 million tests administered every year, the TOEIC tests are the most widely used worldwide. 14,000+ organizations across more than 160 countries trust TOEIC scores to make decisions for their business, academic institution or government agency.

Through evidence-centered test design, standardized and secured testing procedures as well as a rigorous scoring process, ETS ensures that:

  • the test delivers reliable and accurate scores decision makers can trust
  • test questions are based on real-world workplace situations
  • test scores remain fair and comparable across administrations

Give Your Organization a Global Advantage with the TOEIC Speaking and Writing Tests

  • Business organizations: Build a more skilled staff for your business.
    • Make more informed decisions on hiring, training and promoting the best candidates to roles where English skills matter the most.
  • Academic institutions: Prepare work-ready graduates for success.
    • Make more informed decisions on student admissions, placement and exiting.
    • Demonstrate the effectiveness of your English-language programs.
    • Enhance the global reputation of your institution.
  • Government agencies: Cultivate stronger global talent for your government.
    • Make more informed decisions within your government entity and for your country.
    • Bolster your international reputation.

When the TOEIC Speaking and Writing tests are taken together with the TOEIC Listening and Reading test, scores provide a comprehensive picture of test takers' English-language proficiency.