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About the Redesigned TOEIC Bridge® Tests

As the use and the learning of English evolves and changes, it is increasingly important to obtain a complete and accurate picture of an individual's early proficiency in all four English-language communication skills. To meet market needs, ETS has launched the redesigned TOEIC Bridge® tests in select markets. This comprehensive suite of assessments includes all four essential communication skills — Listening, Reading, Speaking and Writing — and measures basic to intermediate English proficiency in everyday life and common workplace scenarios.

Individual skills can be combined into complementary test modules offering flexibility, efficiency and convenience. As part of the globally-recognized TOEIC® program, the redesigned TOEIC Bridge tests evaluate foundational English-language proficiency with the same rigor and reliability as the TOEIC® Listening and Reading test and TOEIC® Speaking and Writing tests.

View the full announcement from the TOEIC Program.

Introduction to the Redesigned TOEIC Bridge Tests


Watch this brief introduction to the redesigned TOEIC Bridge tests and their place within the TOEIC program.

Benefits of the Redesigned Tests

The tests were designed to align with recognized international language-learning frameworks, include the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR), and to help organizations:

  • make screening and placement decisions
  • meet English-language program entrance and exit requirements
  • monitor learning progress
  • develop individuals on the path to advanced English proficiency

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View the Mapping the Redesigned TOEIC Bridge® Tests on the CEFR flyer.

View the Redesigned TOEIC Bridge® Tests flyer.