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Who takes the TOEIC® test?
TOEIC® test takers include:
People who use English in everyday work settings, such as business, hotels, hospitals, restaurants, airline industries, international meetings, conventions, and sports events.
Managerial, sales, and technical employees in international business, commerce, and industry where English language skills are necessary
People whose professional training will be conducted in English
People who want to have an internationally recognized measure of English proficiency for their resume or curriculum vitae
Who uses the TOEIC® test and how is it used?
Organizations The TOEIC® test has become a recognized standard for many organizations around the world that need to evaluate the English proficiency of prospective or existing employees. Appropriate uses of the TOEIC® test in organizations may include:
Recruiting, promoting, and placing employees – organizations may use the TOEIC® test to establish score standards, or benchmarks, based on the levels of English necessary to carry out particular responsibilities. These benchmarks are then used in making personnel decisions.
Technical training – TOEIC® test scores can be used to determine whether an individual has sufficient English proficiency to participate in and benefit from training that is conducted in English.
Overseas assignments – TOEIC® test scores can indicate whether an employee will be able to work and interact successfully if posted in an English – speaking country.
Language training – TOEIC® test scores can be used to identify employees who require further English language training, to set learning goals for them, and to check their progress.
Intensive English Programs
Administrators of language programs find that TOEIC® test is an excellent placement tool and a valuable measure of post-training efficiency.
Many universities and institutions of higher education require that their students take the TOEIC® test prior to graduation.
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