TOEIC® stands for the Test of English for International Communication. The test is designed to measure one's communication proficiency in the global workplace. English is increasingly used in various countries around the world. The questions in the TOEIC test are adapted to many different settings and situations, such as: general business, manufacturing, finance, corporate development, offices, personnel, purchasing, technical areas, housing, travel, dining out, entertainment and health.
The sample of TOEIC question above shows a conversation between two office workers about the sending of notes from the already conducted sales meeting to the company's accountant. This is a typical conversation which we usually encounter in an office where the use of English is a must. TOEIC test is not designed for academic purposes. Students can take TOEFL or IELTS if they want to study in international universities.
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