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To make sure the TOEFL iBT® test is offered in your location, check your location.


Testing in China (except Hong Kong and Macau): Register at http://toefl.etest.net.cn/ or see http://www.neea.edu.cn/.
Save US$35 on a future TOEFL iBT Test

When you register for a TOEFL iBT test, you can also order the TOEFL® Value Pack Premium, which includes test preparation materials, five additional score reports and a US$35 discount off a future TOEFL iBT registration for only US$139 — a savings of 33%!

Register Online


  • Register 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Be sure the name you use when you register exactly matches the identification you will bring on test day. See Identification Requirements. You are required to enter at least one form of identification before you can register for a test date.
  • Pay with a credit/debit card: American Express®, Discover®, JCB®, MasterCard® or VISA®. You can also use a PayPal® account, or an electronic check (e-check) if you have a bank account in the United States or its territories. Payment methods are subject to change without notice.
    Note: American Express, Discover, JCB, MasterCard and e-checks are NOT accepted for the following locations: Benin, Côte d'Ivoire, Ghana, Kenya, Nigeria and Togo. Only VISA cards are accepted for those locations.
  • Registration closes seven days before your test date.
  • Late registration closes four days before your test date and has a late fee of US$40
  • Need help registering online? Use our step-by-step guide (PDF).
Register Online



Note: Test takers who have disabilities or health-related needs that require them to bring equipment, beverages or snacks into the testing room, take extra or extended breaks, or require another accommodation must register by mail and need to follow the accommodations request procedures described in the Bulletin Supplement for Test Takers with Disabilities or Health-related Needs (PDF).

Register By Phone


  • Review the Registration Form (PDF) before you call. Spell your name exactly as it appears on the identification you will bring on test day. See Identification Requirements.
  • Go to www.ets.org/toefl/contact and select your location to find the phone number for your Regional Registration Center (RRC).
  • Pay with credit/debit card: American Express, Discover, JCB, MasterCard or VISA; via a PayPal account; or use an electronic check (e-check) if you have a bank account in the United States or its territories.
  • Registration closes seven days before your test date (not including the day of the test).
  • Late registration by phone closes at 5 p.m. local test center time on the business day before the test and has a late fee of US$40.
Register By Mail


  • Download and fill out a Registration Form (PDF). Spell your name exactly as it appears on the identification you will bring on test day. See Identification Requirements.
  • Choose one of the payment methods listed on the form.
  • If you are testing outside the United States, U.S. territories and Canada, mail your form and payment to your RRC. To find the contact information for your RRC, go to www.ets.org/toefl/contact and select the country where you plan to test. If you are testing in the United States, a U.S. territory or Canada, use the mailing address listed on the Registration Form.
  • Forms must be received at least four weeks before your test date.
  • If you do not receive a confirmation, call the location where you mailed your paperwork — at least three business days before your registration deadline.
  • If you register by mail you will need to enter certain codes manually that are input automatically online. See Code Lists for Registering by Mail.

Note: Walk-in registration at the test center is not allowed.




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TOEFL iBT® Test Centers and Dates

TOEFL iBT® Test Centers and Dates

The TOEFL iBT® test, administered via the Internet, is offered more than 50 times a year at authorized test centers around the world.

To learn more about what to expect at a test center, watch our TOEFL iBT Testing Site video (Flash).
 
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Identification (ID) Requirements

Identification (ID) Requirements

When you register for a TOEFL iBT® test, you will be required to provide identification (ID) information. In addition, you must spell your name exactly as it appears on the primary ID document(s) you plan to bring to the test center on test day (other than hyphens, accents or spaces).
If the ID document you plan to bring contains a multiple-part first or last name, enter the names in the appropriate first or last name fields when you register so they exactly match the names on your ID. If your ID document contains only a first name or only a last name, you should still enter exactly what is on your ID. Note: The Middle Name field is optional, but if your ID shows a middle name, you should enter it so the names match exactly.
Test takers are responsible for bringing valid and acceptable ID each time they report to a test center. It is your responsibility to ensure that your ID documents are up-to-date and available on the day of the test.
If you do not bring valid and acceptable ID, or if the name on your ID does not exactly match the name on your registration, you will not be permitted to test and your test fee will not be refunded.

If you are concerned about a discrepancy, contact
TSReturns@ets.org before you register.
Your ID requirements depend on where you plan to test and your country of citizenship. Please review the general ID requirements below, then select the country/location where you plan to test to see specific ID requirements.
General ID Document Requirements

With few exceptions, ID documents must meet all of the following requirements. Each ID document must:

  • be an original document; photocopied documents are not acceptable
  • be valid; expired documents (bearing expiration dates that have passed) are not acceptable
  • include your full name exactly matching the name and the ID document used to register, excluding hyphens, accents or spaces
  • include a recent, recognizable photograph include your signature (the name on the ID and the signature name must match)
ID Requirements in the Country/Location Where You Plan to Test

Select the country/location where you plan to test to see information about specific ID requirements.

Acceptable Primary ID Documents


  • Residents of Mainland China must present a valid Second Generation National Resident ID Card as primary ID. There are no exceptions to this policy.
  • Residents of Taiwan must present a Travel Permit to Mainland China.
  • Citizens of Hong Kong and Macau must present a Resident ID Card.
  • Citizens of all other countries and locations must present a valid passport.
  • If your ID is not written in English-language letters, you must also present a supplemental ID that includes your name, a recent, recognizable photograph and is written in English.

Acceptable Primary ID Documents

Testing Within Your Country of Citizenship

The following ID documents are acceptable for admission to a test center within your country of citizenship. All must include your name, photograph and signature to be acceptable.

  • Passport
  • National ID
  • Driver's license
  • State or Province ID card, including those issued by motor vehicle agencies
  • Military ID
Testing Outside Your Country of Citizenship

If you are testing outside your country of citizenship:

  • Citizens of Mainland China must present a valid Hong Kong-Macau Travel Permit.
  • Citizens of all other countries and locations must present a valid passport.
If your passport is not written in English-language letters, you must also present at least one Supplemental ID Document. This document must also contain your name, a recent, recognizable photo and be in English.


Acceptable Primary ID Documents

You must present a valid passport with your name, photograph and signature as your primary ID. There are no exceptions to this policy.

Acceptable Primary ID Documents

Testing Within Your Country of Citizenship

The following ID documents are acceptable for admission to a test center within your country of citizenship:

  • Passport with name, photograph and signature
  • National ID with name, photograph and signature
  • Driver's license with name, photograph and signature
  • Military ID with name, photograph and signature
Testing Outside Your Country of Citizenship

If you are testing outside your country of citizenship:

  • You must present a valid passport with your name, photograph and signature as your primary ID.
  • If you are working in Saudi Arabia and are not a citizen, you can use your employer-sponsored Iqama Residence ID along with a supplemental ID with name, photo and signature.
  • If you are testing in a European Union, Schengen Zone or Arab States of the Gulf (GCC) country other than the one where you reside, you can use your valid national or European identity card, if you have one. The card must contain your name, a recent, recognizable photograph, your date of birth and your signature. If this ID does not contain all of these items, you will be required to present a supplemental ID.
  • Diplomatic and embassy IDs cannot be used as primary identification in place of passports.
  • If your passport is not written in English-language letters, you must also present a supplemental ID that includes your name, a recent, recognizable photograph and is written in English.

Acceptable Primary ID Documents

Testing Within Your Country of Citizenship

The following ID documents are acceptable for admission to a test center within your country of citizenship:

  • Passport with name, photograph and signature
  • National ID with name, photograph and signature
  • Driver's license with name, photograph and signature
  • Military ID with name, photograph and signature
Testing Outside Your Country of Citizenship

If you are testing outside your country of citizenship:

  • You must present a valid passport with your name, photograph and signature as your primary ID.
  • If you are testing in a European Union, Schengen Zone or Arab States of the Gulf (GCC) country other than the one where you reside, you can use your valid national or European identity card, if you have one. The card must contain your name, a recent, recognizable photograph, your date of birth and your signature. If this ID does not contain all of these items, you will be required to present a supplemental ID.
  • Diplomatic and embassy IDs cannot be used as primary identification in place of passports.
  • If your passport is not written in English-language letters, you must also present a supplemental ID that includes your name, a recent, recognizable photograph and is written in English.

Acceptable Primary ID Documents

Non-U.S. Citizens

If you are not a U.S. citizen and you are testing in the United States:


  • You must present a valid passport with name, photograph and signature. The options below are not acceptable.
  • Diplomatic or embassy IDs cannot be used in place of a passport.
  • If your passport is not written in English-language letters, you must also present a supplemental ID that contains your name, photograph and signature and is written in English.
U.S. Citizens

If you are a U.S. citizen testing in the United States, the following ID documents are acceptable:

  • Passport with name, photograph and signature
  • Government-issued driver’s license with name, photograph and signature
  • State or Province ID card, including those issued by motor vehicle agencies, with name, photograph and signature
  • Military ID with name, photograph and signature
Acceptable Documents if Presented with Supplemental ID

The following documents may be acceptable for admission to U.S. test centers if presented along with a supplemental ID:


  • Permanent Resident Card/Resident Alien Card (Form I-551 or I-151)
  • Temporary Resident Card (Form I-688)
  • Employment Authorization Card (From I-688A, I-688B, or I-766)
  • Mexican Border Crossing Card – accepted only at test centers within 25 miles of the Mexican border
  • Expired or temporary U.S. driver’s license — accepted only under the following conditions:
    • If your U.S. driver’s license has expired but you present it along with your original Department of Public Safety renewal certificate, then these two documents together can be accepted if the names match exactly. If you have a temporary paper license instead of a renewal certificate, that is acceptable only if it is accompanied by a supplemental ID.
    • If you are in the U.S. military and the expiration of your driver’s license has been extended or deferred by the issuing state, the license can be used as supplemental ID along with your U.S. military ID. Depending on the state, the extension or deferral may consist of a sticker on the license, the designation “military” printed in place of an expiration date, or a separate document carried with the license, usually with a notation that the license is valid until a specific amount of time after discharge from service.

Acceptable Primary ID Documents

Testing Within Your Country of Citizenship

The following ID documents are acceptable for admission to a test center within your country of citizenship:

  • Passport with name, photograph and signature
  • National ID with name, photograph and signature
  • Driver’s license with name, photograph and signature
  • State or Province ID card, including those issued by motor vehicle agencies, with name, photograph and signature
  • Military ID with name, photograph and signature
Testing Outside Your Country of Citizenship

If you are testing outside your country of citizenship:

  • You must present a valid passport with your name, photograph and signature as your primary ID.
  • Diplomatic and embassy IDs cannot be used as primary identification in place of passports.
  • If your passport is not written in English-language letters, you must also present a supplemental ID that includes your name, a recent, recognizable photograph and is written in English.

Acceptable Primary ID Documents

Testing Within Your Country of Citizenship

The following ID documents are acceptable for admission to a test center within your country of citizenship:


  • Passport with name, photograph and signature
  • A Social Security System ID card issued by the Republic of the Philippines that includes your name, photograph and signature, along with an acceptable supplemental ID
  • National ID with name, photograph and signature
  • Driver’s license with name, photograph and signature
  • Military ID with name, photograph and signature
Testing Outside Your Country of Citizenship

If you are testing outside your country of citizenship:

  • You must present a valid passport with your name, photograph and signature as your primary ID.
  • Diplomatic and embassy IDs cannot be used as primary identification in place of passports.
  • If your passport is not written in English-language letters, you must also present a supplemental ID that includes your name, a recent, recognizable photograph and is written in English.


Unacceptable ID Documents

The following documents are not acceptable as primary or supplemental ID under any circumstances:


  • Any document that is photocopied or expired
  • Any document that does not exactly match the name you used when you registered
  • International driver's license
  • Draft classification card
  • International student ID
  • Credit/debit card of any kind
  • Notary-prepared letter or document
  • Birth certificate
  • Social security card
  • Employee ID card
  • Any temporary ID card
  • Diplomatic, consulate or embassy ID card
Note: If your ID document is not written in English-language letters and the test center supervisor cannot read it, you may not be able to test and your test fee will not be refunded.
Unable to Meet ID Requirements

If you have been granted political asylum, have refugee status or are otherwise unable to meet the ID requirements, you must contact the ETS Office of Testing Integrity (OTI) at least seven days before you register. You must receive approval from OTI before you register. Be prepared to submit any requested documents to OTI for review. If you do not contact OTI and as a result you are not permitted to test or your scores are held or canceled, your test fee will not be refunded.
ETS Office of Testing Integrity (OTI)
Phone:1-609-406-5430(Monday–Friday 7:30 a.m.–5:30 p.m. U.S. Eastern time, except U.S. holidays)Fax:1-609-406-9709Email:
TSReturns@ets.org Questions about ID Documents

For general questions about acceptable ID, call TOEFL® Services at:

  • 1-877-863-3546 (United States, U.S. Territories and Canada)
  • 1-609-771-7100 (all other locations)
 
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Supplemental ID Documents

Supplemental ID Documents

You may be required to provide a supplemental ID document if:

  • the test center administrator questions your primary ID document
  • your primary ID document is otherwise acceptable but is missing your full name, photograph or signature
Supplemental ID documents cannot be used to resolve last name discrepancies. The last name on your primary ID must match the name you used when you registered.


Note: If you cannot provide a supplemental ID listed below that includes your signature, you may present two government-issued IDs with photographs, as long as they are in the same name you used when you registered.


The following ID documents are generally acceptable as supplemental ID:




  • Government-issued ID card (including, but not limited to, those listed under Acceptable Primary ID Documents)
  • Student ID card
  • Confirmation of identity letter from your educational institution. This letter must be typed or printed on the original letterhead of the educational institution you attend(ed) and, in addition to meeting all of the ID Document Requirements, must include your date of birth and the date issued. Additionally, a school official's signature and the school seal must be present and both must overlap your photograph, as shown below. Such letters are valid for only one year from the date issued.

 
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TOEFL® Search Service

TOEFL® Search Service

The free TOEFL® Search Service matches prospective students with participating colleges, universities, postgraduate schools and other educational institutions.
If you match the recruitment profile of a participating institution/organization, you may be sent information about programs of study, admissions requirements, financial aid opportunities, fellowships and other education opportunities.
[h=2]How to Sign Up[/h] Sign up for the TOEFL Search Service when you create or modify your TOEFL iBT® profile, or when you register for a test.
If you do not have a profile:

  1. Create a profile via the "Sign Up" link for new users on the TOEFL iBT login page.
  2. As you complete your profile, you will see this page. Read the terms and conditions and select "Yes."


If you already have a profile:

  1. Log in to your TOEFL iBT account.
  2. Click "Update TOEFL Search Service Preferences" on My Home Page.
  3. Read the terms and conditions and select "Yes."


If you are registering for a test:

  1. Log in to your TOEFL iBT account.
  2. As you complete your registration, you will see this page. Read the terms and conditions and select "Yes."

 
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Cancel or Change Your TOEFL iBT® Test Registration

Cancel or Change Your TOEFL iBT® Test Registration

If you need to reschedule or cancel your registration, you have up to three full days before your test date (not including the day of the test or the day of your request). For example, if your test is on Saturday, you must reschedule or cancel by Tuesday. Note: If you are taking the test in Korea, see the specific refund policy for test takers in Korea.
The fee to reschedule is US$60 and must be paid before you can register for a new date.


You can only reschedule or cancel by one of the methods below:



  • Online: Log in to your TOEFL iBT® Profile, click "View Order(s)" on your home page, then click "Modify" or "Cancel" on the Order Summary page.
  • By phone: Provide your registration number and full name used when you registered. In the United States, U.S. Territories or Canada: call 1-443-751-4862 or 1-800-468-6335. All other locations, contact your Regional Registration Center.
Note: You cannot reschedule or cancel by mail, email or at the test center.
[h=2]Refunds[/h] If you are taking the test in Korea, see the specific refund policy for test takers in Korea.
If you cancel your registration before the three-day deadline, you will be refunded half of the original test fee you paid. No refunds are given for other services.
Refunds are given in U.S. dollars and include taxes as applicable. Cash refunds are not available.

  • If you paid by credit/debit card or e-check, the refund will be credited to the original credit/debit card or bank account you used to pay.
  • If you paid by personal check drawn on a U.S. domestic bank, allow eight weeks for processing. If payment was made in non-U.S. funds drawn on a bank outside the U.S., allow 12 weeks.
Refunds will not be provided:

  • if the proper registration procedures were not followed
  • if the required identification was not presented at the test center
 
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TOEFL iBT® Test Registration Codes

TOEFL iBT® Test Registration Codes

When you register online, all codes are provided automatically.
If you register by mail or phone, you must provide the following information using the codes listed in the PDF documents below:



 
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Accommodations for Test Takers with Disabilities and Health-related Needs

Accommodations for Test Takers with Disabilities and Health-related Needs

ETS is committed to providing access to test takers with disabilities and health-related needs by providing reasonable accommodations. To obtain accommodations, you must contact ETS Disability Services prior to registering for the test.

Note: Test takers who have health-related needs requiring them to bring equipment, beverages or snacks into the testing room or to take extra or extended breaks need to follow the accommodations request procedures described in the Bulletin Supplement for Test Takers with Disabilities or Health-related Needs (PDF).


The following are some of the accommodations available for the TOEFL iBT® test. Test takers who require other accommodations can request them as part of the registration and accommodations approval process. ETS must review and respond to your accommodations request before the test can be scheduled.
[h=2]Technical Accommodations[/h]
  • Screen magnification
  • Selectable background and foreground colors
  • Kensington Trackball mouse
  • IntelliKeys® keyboard
  • Ergonomic keyboard
  • Keyboard with touchpad
[h=2]Specialized Assistance[/h]
  • Sign language interpreter for spoken directions only
  • Oral interpreter for spoken directions only
  • Oral interpreter for Listening section only
  • Writer/recorder of answers
  • Test reader
[h=2]Adaptive Accommodations[/h]
  • Audiocassette version of the test
  • Reader’s script version of the test
  • Braille test (in contracted or uncontracted Braille)
  • Braille test with reader’s script
  • Large print version of the test
  • Regular print version of the test
  • Listening section omitted
  • Speaking section omitted
  • Extended testing time
  • Additional rest breaks
  • Transcripts of audio elements in Speaking and Writing sections
If you are not sure whether the accommodation you need is available, please contact ETS Disability Services.
[h=2]TOEFL iBT® Test Questions for Test Takers with Disabilities[/h] Sample questions for the TOEFL iBT® test are available in alternate formats as Word (.doc) and Adobe (.PDF) files in both medium and large print (18-point) formats.
TOEFL iBT Test Questions (Word)
TOEFL iBT Test Questions (PDF)
TOEFL iBT Test Questions (Large Print) (Word)
TOEFL iBT Test Questions (Large Print) (PDF)
[h=2]TOEFL iBT Quick Prep for Test Takers with Disabilities[/h] An accessible electronic version of TOEFL iBT Quick Prep is available for download.
TOEFL iBT Quick Prep (Word)
Note: The accessible version is a combination of Volumes 3 and 4. To download Volumes 1 and 2, see TOEFL iBT Quick Prep.
[h=2]Using Alternate Formats[/h]
  1. Test takers with low vision can use a software screen magnification system with the TOEFL test. To practice, you may apply your own screen magnifier software to the TOEFL iBT Test Questions and TOEFL iBT Quick Prep. Please note that the magnification system used with the actual test may be different from the software you customarily use. Learn more about the screen magnification system used with the actual test. Test takers may also use the large print version (in 18-point Verdana font) of the TOEFL iBT Test Questions for practice.
  2. If you are a deaf or hard of hearing individual, you may take a TOEFL iBT test in which the listening portions of the Writing and Speaking sections have been replaced with written scripts. You may practice by using the TOEFL iBT Test Questions and TOEFL iBT Quick Prep, which contain scripts of the listening portions. Omit the Listening section and use the scripts to prepare for the test.
  3. If you require the assistance of a reader, practice by asking a native English speaker to assist you as a reader.
[h=2]How to Request Accommodations[/h] To request accommodations for a disability or health-related need, you must register by mail. Follow the steps below:

  • Fill out the registration form. Check the registration deadline. Include your registration fee with your paperwork.
  • Complete these three documents from the Registration Bulletin Supplement and include them with your paperwork:
    • The Applicant Information Form (Part 1) pages 12–13.
    • The Testing Accommodations Request (Part 2) pages 14–15.
    • Submit one of the following: the Certificate of Eligibility (COE) (Part 3) pages 16–19 (or) Disability Documentation, page 8.
[h=2]How to Submit Your Request to Register for the TOEFL iBT Test[/h] Mail all the necessary paperwork and your payment to:

  • ETS Disability Services
    P.O. Box 6054
    Princeton, NJ 08541-6054
    USA
You will receive a confirmation letter within six weeks if your request is approved. Do not call to schedule a test until you receive your approval.
When you call to schedule your test, you will need the registration voucher number and information in your confirmation letter from ETS.
View Test Bulletins & the Bulletin Supplement >
[h=2]Contacting ETS Disability Services[/h] Monday–Friday 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Eastern time
Phone:1-609-771-7780 or1-866-387-8602(toll-free for test takers in the United States, U.S. Territories* and Canada)Email:stassd@ets.orgTTY:1-609-771-7714Fax:1-609-771-7165Mail:ETS Disability Services
P.O. Box 6054
Princeton, NJ 08541-6054
USA *Includes American Samoa, Guam, Puerto Rico and U.S. Virgin Islands.

 
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