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June 17, 2005

TOEIC Applications to Go Online

The foundation which administers the TOEIC test in Japan is to launch an online application service for those wishing to take the test. The Institute for International Business Communication (IIBC) yesterday announced that it will begin its "TOEIC Internet Service" on July 4 for those wishing to take the 117th test on September 25. Users will be able to check their test results online about one week before test certificates are sent out by mail. Meanwhile, IIBC will hold explanation sessions for its TOEIC Bridge test for beginner and intermediate-level students in six cities during July. The TOEIC Bridge Division of the TOEIC Steering Committee holds the sessions several times a year. The free session consists of a test explanation, sample tests with self-scoring, Q&A, and guest speakers.
TOEIC Japan web site
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