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October 12, 2011

TOEIC website now in Japanese, other languages

Teaching-English-in-Japan-Education-TOEIC-Japan" Educational Testing Service's (ETS) TOEIC tests website at recently launched in French, Japanese, Korean, Simplified Chinese and Spanish, allowing TOEIC score users and test takers from those countries to find detailed testing information in their native languages. More languages are planned in the coming year.

"ETS's TOEIC program is used in 120 countries and by more than 10,000 institutions worldwide," Mohammad Kousha, ETS Executive Director-Global said. "In order to continue to provide our test takers with exceptional service, it's important that we are able communicate with them in their native languages."

Japan is one of the largest markets for the TOEIC, with over 1.5 million tests being taken each year. The Japanese TOEIC site can be viewed here. The English version is here.

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