TOEIC®  Listening and Reading Test used in autonomy  : Handbook

About the TOEIC® Listening and Reading Test Multistage Adaptive Version

 

The TOEIC Listening and Reading test Multi-stage Adaptive Version is an English-language proficiency test for people whose native language is not English.

 

It was developed to assess the English-language listening and reading skills needed in the workplace and everyday life.

 

TOEIC Listening and Reading test scores indicate how well a person can communicate in English with others in a business setting.

 

The test does not require specialized knowledge or vocabulary beyond that of a person who uses English in everyday workplace activities.

 

The TOEIC Listening and Reading Test Multi-stage Adaptive Version Format

 

The question types on TOEIC Listening and Reading test and the TOEIC Listening and Reading test Multi-stage Adaptive Version are the same. However, the test format for the Multi-stage Adaptive Version is different: it is a multiple-choice test that consists of 90 questions divided into two sections. Each section has two stages: Unit One and Unit Two. Unit One is the same for all test takers. Test takers will then receive questions in Unit Two based on their Unit One performance. The Listening section and Reading section are independent of one another. Performance on the Listening section will not impact the questions received on the Reading section.

 

Scores will be calculated after both sections are completed.

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