USEFP test centers have resumed Testing services after being closed due to Covid-19, since August 3, 2020. All test takers who come to the test center must wear a mask at all times when inside the building. On test day they should not be exhibiting any fever or flu symptoms. Those affected by test center closures can contact Prometric at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 006-037-628-333-3.
GRE Subject Test Administration for October 2020 Cancelled - The Subject Test administrations scheduled for October 17 has been canceled due to impacts from the pandemic. Those who have already registered to take a Subject Test are being informed of the cancellations and their test fees will be refunded by ETS.
Improvements to the TOEFL iBT
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- A shorter test: Complete the whole test in only 3 hours, with no need to return a second day
- Faster score reporting: online scores available within 6 days & hard copies in 8 days!
- Reduced wait between attempts: Retake the test after only 3 days!
- Take the free practice test here.
All test takers are responsible for making sure they being acceptable, valid and original identification on test day. Please check the website of the appropriate test/test client, to ensure that you have the correct form of identification.
SAT: The only acceptable form of identification is a valid passport with your name, photograph, and signature. There are no exceptions to this policy. It is very important that the name which you register with exactly matches the name appearing on your ID. For longer names on student ID (passports), the first 12 characters of the First Name and first 15 characters of the Last Name are required to match. Middle initials are optional; however, if provided the middle initial on the Admission Ticket and Roster must exactly match the first letter of the middle name on the ID. If there are any name discrepancies, you will not be allowed to sit for your exam and will be turned away, as per the policy of College Board.