TOEIC Bridge is an English-proficiency test designed for programs with beginning and intermediate learners. It measures emerging competence for learners age 14 and up, who use English in everyday life.
Bridge is suitable for:
- High school, college and university students
- Immigrant language-training programs
- Learners in the workplace
What is the format of the TOEIC Bridge test?
The TOEIC Bridge test is a multiple-choice test that consists of 100 questions divided into two sections. The test takes approximately one hour to complete.
The Sections are:
- Listening Section: There are 50 listening comprehension questions administered by audiocassette. There are three types of questions. Candidates will hear a variety of statements, questions, short conversations, and short talks recorded in English, and then candidates will answer the questions. Total time: approximately 25 minutes. » see examples
- Reading Section: There are 50 reading questions, consisting of two types of questions. Examinees will read a variety of materials and respond at their own pace to questions based on the content of the materials. Total time: 35 minutes. » see examples
Examinees will respond to test questions by gridding one of the letters (A), (B), (C) or (D) with a pencil on a separate answer sheet. Although the actual testing time is approximately one hour, test takers will need additional time to complete the background questions on the answer sheet.
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Who develops the TOEIC Bridge test?
The test is prepared by Educational Testing Service (ETS). ETS is a world leader in the field of educational assessment and is the developer of the TOEIC, TOEFL and SAT tests, as well as hundreds of other instruments. The TOEIC Bridge test meets the ETS Standards for Quality and Fairness, ensuring that it is an excellent tool for measuring English proficiency.