Explore the list of freaquantly asked questions about Computer-based test registration. Find out how test takers may register the test and how long will TOEFL testing be available in your country.
  Do I need to get a Bulletin before I take the test and Where do I get one?
Yes. The Information and Registration Bulletin (PDF) for TOEFL computer-based and paper-based testing contains important information that you will need to know before you test. It may also be obtained to print copies of the Bulletin.

 from ETS representative offices
 from most colleges and universities
 from educational advising centers
 by calling ETS at 1-877-863-3546 (inside the United States, Canada, and U.S. territories*) or 1-609-771-7100 (all other locations).

• Where do I take the test?
The computer-based TOEFL test is offered year-round at institutional sites, such as colleges and universities, and at testing centers operated by Prometric, a division of Thomson Learning.

test_registration What test dates are available?
Appointments are available throughout the year, but you must call at least three days before your first-choice appointment date. Centers fill quickly—schedule your appointment early. Consider, the busiest months are October, November, December, April, and May.

 You can only test once per calendar month, even if you took the test and canceled your scores
 How much does the test cost?
The test costs U.S. $140. See TOEFL Testing and Service Fees for preferred forms of payment.

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