Practical Information for the TOEIC® Listening and Reading test
How often is the TOEIC® Listening and Reading test administered?
Every week in Athens and Thessaloniki and regularly in local test centers. See the complete TOEIC® Listening and Reading exam schedule for January - December 2016.
Where is the TOEIC® Listening and Reading test administered?
All over Greece. Contact the Language Schools of your area to find out which is the closest test centre.
Are the test administration dates final?
Depending on requests by candidates, in addition to the announced dates, the test may be administered on other dates as well. Also, in the case that a minimum number of candidates has not registered for a specific administration date, the test for that date is transferred to another one and registered candidates are informed in advance.
How can I register for the TOEIC® Listening and Reading test?
Registration for the TOEIC® Listening and Reading test is done online.
How often can I take the TOEIC® Listening and Reading test?
Candidates are allowed to take the exam once every 28 calendar days (including weekends, holidays, and test date). The Hellenic American Union maintains the right to change the testing date for any candidate who does not comply with the above regulation.
When are the results announced?
If I have a disability can I still take theTOEIC® Listening and Reading test?
The Hellenic American Union provides equal opportunities to everyone. If you need special accommodations, please contact us three weeks prior to the test date. Every effort will be made to facilitate the examining procedure for you. There is no additional cost for providing special accommodations.
Is there a different test for each level?
No. There is only one test for all candidates.
Do I get a certificate regardless of the score?
Yes, all candidates can receive a certificate.
Learn more about:
- Exam Regulations
- TOEIC® Listening and Reading Scoring and Rescoring
- The TOEIC® Listening and Reading Score Descriptors (pdf.en) - (Additional information for understanding a test-taker's strengths and weaknesses and for identifying areas that need improvement.)