How the TOEIC® Listening and Reading test is scored
Scores on the TOEIC® Listening and Reading test are determined by the number of correct answers. The number of correct responses on each section is converted to a scaled score. Three TOEIC® Listening and Reading scaled scores are given for each examinee:
- οne for the Listening Section
- οne for the Reading Section
- οne Total Score that consists of the sum of the Listening Section and Reading Section sub-scores.
Each sub-score can range from 5 to 495 points. The Total Score ranges from 10 to 990. There is no negative scoring. The Total Score consists of the sum of the Listening Section and Reading Section sub-scores.
The Hellenic American Union Center for Examinations and Certifications applies a Management System in accordance with the ISO 9001: 2008 standard for the following scopes: "Planning, organization, and administration of examinations" and "Provision of support services to candidates, foreign-language schools, and teachers".
The statistical procedures used to convert scores to a common scale ensure that similar TOEIC® Listening and Reading scores indicate similar levels of English proficiency.