About the TOEIC® Listening and Reading Test
For more than 30 years, the TOEIC® Listening and Reading test has set the standard for assessing English-language listening and reading skills needed in the workplace.
• Listening skills are important for face-to-face communication, meetings, videoconferencing, podcasts and telephone conversations.
• Reading skills are necessary for e-mail, reports, newsletters and other forms of business correspondence.
Structure of the TOEIC Test
Listening comprehension 100 questions – 45 minutes
Part I: Photographs (20 questions)
Part II: Question-Responses (30 questions)
Part III: Short Conversations (30 questions)
Part IV: Short Talks (20 questions)
Reading comprehension 100 questions – 75 minutes
Part V: Incomplete Sentences (40 questions)
Part VI: Text completion (12 questions)
Part VII: Reading Comprehension-Single Passages (28 questions) Double Passages (20 questions)
Total 200 questions – 2 hours
To view the TOEIC® Listening and Reading Examinee Handbook, please click here for the English version, or click here for the Vietnamese version.
Top 10 TOEIC Tips
1. Set a goal
2. Understand the test
3. Make a study plan
4. Divide study time appropriately
5. Build a strong vocabulary
6. Isolate your weak points
7. Eliminate distractors
8. Trust your instincts
9. Don’t try to translate
10. Guess as a last resort
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