TOEIC vs TOEFL
What is the difference between TOEIC vs TOEFL?
The TOEIC test is for people who want to work in a job that uses English. The TOEIC test measures a person’s English ability in the workplace. The TOEFL test is for people who want to study abroad in a language school or a university. The TOEFL test measures a person’s English ability for academic studies.
Who takes the TOEIC test?
Employees in international corporations. Job applicants. Students in business, vocational, and trade schools, community colleges. Students in the business track of English language programs/schools.
Who takes the TOEFL test?
Students in the academic track of English language programs/schools. Students in colleges or universities that have a language requirement.Applicants to scholarship and exchange programs.
Yes, the TOEIC test is about 2 hours long and has 200 questions. The TOEFL Test is about 2 hours long but has only 140 questions. Generally speaking, if you want to show your employer your English ability you should take the TOEIC test, if you plan on studying abroad than you should take the TOEFL test. You should always check with the company or school first.