The Test of English for International Communication (TOEIC) is “an English language test designed specifically to measure the everyday English skills of people working in an international environment.
After you take the TOEIC Exam, Your TOEIC results will be given to you using The Common European Framework Reference Scale. The Scale is divided into three levels:
- A1 — A2 (Basic User)
- B1 — B2 (Independent User)
- C1 — C2 (Proficient User)
Depending on the location you are teaching, you might be interested in getting a B2 or a C1 Level.
But How can you do that?
Well, First you need to know exacltly where you are standing, you can do that by taking the EFSET Free Test or you can take the exam under real conditions and see what they tell you.
If you don’t get the results that you wanted or needed, you need to work a little bit in your language skills.
My recommendations so you can get a higher TOEIC score are summarized in these two posts:
- 10 Sites for Successful TOEIC Listening and Reading Preparation
- The Best Resources to Pass the TOEIC® Listening and Reading Test
Now you can also study vocabulary using a TOEIC Word List, Remember that the greatest benefit of using these lists is that TOEIC Exams actually contain these words. You can download those words by frequency and with definitions.