International Exams

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TOEFL iBT testing center (TC) contacts in Ukraine:


TC name-Kiev Medical University

TC address:  7, Antona Tsedika Street (вулиця Антона Цедіка,7), 03057, UKRAINE, First Floor, computer lab/testing room


Test center is located seven minutes foot walk from subway station «SHULYAVKA». 

Telephone: +38 (066) 760-75-25.



TOEFL Website:

Examinees should visit the TOEFL website for the latest information about policies, score reports, refunds, registration bulletins, practice test materials, and online registration.

TOEFL Services:

Phone: 1-877-863-3546 — from the United States, Canada, American Samoa, Guam, Puerto Rico, US. Virgin Islands. 1-609-771-7100 from all other locations.

Monday-Friday, 8:00 am-8:00 pm, New York time.


Include name, address, date of birth, test date, registration number. Allow approximately 3 to 5 business days for a response.

Questions About ID Documents

For general questions about acceptable ID, call TOEFL Services at: 1-609-771-7100


TOEFL Services
Educational Testing Service
PO Box 6151
Princeton, NJ 08541-6151, USA

TOEFL iBT Scoring and Test Structure

Your TOEFL iBT scores will provide accurate information about your ability to participate and succeed in academic studies in an English-speaking environment. The TOEFL iBT will test English language skills in four areas, and your TOEFL score report will contain five scores: one total score on a scale of 0 to 120, and four skill scores, each on a scale of 0 to 30.

  • Listening (0 to 30 points)
  • Reading (0 to 30 points)
  • Speaking (0 to 30 points)
  • Writing (0 to 30 points)
  • Total Score (0 to 120 points)

Your scores will be available online 15 business days after you take the TOEFL test. You will be able to view them for free (aswill the schools you chose to receive your scores). You’ll also be mailed a paper copy of your score report 15 business days after your test date.

Due to the gradual phasing in of the TOEFL iBT, if you take the computer-based (CBT) or paper-based TOEFL (PBT), your scores will be valid for two years after the date you take your TOEFL test. For a while, anyone who has taken more than one form of the test will receive a TOEFL score report with two or three sets of scores reported on the three different score scales. Scores for the new Internet-based test will appear as TOEFL iBT to distinguish them from the CBT and PBT scores.

TOEFL iBT Test Structure


  • Length: 60-90 minutes
  • 4-6 lectures, each 3-5 minutes long with six questions apiece
  • 2-3 conversations, each 3 minutes long with five questions apiece
  • Tip: Introduces more than one native English accent
  • Scoring: 0-30 points


  • Length: 20 minutes
  • 2 independent tasks: speak about a familiar topic
  • 4 integrated tasks: speak based on what you read and hear
  • Tip: You have 30 seconds to prepare and one minute to respond
  • Scoring: 0-4 points, converted to a 0-30 score scale


  • Length: 60-100 minutes
  • 3-5 passages from academic texts, each about 700 words long
  • 12-14 questions per passage
  • Tip: Includes a glossary to define key words
  • Scoring: 0-30 points


  • Length: 50 minutes
  • 1 integrated task: write based on what is read and heard
  • 1 independent task: support an opinion
  • Tip: Typing is required
  • Scoring: 0-5 points, converted to a 0-30 score scale

Depending on your previous experiences with English and your comfort level in each of the four language skills areas, you may want to focus your TOEFL preparation so it address any areas of weakness.

On the Testing Day

You should report 30 minutes before the scheduled start time.
You must bring with you and present a valid passport or other acceptable and valid ID containing your name as given when the appointment was made, a recent, recognizable photograph, and you signature. The best ID you can present is your international passport.

ID Document Requirements

  • Your ID requirements depend on your country of citizenship and where you plan to test. Please read the specific section for acceptable primary and supplemental ID documents and allowed exceptions.
  • You are responsible for ensuring that the name you used to registerexactlymatches the name on the ID document (s) you will present at the test center.
  • If the test administrator questions the ID you present, you may be required to provide supplemental ID. If positive confirmation cannot be made, you may not be permitted to test or your test score may be withheld.
  • All test takers are encouraged to bring at least two forms of acceptable ID each time they report to a test center. Prior admission to a test center based on a given ID document does not assure that that document will be considered acceptable. Test centers are not required to hold your seat if you leave the center to obtain acceptable identification.
  • Admission to the test center does not assure that the ID you provided is valid or that your scores will be reported. All reported cases of questionable ID are subject to review and approval by the ETS Office of Testing Integrity either during or after the test administration. ETS reserves the right to withhold and/or cancel scores in the event that the ID requirements set forth herein are not met.
  • You may be required to show your ID and/or to sign a test center log at various points throughout the test administration.
  • Your test fees will not be refunded if you are not permitted to test or if your scores are withheld or canceled because of invalid or unacceptable ID.

With few exceptions, ID documents must meet all of the following requirements. Each ID document must:

  • be an original document; photocopied documents are not acceptable
  • be valid; expired documents (bearing expiration dates that have passed) are not acceptable
  • bear the test taker’s full name exactlyas it appears on the admission ticket
  • bear a recent photograph that clearly matches the test taker
  • bear the test taker’s signature

All test takers are responsible for bringing valid and acceptable identification each time they report to a test center. It is your responsibility to ensure that your ID documents are up-to-date and available on the day of the test.

ID Document Requirements

With few exceptions, ID documents must meet all of the following requirements. Each ID document must:

  • be an original document; photocopied documents are not acceptable
  • be valid; expired documents (bearing expiration dates that have passed) are not acceptable
  • bear the test taker’s full name exactlyas it appears on the admission ticket
  • bear a recent photograph that clearly matches the test taker
  • bear the test taker’s signature

Acceptable Primary ID Documents

The following ID documents are acceptable for admission to a test center within your country of citizenship:

  • Passport (with photograph and signature)
  • Government-issued driver’s license (with photograph and signature)
  • State or Province ID card (including those issued by the motor vehicle agencies)
  • National ID card
  • Military ID card

Unacceptable ID Documents

The following documents are not acceptable as primary or supplemental ID under any circumstances:

  • Any document that is photocopied or expired
  • Any document that does not bear your last name exactly as it appears on the admission ticket
  • International driver’s license
  • Draft classification card
  • International student ID
  • Credit/debit card of any kind
  • Notary-prepared letter or document
  • Birth certificate
  • Social security card
  • Employee ID card
  • Any temporary ID card
  • Diplomatic, consulate or embassy ID card

Supplemental ID Documents

  • You may be required to provide a supplemental ID if the test administrator questions your primary ID document and/or if your primary ID document is otherwise acceptable but does not bear your full name, photograph or signature.
  • Supplemental ID documents maynotbe used to resolve last name discrepancies. The last name on your primary IDmustmatch the name on your admission ticket.

The following ID documents are generally acceptable as supplemental ID:

  • Government-issued ID card (including, but not limited to, those listed under Primary ID Documents)
  • Student ID card
  • Confirmation of identity letter from your educational institution.This letter must be typed or printed on the original letterhead of the educational institution you attend (ed) and, in addition to meeting all of the ID Document Requirements, must include your date of birth and the date issued. Additionally, a school official’s signature and the school seal must be present and both must overlap your photograph. Such letters are valid for only one year from the date issued.

Testing Outside Your Country of Citizenship

  • You must present a validpassportwith your name, photograph and signature as your primary ID document.
  • Diplomatic and embassy ID cards cannot be used as primary identification in place of a passport.
  • If your passport is not written in English-language letters, you must also present a supplemental ID that contains your name, a recent, recognizable photo and is in English.

Prohibited Items List On the Test Day

  • Backpacks, fanny packs
  • Bags
  • Books, pamphlets and dictionaries
  • Briefcases
  • Calculator watches and watch alarms (especially those with flashing lights and alarm sounds).
  • Calculators
  • Cellular or other telephones
  • Digital watches (wrist or pocket)
  • Examinee-provided keyboards
  • Food or beverages
  • Any form of tobacco or tobacco products, alcoholic beverages, illicit drugs
  • Hats and headwear (unless by religious requirement) — See «Additional Security Procedures.»
  • Highlighter pens or mechanical pencils of any kind
  • Listening devices, personal stereos, radios with headphones, recorders
  • Non-medical electronic devices (laptopcomputers, digital assistants)
  • Outerwear (coats, jackets, etc.)
  • Pagers (beepers), Blackberry® devices
  • Papers of any kind (except for scratch paper provided by the CTAS)
  • Purses, wallets
  • Copying and photographic devices
  • Slide rules, rulers, compasses, protractors
  • Stencils, colored overlays
  • Transmission or receiving devices

Non-Prohibited Items on the Test Day

  • Personal ID documents
  • Devices permitted by the specific testing program
  • Devices permitted by Special Accommodations status of examinee
  • Scratch paper provided by the CTAS

We wish you the best of luck on your TOEFL iBT!

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