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Where to take the TOEIC test in Montreal.

Montreal is the largest city in Quebec and has a rich history and a unique personality. As well as being a great place for gourmets it’s also the prefect location for a language student to go on a course or take a TOEIC test!

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Where are the TOEIC test centers in Montreal?

Remember that you will need to check information for the TOEIC Speaking and Writing Tests and the Reading and Listening tests separately. Public TOEIC testing sessions in Canada are usually held once a month. The registration deadline for public testing sessions in Canada is usually a week before the test at 5 p.m. ET. Here is a current example of a TOEIC test center in Montreal;

Montreal YMCA International Language School, 1440 Stanley St, Montreal

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How do I register?

To register for a test students need to choose a test Center for a test date and reserve a seat there. Candidates are required to upload a photo to complete their registration.
To find a location with your preferred dates you need to go to the ETS website; and click on the link for the TOEIC test you want to register for. For example, to register for the Listening and Speaking test the site will take you here:

What is the format of the test?

The TOEIC exam consists of different tests which include the TOEIC Reading & Listening Test and the Speaking and Writing test. The reading and listening tests are multiple-choice tests and measure proficiency in their relative skills. 45 minutes are allocated to the listening section with 75 minutes for reading section. Students work their way through the sections and have to keep track of in order to finish the exercises on time.

Another part of the TOEIC test is the Speaking and Writing test which measures proficiency in these respective skills. Test takers have to respond to questions set in real-world situations. The tests use common everyday vocabulary, phrases and key expressions that could be used in conversations, meetings and phone calls related to the workplace. The speaking test takes 20 minutes and consists of 11 questions. The scoring ranges from 0-200. The writing test has the same scoring and takes an hour to complete the 8 questions.

When will I get my TOEIC results?

Your results will usually be available 3 to 4 weeks after you have completed your TOEIC test and results are sent through the post.

How should I prepare for the TOEIC test?

You should really get to know the format of the TOEIC test and be familiar with the types of questions you are going to come across. You would be well advised to do some kind of TOEIC preparation course to ensure you have the best chance of obtaining the results you need. Some students decide to join a TOEIC preparation class to improve their skills. Others choose to work with a private tutor on a more personalised program to help them achieve the TOEIC score they need. Remember that it is really important to get prepared in order to get the score you need fo example if you wish to enter the UQAM University in Montréal a minimum score at the TOEIC is required.

Can training with Global Exam help me?

Preparing for the TOEIC test with Global Exam is an excellent place to improve your skills and prepare for the test. You will be able to monitor your progress and get an idea of what your current level is. There are trial versions of IELTS and TOEIC tests on the Global Exam site for you to try first and then you can get the Premium version to have access to all the content available!