Educational Testing Service (ETS) designs and administers TOEFL worldwide. To take the TOEFL test, you must register with ETS. See the link below. Remember: Your TOEFL score is good for two years.
For test center locations by country and city, and test dates and fees, click on the link below.
ETS says you will get your score "in ten business days." Click on the link below for important information about getting your score online and by mail.
Did you have a bad test-day experience? Did your computer crash? Was the sound terrible? If so, you can write to ETS and complain. ETS's complaint policy is below.
"If you have a complaint about the testing facilities or the test center staff, email TOEFL@ets.org no later than 7 days after your test date. Be sure to include the name you used when you registered, your registration number, the date of the test, the name of the test center, and the city and country in which you tested."
You may also write to:
MS 42N-208, TOEFL Test Question Inquiries
Educational Testing Service
Princeton, NJ 08541-0001, USA
Or send a fax to +1-609-683-2600 as soon as possible after taking the test.
If you don't like your score, if you think you should've scored higher in speaking or writing, you can challenge ETS. Click on the link for guidelines.
Want to know your country's average TOEFL score for 2017? Want to know the average worldwide TOEFL score? Then click on the button. ETS loves to collect TOEFL data. And it's all here!