HomePublicationsNewsSt. Paul College, Pasig Students and Teachers ace TOEIC® and TOEFL® tests

As ASEAN 2015 draws closer, St. Paul College, Pasig is a step ahead by benchmarking with international assessments such as TOEIC® and TOEFL®.

In School Year 2013-2014, 305 students and 23 teachers from St. Paul College, Pasig took the TOEFL® Junior and TOEIC® tests, respectively. The average score of the 305 students on the TOEFL® Junior test was 866 points out of a total of 900 points, with 33 students getting a perfect score. The teachers, in turn, averaged 913 out of a total of 990 points on the TOEIC® test.

The Test for English for International Communication (TOEIC®) and the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL®) are English language assessments developed by the Educational Testing Service (ETS) in the USA. ETS develops, administers, and scores more than 50 million tests annually – including the TOEFL® and TOEIC® tests, the GRE® General and Subject Tests and the Praxis Series ™ assessments – in more than 180 countries, at more than 9,000 locations worldwide.

The TOEFL® test is the most widely respected academic English-language test in the world, and it is recognized by more than 8,500 colleges, universities, and agencies in more than 130 countries, including Australia, Canada, the U.K., and the United States. The TOEIC® tests are taken by nearly 7 million candidates in 150 countries and scores are accepted by 14,000 organizations.

St. Paul College, Pasig chose the TOEIC® and TOEFL® tests as these are the most widely used English language assessments in the world. This means that more people around the world understand what the scores mean, allowing the exceptional scores of the school’s students and teachers to be understood by millions of people around the world.

Using international tests such as TOEIC and TOEFL allows St. Paul College, Pasig to certify to ASEAN and to the world that its English program is at par with global standards. As such, English language learners from all around the region need not travel to the USA to be immersed in a native speaker environment. They simply need to come to St. Paul College, Pasig in the Philippines for a world-class English program.

 
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