About the Test
TOEIC Bridge™ Test Content
The TOEIC Bridge™ test is a paper-and-pencil test that measures a test taker's ability to listen to and read everyday English. It is composed of 100 multiple-choice questions. The test itself takes 60 minutes to complete with an additional 30 minutes to complete a brief questionnaire about the test taker's education and work history. (In total, the entire administration is planned to be an hour and a half, including the test length and the guidance before the test.)
Sample questions and additional information about the TOEIC Bridge test can be found in the TOEIC Bridge™ Examinee Handbook (PDF) or in the TOEIC Bridge™ Sample Test.
The Two Main Test Sections:
Test takers will listen to recorded statements, questions, short conversations and short talks in English via audio cassette or CD and answer 50 questions based on what they hear. There are three parts:
- Part 1: Photographs (15 questions)
- Part 2: Question-Response (20 questions)
- Part 3: Short Conversations and Short Talks (15 questions)
This section will take approximately 25 minutes to complete.
Test takers will read single sentences as well as texts and then answer 50 questions based on what they read. There are two parts:
- Part 4: Incomplete Sentences (30 questions)
- Part 5: Reading Comprehension (20 questions)
This section will take approximately 35 minutes to complete.