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The Test of English as a Foreign Language-Internet Based Test (TOEFL iBT) is an assessment of all four language skills that are important for effective communication: speaking, listening, reading, and writing. The test helps students demonstrate that they possess the English skills needed for success in English language higher education institutions.
What TO bring to the TOEFL-iBT Room:
- Official passport
- Light jacket or sweater as room temperature may vary
What NOT to bring to the TOEFL-iBT Room:
To protect the integrity of test scores
Electronic devices, especially cell phones, are sophisticated technological devices that are easily used for cheating. Academic dishonesty seriously affects the integrity of your test scores.
Consequences for academic dishonesty are a serious matter.
A candidate who chooses to engage in academic dishonesty, to include but not limited to using any electronic device or allowing any electronic device to sound in the test room, will have his/her test voided and the candidate being dismissed from the test room.
A UCM candidate may also be reported for violating UCM’s Academic Dishonesty Policy (2012-2013 Planner / Handbook).
ALL personal belongings listed below (except your official photo ID) are to be placed in the designated area.
Electronic devices (cell phone, pager, alarm watch, PDA, BlackBerry, camera, etc.)
Bookbag, purse, book, paper, tissue, mechanical pen
Coat, jacket, sweater, Head covering – ball cap, scarf, hat, head band, etc.
Food, drink, candy, gum, tobacco
The responsibility for items placed in the designated area belongs to the candidate!
Neither the University of Central Missouri nor test companies are responsible for the damage, loss, nor theft of personal items placed in the designated area.
Small items may be placed in a clear plastic bag and note indicating owner’s name and date of birth. Obtain plastic bag and paper from Testing Staff.
STRONGLY RECOMMENDED: To secure your personal items (except clothing) LOCK them in the trunk of your vehicle.
Angie Kroeger, Test Coordinator