ETS Announces New Customer Support Center for Spanish Students to Assist Record-Breaking Number of TOEFL® Test Takers in Spain
Princeton, N.J. (March 19, 2012) —
Test takers studying for the TOEFL® test in Spain now can take advantage of a new TOEFL Customer Support Center. Educational Testing Service (ETS) has announced a customer support center, available toll-free by phone at 900-838129 or email at TOEFLSupport4Spain@ets.org, to serve the growing numbers of TOEFL test takers throughout Spain.
The TOEFL® Spanish Customer Support Center offers guidance and timely information for students regarding the TOEFL test. The new support center streamlines the testing process by assisting students in identifying test preparation materials, locating test centers, obtaining their score reports, ordering additional score reports and other pre- or post-administration inquiries.
"ETS launched the center in response to the growing interest of Spanish students taking the TOEFL test," commented Maria-Victoria Calabrese, Academic and Government Relations Director, ETS Global BV. "Having the opportunity to speak with a trained representative in the student’s native language of Spanish is invaluable. The newly announced center is another resource designed by ETS to make the TOEFL testing process easier than ever for Spanish students."
Students should still contact the Regional Registration Center at 31-320-239-540 to register for the TOEFL test or to cancel a test registration.
For more information regarding the TOEFL test, including sample test questions, registration, and study tips, visit the TOEFL Go Anywhere website at www.toeflgoanywhere.org.
About the TOEFL Test
The TOEFL test is the most widely accepted English-language assessment, recognized by more than 8,500 institutions in more than 130 countries including Spain, France, Germany, The Netherlands, Denmark, Turkey, Australia, the U.K., Canada, and the United States. Globally, the TOEFL test is available at more than 4,500 testing sites in more than 165 countries. To date, more than 27 million students around the world have taken the TOEFL test.