TOEIC Speakning & Writing:
Originally, the only TOEIC test consisted of listening and reading. Then in December 2006, an additional test - the TOEIC test oral and written - was introduced in Japan and Korea. In January 2008, further testing it was made available in the United States and Canada. In other parts of the world, the TOEIC test still refers only to the test listening and reading.
The speech and writing TOEIC test is administered via the Internet at official sites, the safety tests. It is often given on a different date, and possibly a different location in the listening and reading TOEIC test.
The speaking section of the TOEIC test lasts 20 minutes. It asks 11 questions and answers are recorded, to be evaluated by official evaluators of the TOEIC. As with many oral English tests, your score is based on a combination of factors, including pronunciation, intonation, grammar, vocabulary and content of the response.
Results may vary from language to language 8 levels, with a scale score ranging from 0 to 200.
The writing section of the TOEIC test lasts 60 minutes. You have to complete writing assignments 8, which are evaluated on the basis of rigor, accuracy, grammatical accuracy and vocabulary use.
Results may vary from language to language in 9 levels, with a scale score ranging from 0 to 200.