TOEFL iBT® Test Participates in Japan’s University Entrance Examinations

March 26, 2018

TOKYO, Japan (March 26, 2018) – The TOEFL iBT® test has been confirmed by Japan’s National Center for University Entrance Examinations (NCUEE) as fulfilling all requirements for participation in the English Score Information System for University Entrance Examinations.

GRE® Comparison Tool for Law Schools

March 14, 2018

With an increasing number of law schools now accepting both the GRE ® General Test and the Law School Admission Test® (LSAT) exam as part of the admissions process, the new GRE ® Comparison Tool for Law Schools provides a way for institutions to appropriately compare results from the two exams.

Free Online TOEFL® Course Opens Jan. 24

January 23, 2018

 ETS, the maker of the TOEFL® test, reaffirms today its commitment to helping students pursue their dreams of studying abroad by opening the only free, official online TOEFL prep course. The six-week course is available to all at and is offered on a continuous basis so that participants can join at any time and move through the content at their own pace.

TOEIC® Listening and Reading Test to Receive Updates

January 19, 2018

Educational Testing Service (ETS), the creator of the TOEIC® Program, announced updates to the format of questions used in the TOEIC ® Listening and Reading test. The changes will take effect beginning with the April 2018 public test administrations.

National Data: The GRE® General Test is a Valid Predictor of Law School Success

October 31, 2017

As a result of new research, the GRE ® General Test is poised to help law schools expand access to legal education and ease the burden for students interested in multiple education opportunities who would otherwise be required to prepare and pay for two tests.

Tribal College and University Presidents Convene to Improve Native Student Outcomes

August 10, 2017

Tribal college and university (TCU) presidents from across the country met last week to examine the critical role of data in addressing student enrollment, retention and success at their institutions serving Native American students.

Institute for Student Achievement Announces New President to Succeed Retiring Gerry House

July 12, 2017

The Institute for Student Achievement (ISA), a division of ETS, announced today that Dr. Stephanie Wood-Garnett, Vice President for Policy to Practice at the Alliance for Excellent Education, has been appointed ISA’s next president. Wood-Garnett succeeds Dr. Gerry House who announced her retirement earlier this month after nearly two decades of leadership. Wood-Garnett assumes the presidency July 25.

Nearly 10,000 Students Participate in Global English Project

June 26, 2017

English-language learners from across the globe submitted nearly 1,500 projects for the 2016-17 TOEFL® Young Students Series GO English! project, “What is Friendship? In Your Words.” For the third consecutive year, the program inspires students to practice and improve their English-language skills in the classroom under the guidance of their English-language teachers.