Czech Republic TOEFL Testing Dates And Locations


Czech Republic TOEFL Testing Dates And Locations - GiveMeSomeEnglish!!!Below are the Czech Republic TOEFL Testing Dates and Locations for the cities that will be hosting the iBT version of the TOEFL Exam.
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The dates and locations listed here are as presented on the ETS website    The information here is updated according to the information presented by ETS    Dates and Locations are subject to change…  Please check back frequently.

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Ostrava

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Prague

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Prague 2

Fri. – Oct 4, 2019
Sat. – Nov 9, 2019
Sat. – Dec 14, 2019
Sat. – Dec 21, 2019
Sat. – Jan 4, 2020
Sat. – Jan 18, 2020

 

Prague 4

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All Test Dates and Locations are current as of August 29th, 2019.  This information is updated as further dates are made available.


 

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2 Comments

  1. Hello Vaclav,

    Thank you for the message and for bringing this to my attention.

    The name “Czech Republic” on this page and any other page on this site, is based on the information that is given by the organization that created and administers the exam – so you might want to direct your message to them as well. (However, I don’t think you will get such a quick response from them.) You can contact them here:

    https://www.ets.org/contact

    However – as you stated – the name “Czechia” is the “short name”, and the name “Czech Republic” is still the English formal name recognized by the UN and is simply the English form of Česká republika (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Name_of_the_Czech_Republic) so the information on this page is still correct.

    That being said – as it is very likely that many Czech people who would be searching for TOEFL dates would use the name “Czechia” I will definitely utilize this information. So thank you for helping me to target the very people who could use my help.

    Finally – I can tell that this issue is important for you by the addition of the links in your message. But if you want to appeal to someone to make a change which is not in any way necessary, then it is customary to start with a greeting, maybe an introductory statement of why you are writing, and the use of a phrase like “Please consider…” – otherwise it sounds like you are trying to force your own personal ideals or agenda onto someone who has no obligation to make such a change… which no one appreciates.

    Have An Excellent Day

    The Teacher

  2. Please update your style guide to CZECHIA.

    It’s official, internationally recognized short name since May 2016.

    https://unterm.un.org/UNTERM/Display/Record/UNHQ/NA/4275087d-4018-4082-899d-95f37efeda65

    CZECHIA is Included in the ISO norm 3166

    https://www.iso.org/obp/ui/#iso:code:3166:CZ

    US Department of State is using CZECHIA

    https://www.state.gov/p/eur/ci/ez/

    Swiss EDA is using Czechia

    https://www.eda.admin.ch/eda/en/home/representations-and-travel-advice/czech-republic.html

    Google Maps is using CZECHIA as well

    http://google-maps.pro/Czechia#49.103728,17.751007,7

    Many thanks and best regards

    Vaclav

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