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GRE®

The world's most widely used admission test for graduate & professional school. Learn more

HiSET®

A new opportunity to earn a high school equivalency credential. Learn more

PRAXIS®

A trusted leader in educator licensure assessment. Learn more

TOEFL®

The premier English-language test for admissions worldwide. Learn more

TOEIC®

The global standard for assessing English-language proficiency for the workplace. Learn more

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  • Higher Education
  • Workplace & Training

Practical, hands-on training for institutions and academic programs to create effective assessment processes to achieve institutional goals. Participants work with their own data — regardless of the assessment used — to create "real-life" plans that optimize their institutional resources. Participants attend the workshops to advance their continuous improvement and accreditation initiatives.

  • English Language Learning
  • Higher Education
  • K-12 Student Programs
  • Scoring Services

An online, instructor-led writing development tool through which students receive a holistic score with feedback on grammar, usage and mechanics to help guide their writing revision process. Educators and instructors use the tool to help K-12, college and English-language learning students develop critical writing skills.

  • Scoring Services

An artificial intelligence engine that uses natural language processing to score an essay and provide diagnostic feedback about grammar, usage, mechanics, style, and organization and development. Companies and institutions use this patented technology to power their custom applications. It also powers ETS’s Criterion and ScoreItNow! services.

  • Workplace & Training

A series of seminars and courses on topics related to large-scale assessment, taught by a faculty of ETS assessment experts. Educators, policymakers and testing professionals worldwide attend courses to exchange ideas on topical issues and challenges, as well as gain practical, "how-to" advice.

  • Higher Education

Outcomes assessments that measure students' critical knowledge and understanding of a field of study. MFTs are offered in a dozen undergraduate fields and for business programs at the associate, bachelor and master levels. Institutions reference national comparative data to assess and demonstrate the effectiveness of their programs and improve curricula.

  • Educator Licensure

A next-generation performance assessment that incorporates classroom simulations and high-leverage practices to measure prospective teachers' knowledge and skills as applied to teaching practice. States can use the NOTE for Elementary Education licensure test to measure candidates' readiness to teach in the classroom on day one.

  • Educator Licensure

Evidence-based portfolio assessments that measure what educators know and can do at different career stages, including pre-service, teacher leadership and school leadership roles. States use the assessments as part of their educator preparation program and licensure requirements.

  • Higher Education

A general education outcomes assessment of core skills — critical thinking, reading, writing and mathematics — in a single, efficient test. Higher education institutions use the results to demonstrate program effectiveness for accreditation and funding, inform teaching, and analyze trends.

  • Higher Education

An admissions exam that measures the verbal, quantitative, analytical reasoning, written expression and English as a Foreign Language skills of candidates applying to graduate and professional programs taught in Spanish. Institutions use EXADEP scores, along with other measures, to identify the best candidates for their programs.

  • Higher Education

An admissions exam that measures the verbal reasoning, quantitative reasoning, critical thinking and analytical writing skills of candidates applying to graduate and business schools. Institutions use scores, along with other measures, to identify the best candidates for their programs, and for placement, program evaluation and selection of fellowship recipients.

  • Higher Education

A database of individuals from around the world who are planning to pursue graduate-level study; most have recently taken or plan to take a GRE® test. Institutions search the database using more than 30 criteria and create targeted mailing lists of qualified prospects to incorporate into their ongoing recruitment campaigns.

  • Higher Education

Admissions exams that assess graduate school candidates' knowledge of subject matter needed to pursue graduate study in their desired field. Institutions use scores, along with other measures, to identify the best candidates for their programs, and for placement, program evaluation and selection of fellowship recipients.

  • Higher Education

A suite of computer-delivered, modular, student learning outcomes assessments that measure Critical Thinking, Quantitative Literacy, Written Communication, Civic Competency & Engagement, and Intercultural Competency & Diversity. Institutions use these tools, in conjunction with internal assessments, to gain a more complete view of actionable data for accreditation and curriculum improvement.

  • K–12 Student Programs
  • Workplace & Training

A national high school equivalency testing program through which out-of-school youth and adults demonstrate their skills and knowledge and earn a state-issued high school equivalency (HSE) credential. States select the HiSET exam to help adults show their readiness for college and career.

  • K–12 Student Programs

A school support consultancy approved by the What Works Clearinghouse that addresses the academic, social and emotional needs of traditionally underserved and underperforming high school students. Schools partner with ISA to transform practices and create a culture of success so that students graduate prepared for college and careers.

  • K–12 Student Programs

Large-scale summative assessments developed in collaboration with educators to provide a comprehensive measure of student learning. States use these assessment programs to understand student achievement, evaluate programs, demonstrate accountability, and develop positive teaching and learning environments.

  • Educator Licensure

A general aptitude test that measures the reading, writing and math competencies of prospective and practicing paraprofessionals. The test also measures their ability to apply these competencies during classroom instruction. School districts use the test, which many states require for paraprofessional certification, to inform their hiring, placement and development decisions.

  • Higher Education

Online practice tests that contain never-before-published, real GRE General Test questions and provide scores within minutes on all three measures and explanations for correct answers. Students use the product — the closest simulation to taking the real test — to become familiar with the test and sharpen their skills before test day.

  • Educator Licensure

Assessments that measure prospective teachers' basic academic skills for program admission, subject-specific knowledge and teaching skills. State and professional licensing organizations use the Praxis tests to identify which candidates are prepared to enter the teaching profession. States use the Praxis assessments in their licensure and certification process.

  • Educator Licensure

A blended learning program that helps pre-service, induction and veteran teachers and administrators prepare for ethical dilemmas they might encounter within the school and the community. Districts use the program to guide ethical decision making. Educator preparation programs use it as part of their professional training program.

  • Educator Licensure

Assessments that measure whether education leaders have the knowledge believed necessary to competent professional practice, based on both national job analysis studies and a set of standards identified by the Interstate School Leaders Licensure Consortium (ISLLC). States use the assessments in the licensure process for principals, superintendents and school leaders.

  • Higher Education

A course evaluation survey that captures students' perceptions of their higher education learning experiences. Institutions use the survey to assess instruction quality, reward teaching excellence and strengthen their academic programs.

  • Higher Education

A holistic assessment that helps identify and support at-risk students by measuring proven, noncognitive predictors of college success. Institutions use this early warning tool to help improve student retention and success.

  • K–12 Student Programs
  • Scoring Services

An artificial intelligence tool that uses natural language processing to evaluate text complexity, provide feedback and grade-level classifications, and produce score reports and recommendations. Publishers and educators use the tool to ensure they are accurately measuring text complexity and aligning text to state standards.

  • Workplace & Training

A test that evaluates the French-language listening and reading proficiency levels of people whose native language is not French. Individuals take the test to show how well they can communicate in French in workplace environments. Companies and organizations use results to inform their hiring, selection and promotion decisions.

  • English Language Learning
  • Higher Education

The flagship test of the TOEFL® family measures English-language proficiency at the university level using integrated tasks in reading, listening, speaking, and writing. More than 10,000 institutions worldwide use TOEFL scores to identify applicants who can communicate in English. A paper-delivered version is available where internet testing is not feasible.

  • English Language Learning

Tests that schools administer to measure their own students' English-language abilities in listening comprehension, structure and written expression, and reading comprehension. Educators use scores to make decisions — such as placement and progress evaluation — that do not require a secure testing environment. Scores are not used for university admissions.

  • English Language Learning

The TOEFL Junior® Standard Test measures listening comprehension, language form and meaning, and reading comprehension, and the TOEFL Junior® Speaking Test measures English speaking ability. Designed for middle-school students (ages 11+), the tests are used for placement and to measure progress as students learn the English language.

  • English Language Learning

An online practice test that uses authentic past TOEFL iBT questions and provides scoring and performance feedback for all skills — reading, listening, speaking, and writing — within 24 hours. Students use the product — the closest simulation to taking the real test — to become familiar with the test and sharpen their skills.

  • English Language Learning

Tests that measure listening comprehension, reading comprehension and the speaking ability of students ages 8+ for whom English is a foreign language. Teachers and schools use scores for placement and to measure progress as students learn the English language.

  • English Language Learning
  • Workplace & Training

A one-day professional development program through which English-language teachers can learn instructional techniques and strategies for using the integrated-skills approach to teaching and for preparing students for the TOEFL iBT test. Teachers attend the workshops to increase their success in teaching student English as a second language.

  • Higher Education

A database of over a million individuals from around the world who recently took or plan to take the TOEFL iBT test. Institutions search the database using criteria such as TOEFL score band, country and field of study to create targeted mailing lists to make their recruitment campaigns more effective.

  • English Language Learning

A test that measures the ability of nonnative English speakers to listen to and read everyday English. Designed for beginner to intermediate learners, the test helps test takers set goals and track their progress. Institutions, organizations and language schools worldwide use the test to inform placement, development and other decisions.

  • English Language Learning
  • Workplace & Training

An online, self-paced course created by the makers of the TOEIC tests that uses real-life workplace scenarios and authentic TOEIC test questions, and provides score and performance feedback. The course helps individuals build the English skills needed for everyday workplace situations and prepare for the TOEIC Listening and Reading test.

  • English Language Learning
  • Workplace & Training

A comprehensive, professional development program, led by ETS-approved facilitators, that provides English-language teachers with instructional techniques and strategies that help prepare students for the TOEIC tests. Teachers attend to explore different approaches to language teaching and learning that produce effective results in both testing and real-life settings.

  • English Language Learning
  • Workplace & Training

Tests that measure the ability of nonnative English speakers to listen, read, speak and write in English. Over 14,000 organizations in 160 countries use TOEIC scores to identify individuals with the English-language skills needed to succeed in the global workplace and to inform their hiring, placement and promotion decisions.

  • Workplace & Training

An employer-sponsored program through which employees can prepare for and earn a state-issued high school equivalency credential. Human resources leaders use the program to bolster job force development and improve employee retention.

  • Workplace & Training

An online recruiting tool that indicates whether a job candidate's behavioral skills match those needed for a particular job. The assessment measures six key behavioral competencies that predict success in the workplace and 13 underlying behavioral attributes. Hiring managers use the assessment to identify candidates most likely to succeed.

  • Workplace & Training

An online assessment and training curriculum that helps individuals develop behaviors critical to workplace success. The assessment measures key behavioral competencies, and the companion training provides modular instruction to develop these desired behaviors. Organizations use the program to prepare job seekers for the workplace or to develop their employees.

  • Workplace & Training

An assessment that measures an individual's skill at using written and printed information on three cognitive ability scales: Reading Prose, Reading Documents and Quantitative. Hiring managers use the assessment to identify candidates who have the basic cognitive skills needed for a particular job.

 

Clients of ETS

Government agencies, states and organizations hire ETS to develop and manage programs on their behalf. Examples include our 60-year relationship with the College Board to develop and administer its SAT® test and other programs, our 30-year relationship with the National Center for Education Statistics to develop and administer its NAEP test, and our long-term relationship with the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development in developing and administering its PISA and PIAAC international skills assessments, among others.