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Test of Proficiency in Korean

Test of Proficiency in Korean

TOPIK (Test of Proficiency in Korean) KLPT (Korean Language Proficiency Test)
Organization
- Korea Institute of Curriculum & Evaluation
- Ministry of Education, Science and Technology

- Ministry of Justice
- Ministry of Labor
Purpose
Academic purposes particularly for students to enter Korean graduate school
Employment purposes particularly for non-native Korean speakers
Evaluation
Vocabulary & grammar, writing, listening and reading
Listening, vocabulary, reading, grammar and conversation
Type of test
- Total 400 points
(100 points from each section)
- 3 levels: Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
- Classified: 1~6
- 100 questions, full score: 500
- EPS-KLT: Specialized for migrant workers to Korea by Ministry of Labor
- Basic-KLPT: Basic grammar, vocabulary
- KLPT: For foreign students to Korea, etc.
Examinees
- Korean language learners
- International students who wish to study in Korea
- Jobseekers who wish to work in domestic and overseas-based Korean companies and public institutions
For those who wish to work in Korea, to be able to carry out daily life in Korean, to communicate in their work and advance their careers.
Registration Date
Refer to homepage www.topik.or.kr
Refer to homepage www.klpt.org
Examination Center
(1)Overseas: Overseas Korean Embassies, Korean Proficiency Testing Commission, Korean Education Institute

(2) Korea: Pusan Nation University, Chungnam National University, Chonnam National University, Korean Institute for Curriculum, Evaluation and Commercial Centers in Seoul
(1) PBT (Paper based test)

- Overseas: www.klpt.org -> click "Registration" -> click to "Test Center/ Information Office"

- Home: www.klpt.org -> Kookmin University, Woosung University, Sun Moon University, Dong-A University, Kyungdong University, Yeungnam University, Chonnam National University (refer to bulletin board of KLPT homepage "Korean version" for maps and other details)

(2) CBT (Computer based test)

Available 365 days throughout the year through www.2test.com site
Registration Fee
35,000 Korean won (Price differs according to countries)
US$30
Homepage
www.topik.or.kr

(English, Chinese, Japanese, French, German, Spanish, Russian)
www.klpt.org

(English, Chinese, Japanese, Russian, Indonesian, Mongolian, Vietnamese)
e-mail
shin@kic.re.kr
klpt@klpt.org
Tel
82-2-3704-3906
 


* Note: Although the two tests EPS-KLPT and B-KLPT are similar, it is EPS-KLPT that is specialized for foreign workers in Korea. Those who wish to apply for EPS-KLPT should directly contact the homepage with e-mail or phone for more details.

 
 

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