college & University Admissions Testing

The iTEP Academic test was designed by industry professionals to provide accurate and reliable results for post-secondary level international student admissions. iTEP Academic-Plus evaluates grammar, listening, reading, writing, and speaking with score ranges from 0-6. All iTEP tests are aligned to the CEFR (Common European Framework of Reference) and deliver detailed score reports within 24 hours.

A rapidly increasing number of US colleges and universities have made iTEP Academic a routine part of their admissions process due to its reliability, efficacy, and worldwide availability for international applicants.

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Testing Centers

iTEP’s security measures are thorough. From prevention to post-assessment monitoring, we will ensure that all results submitted to partner institutions are an accurate portrayal of the applicant’s English abilities. To read about our full security measures click here.

Individuals applying to colleges or universities must take iTEP Academic at certified iTEP Test Centers. The iTEP Academic exam is administered in 90 minutes with results available to you within one business days.

iTEP Academic can be taken at any certified iTEP Test Center worldwide for $129 USD.

We have partner institutions all around the world, and our list of partners is always growing. To see a current list of institutions who accept iTEP, please click here. Interested in becoming a partner school? Apply today

What our customers think

“iTEP is quick and flexible to administer, which keeps costs low. iTEP also offers superior customer service.”
–Yuni Nguyen
President, American Language Academy,
“We administer ITEP on campus and have found it efficient and easy to use. I like that we receive quick scores and reports with useful feedback that we make available to students"
–Rebecca Lawrence
Massachusetts International Academy, MA
“iTEP Academic is a wonderful alternative to other English language proficiency tests. iTEP makes an ideal assessment tool to measure ongoing progress, and a viable exit examination that measure the proficiency of students who have completed your program.”
–Dr. Paul Hofmann
California State University, Fresno, CA