Praise for the iTEP Academic and iTEP Academic-Plus:

The iTEP is a great alternative to the TOEFL, TOEIC, and IELTS tests. This exam is welcome proof that you can achieve accurate assessment of English proficiency in less time and at a significantly lower cost. iTEP measures all key skills and features an intuitive, user-friendly interface, the convenience of on-demand scheduling, and results presented in a clear, one-page score report

John Katzman, Founder of The Princeton Review and CEO of 2tor, Inc.

It’s not often that one sees a fresh, credible, and innovative entry into the small catalog of English proficiency tests suitable for university-level admissions purposes. I find The iTEP exam to be well-conceived, comprehensive, and user-friendly. International applicants will appreciate its convenience, efficiency, and affordable price

Carol J. McAllister, Assistant Director of Admissions and Records, Calif. State Univ., Northridge

In our experience, iTEP provides an accurate and reliable assessment of non-native students’ ability to function in an English-speaking educational environment. We expect that as it is introduced to additional institutions, it will soon be widely recognized throughout the United States

Denise Kinsella , Associate Dean of International Education, Santa Monica College

Having thoroughly acquainted myself with the features of iTEP and considering its merits in comparison with the other English tests we recognize (TOEFL and IELTS), I added iTEP to our list of approved English language proficiency tests in summer of 2009. Based on my review of and experience with iTEP, I am pleased to recommend it

Gideon Malone, International Manager of UCLA Summer Sessions, Univ. of Calif., Los Angeles

iTEP offers significant benefits to both international applicants and US colleges and universities. Applicants like the fact that an individual iTEP exam can be scheduled within 3 days, and that the test costs only $99. Our office appreciates the turnaround of results and the clear, informative score report

Lark Cratty, Director of International Programs, Foothill and De Anza Colleges