TOPIK Test Info
Introduction to the Test of Proficiency in Korean (TOPIK)
Who Takes the TOPIK? What is the general purpose of the test?
Why take the TOPIK? How can I use my test results?
· To study at a higher education institution (undergraduate or graduate school) in Korea. This includes foreigners or Koreans who lived overseas and completed 12 years of education in a foreign country.
· To add a work visa and/or be hired by a Korean company
· To be approved for a medical license in Korea if the test taker has a foreign medical license
· To obtain a Korean language teaching license (2-3 level), which would allow a foreigner to teach Korean
· To get permanent residency
· To apply for a spousal visa
2018year Test Schedule
|The 56th||2017.12.11(Mon) – 12.18(Mon) 18:00 (8days)|
|The 57th||2018.01.29(Mon) – 02.05(Mon) 18:00 (8days)|
|The 58th||2018.03.05(Mon) – 03.12(Mon) 18:00 (8days)|
|The 59th||2018.05.21(Mon) – 05.28(Mon) 18:00 (8days)|
|The 60th||2018.08.06(Mon) – 08.13(Mon) 18:00 (8days)|
|The 61th||2018.09.03(Mon) – 09.10(Mon) 18:00 (8days)|
Results days (2018year)
|Results days||1nd Feb(Thu)||24th May(Thu)||28th Jun(Thu)||3th Aug(Fri)||29thNov(Thu)||20th Dec(Thu)|
How to Get Your Test Results
Test timetableGenerally the Beginner level test (TOPIK-I) is held in the morning and Intermediate-Advanced level test (TOPIK-II) in the afternoon. TOPIK-I is a 100 minutes test (40 minutes for Listening section and 60 minutes for Reading section) and will be finished in 1 session. TOPIK – II is a 3 a 3-hour exam, which is split into two sessions with a short break in between. The first session paper (110 minutes) consists of two sections: Listening and Writing and the second session paper (70 minutes) has one section – Reading.
How Groups Can Apply for TOPIK
ILI, 2nd floor, Office Number 210, Administration Office Ask for a Group Application Form