Cancellation & Rescheduling of TOEIC & TOEFL Tests in January 2021 due to COVID-19 MCO

Dear Candidates,

Test Center Malaysia, Eshia & Associates and ETS joins in the worldwide concern for everyone affected by this health crisis.

Due to the severity of the COVID-19 pandemic in Malaysia, the government of Malaysia has declared a “State of Emergency” for Malaysia effective immediately until 1-August-2021 and reinstituted the “movement control order (MCO) in the country” and all businesses, schools and non-essential government agencies to close and/or operate at minimum from 13-January-2021 until 26-January-2021.

Foreign travelers are still barred from entering the country.

In compliance to this directive, effective immediately we therefore cancel and rescheduled all the upcoming TOEIC and TOEFL Tests scheduled in January 2021.

All TOEIC and TOEFL tests are rescheduled as follows:
a) TOEIC Listening & Reading Test Kuala Lumpur on 16-January-2021 rescheduled to 20-February-2021
b) TOEIC Listening & Reading Test Penang on 16-January-2021 rescheduled to 20-February-2021
c) TOEIC Listening & Reading Test Johor Bahru on 16-January-2021 rescheduled to 20-February-2021
d) TOEIC Speaking & Writing Test Kuala Lumpur on 20-January-2021 rescheduled to 17-February-2021
e) TOEFL ITP Test Kuala Lumpur on 21-January-2021 rescheduled to 3-February-2021
f) TOEFL iBT Test Kuala Lumpur on 30-January-2021 is as per schedule

The safety and health of all test takers, our staff and the entire TOEIC and TOEFL community are our utmost concern and we plan to continue to work with you to manage this situation.

If we can be of further assistance, please do not hesitate to reach out to us via WhatsApp only to our emergency hotline number +6016.217.8355

We will keep you updated on further developments and wish everyone good health and wellness during this difficult time.

Thank you.

Welcome to TOEIC Malaysia


For more than 30 years, the Test of English for International Communication (TOEIC) test has set the standard for assessing English language skills used in the workplace. Today TOEIC test scores are used by 10,000 companies, government agencies and English language learning programs in 120 countries, and more than 5 million TOEIC tests were administered last year.

The TOEIC tests:

  • Help businesses build a more effective workforce
  • Give job seekers and employees a competitive edge
  • Enable universities to better prepare students for the international workplace

Organizations and job seekers around the world trust TOEIC scores to help them get ahead of the competition.

The TOEIC test was developed in 1979 by Educational Testing Service (ETS), a recognized leader in designing state-of-the-art assessment systems.