Where do candidates sit for Tests?
TOEFL Tests are administered at our LTS test centre at Taj Tower,8th Floor, Upperhill.
For SAT Tests we have centres in Nairobi, Mombasa and Eldoret. Please see the Test Centre availability chart for Test Centre selection for SAT registrations in Kenya.
Kindly note that LTS is the ONLY authorised SAT registration center in Kenya.
How long does it take to receive scores?
SAT results can be viewed from your collegeboard account and usually take approximately 21 days after your test date. Please Note: Test-takers with active online College Board SAT accounts do not receive paper score reports. To change this default, go to www.collegeboard.org/mysat
TOEFL iBT results will be ready approximately 10 days after your test date. Log in to your TOEFL iBT account on the TOEFL® registration website and click “View Scores” on your home page to see your scores. See the list of dates (PDF) for an estimate of when you will be able to view your scores.
Who is eligible for proficiency testing?
All individuals, companies or institutions who want to prove or improve their English proficiency levels using a globally recognized standard.
Where do these tests come from?
All our assessments are developed by US based Educational Testing Service (ETS), the world’s largest educational research and assessment organization.
How much do tests cost?
Prices vary depending on the assessment required. For a full breakdown of our fees please contact a member of staff.
How long are scores valid?
Scores are used to measure a test taker’s English proficiency at the time that a test is administered. Because English-language skills may improve or decline over time, a score report will not be re-issued if two years have passed since taking the test. ETS does not require testing centers to retain test administration data beyond two years.
How many times can I take the test?
There is no limit to the number of times a test taker can take the test, as long as the correct registration procedures are followed.
Why are test scores only valid for two years?
A test-taker’s skills can improve or decline over time. For this reason, the more recent the score, the more likely it is to be a valid indication of English-language ability. Scores will be kept on file and reported for two years.