TOEFL Test Centers in Alabama, USA

By | February 16, 2019

TOEFL Test Centers in Alabama

The TOEFL iBT test is offered in the state of Alabama. The list below shows testing locations for computer based TOEFL exam. Please scroll down to find the most up-to-date list of available test centers (including addresses) in Alabama.

  1. Montgomery – Lomac Street – APCN-2603
    4240 Lomac St,
    Montgomery, Alabama 36106 United States
    University Of Alabama, 301 7th Avenue; 2nd Floor, Houser Hall, Suite 2040,
    Tuscaloosa, Alabama 354870108 United States
  3. Birmingham – Beacon Parkway West – APCN-5123
    601 Beacon Parkway West, Suite 106,
    Birmingham, Alabama 35209 United States
  4. Auburn AL – APCN-2613
    Auburn University, 112 South College St – 232 Biggin Hall,
    Auburn, Alabama 36849 United States

Alabama TOEFL iBT

Alabama Area Codes

Short for AL, Alabama was admitted to United States on 12/14/1819. The capital city is Montgomery. With an area of 135,293 km², Alabama has a population of 4,863,300. The population density is 35.95 people per km². According to ALLCITYCODES, Alabama has 5 area codes: 205, 251, 256, 334, 938. If you need to call your testing center, please be sure to add such an area code before phone number you are given.

Economy of Alabama

In the north of the state, in the Huntsville area, a number of organizations associated with developments in the field of aerospace and military industries are concentrated.

In Huntsville, at the Redstone Arsenal military base, the US Army Air and Missile Command and the famous George Marshall Space Flight Center are located.

The Marshall Center is one of the main divisions of NASA. It was here, after the end of World War II, that the first American ballistic missiles were created under the leadership of the German designer Wernher von Braun. Later, at the Marshall Center, Saturn launch vehicles were created, with the help of which American astronauts were able to reach the Moon, engines and fuel tanks of reusable spacecraft (shuttles) were developed, some components of the International Space Station were designed and assembled.

Huntsville is home to the Cummings Research Park, the second largest in the United States. Research is carried out here on orders from such large companies as Boeing, Lockheed Martin and many others.

Also located in the Huntsville area are several firms in information technology and electronics (IntergraphAvocent), telecommunications services (Deltacom), DVD and Blu-ray disc production (Cinram).

Truck engines are made at the Toyota Motor plant in Huntsville.

The Huntsville area is considered one of the best places in the US to do business, especially in the high-tech field.

Alabama’s only deep-sea port, Mobile, is one of the ten largest ports in the United States in terms of the volume of cargo handled. Located on the Gulf of Mexico, it has river and canal access (the so-called “Tennessee-Tombigbee Way”) to the Tennessee, Ohio, Mississippi and Great Lakes of the United States.

In the largest metropolis of Alabama, Birmingham, one of the most famous medical centers in the United States is located – the University of Alabama Hospital. It not only treats patients, but also trains future doctors, and also conducts scientific research in the field of medicine and biotechnology. The hospital is the largest employer in the state, employing about twenty thousand people.

Also in Birmingham are the headquarters of several major financial, insurance and engineering companies.

In the city of Vance, near Birmingham, the only plant in the United States built by Mercedes-Benz.