TOEFL Test Centers in Colorado, USA

By | February 16, 2019

TOEFL Test Centers in Colorado

The TOEFL iBT test is offered in ColoradoBrowse the list below to find the most up-to-date list of available test centers (including addresses), dates and times in Colorado.

1. Community College of Denver – STN10556A
Fee: $205
800 Curtis Street, Confluence Building Room 216, Nw Corner Of 7th Avenue And Curtis Street,
Denver, Colorado 80204 United States

2. Denver – Greenwood Village – APCN-0054
Fee: $205
5660 Greenwood Plaza Blvd., Triad North-suite 475,
Greenwood Village, Colorado 80111 United States

3. Boulder – Longmont – APCN-1201
Fee: $205
700 Ken Pratt Blvd, Parkway Promenade Suite 120,
Longmont, Colorado 80501 United States

4. Colorado Springs – N. Academy Boulevard – APCN-5116
Fee: $205
2790 N. Academy Blvd., Suite 317,
Colorado Springs, Colorado 80917 United States

5. Front Range Community College – STN20154A
Fee: $205
4616 S. Shields, Mount Antero, Suite 532, Room Ma 506,
Fort Collins, Colorado 80526 United States

Colorado TOEFL iBT

Colorado Area Codes

Short for CO, Colorado was admitted to United States on 08/01/1876. The capital city is Denver. With an area of 269,601 km², Colorado has a population of 5,540,545. The population density is 20.55 people per km². According to ALLCITYCODES, Colorado has 4 area codes: 303, 719, 720, 970. If you need to call your testing center, please be sure to add such an area code before phone number you are given.

Colorado Geography

Numerous ranges of the Rocky Mountains stretch across the state of Colorado from north to south. There are fifty-four mountain peaks in Colorado, whose height exceeds fourteen thousand feet (4,270 meters), US climbers call them “fourteen” (fourteeners).

Up to an altitude of 3,200 – 3,600 meters above sea level, the mountains are covered with coniferous forests, higher there are alpine meadows, and even higher – snow-capped peaks. Snow on the tops of the Rocky Mountains usually melts in mid-August, with the exception of a few glaciers.

The Continental Divide runs along the ridges of the Rocky Mountains, separating the river basins of the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans.

East of the Rocky Mountains is the Eastern Plain of Colorado – a vast high (more than a thousand meters above sea level) plain, which is part of the Great Plains region of the United States. Although Colorado is part of the Western States of the United States, the Eastern Plain is often referred to as part of the Midwestern United States.

Here, on the plains and in the eastern foothills of the Rocky Mountains, lives the majority of the population of the state of Colorado. Most of the cities are also located here, the largest of which is the capital of the state of Colorado, the city of Denver.

The largest rivers in eastern Colorado are the Arkansas and the South Platte.

The climate in eastern Colorado is temperate continental, semi-arid. Most of the precipitation falls from April to September, with alternating dry periods and heavy thunderstorms.

The region is characterized by large diurnal temperature fluctuations. The average temperature in July is 13°С at night and 27°С during the day, in January -12°С at night and -1°С during the day.

West of the Rocky Mountains in Colorado is the Colorado Plateau, which is part of the Intermountain Plateau region. Here flows the Colorado River, which collects runoff from the western slopes of the Rocky Mountains.

In the western part of the state of Colorado, Grand Mesa is located, the largest (about 1,300 km 2) table mountain in the world (that is, a mountain with a flat top, the name comes from Table Mountain in South Africa).

Climatic conditions in western Colorado are extremely heterogeneous and highly dependent on topography. In general, the region is arid, with most of the precipitation falling in winter.