TOEFL Test Centers in Connecticut, USA

By | February 16, 2019

TOEFL Test Centers in Connecticut

The TOEFL iBT test is offered in the state of Connecticut. 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 Connecticut.

  1. New Haven – APCN-2401
    Prometric Test Centre, Northhaven Shopping Ctr – 117 Washington Ave,
    North Haven, Connecticut 06473 United States
    30 Hazel Terrace, Suite #4,
    Woodbridge, Connecticut 06525 United States
  3. Hartford – Glastonbury – APCN-0048
    655 Winding Brook Drive, Suite 0080 (ground Floor),
    Glastonbury, Connecticut 06033 United States
  4. Hartford – Glastonbury – APCN-5480
    655 Winding Brook Drive, Suite 0080 (ground Floor),
    Glastonbury, Connecticut 06033 United States
  5. New York City – Norwalk – APCN-2416
    444 Westport Ave,
    Norwalk, Connecticut 06851 United States

Connecticut TOEFL iBT

Connecticut Area Codes

Short for CT, Connecticut was admitted to United States on 01/09/1788. The capital city is Hartford. With an area of 14,357 km², Connecticut has a population of 3,576,452. The population density is 249.11 people per km². According to ALLCITYCODES, Connecticut has 4 area codes: 203, 475, 860, 959. If you need to call your testing center, please be sure to add such an area code before phone number you are given.

Some Notable Natives and Residents of Connecticut

  • Benedict Arnold (Benedict Arnold, 1741–1801) was an American army officer who successfully fought for US independence, but later defected to the British side. Born in Norwich.
  • Noah Webster (Noah Webster, 1758-1843) – linguist, creator of American dictionaries of the English language. Born in Hartford.
  • Charles Goodyear (Charles Goodyear, 1800–1860) was a chemical engineer who invented the rubber vulcanization process. Born in New Haven.
  • John Brown (1800–1859) was a famous abolitionist. Born in Torrington.
  • Phineas Barnum (Phineas Barnum, 1810-1891) – showman, politician and businessman, founder of the most famous American circus. Born in the city of Bethel.
  • Harriet Beecher Stowe (1811-1896) was a famous writer and fighter for the emancipation of slaves. Born in Litchfield.
  • Samuel Colt (Samuel Colt, 1814-1862) – inventor and businessman, founder of the arms company. Born in Hartford.
  • Mark Twain (pseudonym of Samuel Clemens) ( Samuel Clemens aka Mark Twain, 1835–1910) was a famous writer who was born in Missouri but lived in Hartford.
  • Julian Alden Weir (1852-1919) is a famous artist. Born in New York, but later lived in Connecticut.
  • Katharine Hepburn (Katharine Hepburn, 1907-2003) is one of the greatest actresses in the history of Hollywood, four times Oscar winner. Born in Hartford.
  • George Walker Bush (1945–) is the 43rd President of the United States. Born in New Haven.

Connecticut State Symbols

  • Tree – “Charter Oak” (associated with Connecticut history, Quercus Alba, white oak)
  • Flower – broad-leaved Kalmia (Kalmia latifolia, mountain laurel)
  • Beast – sperm whale (Physeter macrocephalus)
  • Bird – wandering thrush (Turdus migratorius)
  • Fish – American shad (Alosa sapidissima)
  • Mantis insect (Mantis religiosa)
  • Clam – Eastern (Atlantic) oyster (Crassostrea virginica)
  • Naval ship – submarine “Nautilus” (USS Nautilus SSN-571)
  • Song – “Yankee Doodle” (Yankee Doodle) and “Beautiful Connecticut Waltz” (Beautiful Connecticut Waltz)
  • Dance – square dance
  • Mineral – pomegranate
  • Fossil – dilophosaurus (Dilophosaurus) and prints (traces) of dinosaurs

Some National Historic Landmarks in Connecticut

  • The 19th-century whaling ship Charles W. Morganat Port Mystic is the only vessel of its type still in existence in the United States.
  • The Coltsville Historic District in Hartford, which includes a factory and other facilities associated with the famous inventor and weapons manufacturer Samuel Colt.
  • Connecticut Hall in New Haven is Yale University’s oldest building.
  • Built in the 1970s, the State Capitol building in Hartford.
  • Located in Wethersfield , the home of Silas Dean, a member of the Continental Congress and the first American diplomat.
  • The archaeological site of Fort Shantok in the city of Montville, where the remains of the settlement of the Mohegan Indians have been preserved.
  • Grove Street Cemetery in New Haven (on the Yale campus) where many famous Americans are buried.
  • The world’s first nuclear submarine “Nautilus” in Groton, which has become one of the official symbols of the state.
  • House of the famous writer Mark Twain in Hartford.