TOEFL Test Centers in Florida, USA

By | February 16, 2019

TOEFL Test Centers in Florida

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

  1. ELS Language Centers – Melbourne – STN12638A
    Els/grissom Hall, 150 West University Blvd.,
    Melbourne, Florida 32901 United States
  2. ETS – UNIV. OF SOUTH FLORIDA – APCN-7562
    University Of South Florida-tampa, 3220 Usf Banyan Circle,
    Tampa, Florida 33613 United States
  3. ELS Language Centers – Tampa – STN13901A
    University Of Tampa, 110 N Brevard St,
    Tampa, Florida 33606 United States
  4. University of South Florida – Tampa – STN14094A
    3220 Usf Banyan Cirlce,
    Tampa, Florida 33613 United States
  5. Tampa – Mariner St. – APCN-0657
    5410 Mariner St., Suite 110,
    Tampa, Florida 33609 United States
  6. Sarasota – Main Street – APCN-0606
    1605 Main Street, Suite 1100,
    Sarasota, Florida 34236 United States
  7. University of Central Florida – STN11189A
    4297 Andromeda Loop N, University Testing Center, Howard Phillips Hall, Room 106,
    Orlando, Florida 32816 United States
  8. Orlando – Maitland – APCN-0080
    2170 West State Road 434, Suite 460,
    Longwood, Florida 32779 United States
  9. Orlando – Maitland – APCN-5836
    2170 West State Road 434, Ste 460,
    Longwood, Florida 32779 United States
  10. Fort Myers – APCN-5022
    2891 Center Pointe Drive, Suite 201,
    Fort Myers, Florida 33916 United States

Florida TOEFL iBT

Florida Area Codes

Short for FL, Florida was admitted to United States on 03/03/1845. The capital city is Tallahassee. With an area of 170,304 km², Florida has a population of 20,612,439. The population density is 121.03 people per km². According to ALLCITYCODES, Florida has 17 area codes: 239, 305, 321, 352, 386, 407, 561, 727, 754, 772, 786, 813, 850, 863, 904, 941, 954. If you need to call your testing center, please be sure to add such an area code before phone number you are given.

Florida Overview

In 1559, Tristan de Luna y Arellano arrived in Florida from Mexico and founded a new colony here, but two years later it was abandoned. Soon the French began to show interest in Florida, in 1564 they founded Fort Caroline on the site of modern Jacksonville, but a year later it was captured and destroyed by the Spaniards. Here, in 1565, the Spaniards built their fort, from which St. Augustine later grew – the oldest permanent European settlement in Florida and the oldest of all cities in the United States.

The Spanish maintained a presence in Florida, but in the late 17th and early 18th centuries they began to have conflicts with the French from Louisiana in the northwest and the English colonists from the Carolinas in the north. After the end of the French and Indian War in 1763, Spain ceded the rights to Florida to Great Britain, returning it to itself twenty years later, in 1783, after the defeat of the British in the American Revolutionary War. Be that as it may, the Spaniards during this period did not actually control the region, the Indians who lived here often attacked American settlements in Georgia, at the same time, the number of immigrants to Florida from the north was growing.

In 1814, during the war between the United States and Great Britain, units of the US Army under the command of the future seventh President of the United States, Andrew Jackson, ousted the British from their base in Pensacola. The so-called “First Seminole War” lasted from 1814-1819, a series of conflicts and clashes between the Seminole Indians and the US Army, which ended in victory for the Americans. In 1819, a treaty (known as the “Treaty of Adams-Onis”) was signed under which Spain ceded Florida to the United States in exchange for the United States relinquishing claims to Texas. In 1822, the US government created the Florida Territory.

After the adoption of the “Resettlement Law” by the US Congress in 1830, the gradual displacement of the Indians from the southeast of the United States (including Florida) to the west, to the “Indian Territory” (modern state of Oklahoma) began. The unwillingness of some Indians to leave their native lands led to the beginning in 1835 of the “Second Seminole War”. Seven years later, in 1842, the resistance of the Indians was crushed and almost all of them were evicted. On March 3, 1845, Florida became the twenty-seventh state of the United States.

Florida ranks third (after California and Texas) among US states in terms of population. The Sunshine State’s largest city, Jacksonville, now has about 920,000 people. Florida’s capital, Tallahassee, has about 200,000 residents. The largest metropolitan area in the state has grown around the city of Miami, with about 6,175,000 people living here.

Agriculture is one of Florida’s leading economic sectors. The “Sunshine State” produces most of the citrus fruits (primarily oranges and grapefruits) grown in the United States, and in terms of vegetable production, the state is second only to California. The state has well-developed forestry, animal husbandry and fishing. Minerals are mined in Florida, including phosphates used to make fertilizers. A very important source of income for the state is tourism, numerous nature reserves, beaches on the ocean coast and amusement parks annually attract millions of visitors to Florida.