TOEFL Test Centers in Georgia, USA

By | February 16, 2019

TOEFL Test Centers in Georgia

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

  1. Macon – North Side Drive – APCN-3012
    3312 North Side Dr., Suite A-180,
    Macon, Georgia 31210 United States
  2. Georgia Southwestern State University – STN14910A
    800 Georgia Southwestern State University Dr, Sanford Hall Room 310,
    Americus, Georgia 31709 United States
  3. ETS – ALBANY STATE UNIVERSITY – APCN-7563
    504 College Drive, Academic Bldg. Room 195, Albany State University,
    Albany, Georgia 317052717 United States
  4. Albany – Archwood Dr – APCN-3013
    2510 Archwood Drive, Unit #13,
    Albany, Georgia 31707 United States
  5. Valdosta – River Street – APCN-3024
    1709 River St, Co-located W/ Sylvan Learning Ctr,
    Valdosta, Georgia 31602 United States

Georgia TOEFL iBT

Georgia Area Codes

Short for GA, Georgia was admitted to United States on 01/02/1788. The capital city is Atlanta. With an area of 153,909 km², Georgia has a population of 10,310,653. The population density is 66.99 people per km². According to ALLCITYCODES, Georgia has 9 area codes: 229, 404, 470, 478, 678, 706, 762, 770, 912. If you need to call your testing center, please be sure to add such an area code before phone number you are given.

Georgia

Georgia [ d ʒ ɔ ː d ʒ ə], abbreviation Ga., Post officially GA, state in the southeastern US, 149,962 km 2, (2015) 10.2 million residents (1960: 3,940,000 1980: 5.46 million, 2000: 8.19 million residents). Capital is Atlanta; there are 159 administrative districts (counties).

Law and Politics

According to the constitution, which came into force on January 1, 1977, Georgia has a bicameral parliament consisting of a Senate (56 members) and a House of Representatives (180 members); the members of both chambers are elected for 2 years. Georgia has 2 Senators and 14 MPs in Congress.

Geography

Georgia is part of the Atlantic coastal plain with swamps in the coastal area, on the Piedmont Plateau, on the Blue Ridge (eastern edge of the Appalachian Mountains), on the Great Appalachian Valley and in the extreme northwest on the Cumberland Plateau. Georgia has a warm temperate, humid climate; in Atlanta the mean temperatures in January are 7 ° C, in July 26 ° C, the annual rainfall is around 1,200 mm.

Population

In 2014, the proportion of whites was 62.1%, that of blacks 31.5%, others 6.4%. The largest cities are the capital Atlanta as well as Augusta, Columbus and Macon.

Economy

The core area of ​​agriculture is the Piedmont Plateau, in which the earlier cotton monoculture has been replaced by diverse cultivation (cotton, peanuts, tobacco, maize and soybeans) as well as highly developed cattle, pigs and especially poultry farming. The pine forests (about two-thirds of the national area) were formerly used for turpentine, today for cellulose production. Georgia supplies kaolin, granite, fuller’s earth, and marble. In addition to a diverse textile industry, vehicle construction, chemical and food industries developed in particular in Atlanta. Large tourist centers emerged on the coast, as well as military bases such as King’s Bay Naval Base or Fort Benning near Columbus.

History

de Soto was the first European to set foot on what is now Georgia, which in the following years was disputed for a long time between the English, Spanish and French. Since 1733 it was settled on behalf of the British Crown by trustees under J. E. Oglethorpe and named after George II.named. Georgia became a crown colony in 1754, declared independence in 1776, and adopted a constitution in 1777. On January 2, 1788, it was the fourth of the founding states and the first of the southern states to ratify the US Constitution. The still open western border was established until 1802. The use of slaves (slavery was introduced with the new constitution) made it possible to transform the small farms into large-scale cotton plantations. Georgia played a leading role in the secession (annexed to the Confederate States in 1861) and suffered badly in the Civil War (March General W. T. Shermans from Atlanta to Savannah); In 1870 it was re-admitted to the Union. The large plantations broke up v. a. as a result of the liberation of the slaves and were leased to small tenants. In the following period, the abolition of racial segregation and the equality of blacks became the central problem (civil rights movement).