The TOEFL iBT test is offered in the state of Idaho. 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 Idaho.
- Boise State University – STN13992A
2055 Cesar Chavez Lane, Simplot-micron Bldg, Suite 213, Parking At Brady St Garage,
Boise, Idaho 837251450 United States
- Boise – Meridian – APCN-2002
Idaho State University, 1311 East Central Drive, Room # 679a,
Meridian, Idaho 83642 United States
Idaho Area Codes
Short for ID, Idaho was admitted to United States on 07/03/1890. The capital city is Boise. With an area of 216,446 km², Idaho has a population of 1,683,140. The population density is 7.78 people per km². According to ALLCITYCODES, Idaho has 2 area codes: 208, 986. If you need to call your testing center, please be sure to add such an area code before phone number you are given.
February in the U.S. History
1861 Jefferson Davis is inaugurated as President of the Confederate States of America in Montgomery, Alabama .
1876 John Tunstall was killed in New Mexico, sparking the ” Lincoln County War “.
1885 Mark Twain ‘s The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, later called “the great American novel”, is published in the USA.
1930 Astronomer Clyde Tombaugh, working at the Lowell Observatory in Arizona, discovered a new object in the solar system, later named “Pluto” and long considered the ninth planet.
1929 The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences of the United States first announced its award, now known as the ” Oscar “.
1977 First flight of a modified Boeing 747 carrying the Enterprise Space Shuttle prototype took place at Edwards AFB in California.
2001 FBI agent Robert Hanssen, later convicted of spying for the USSR and Russia, was arrested in Virginia .
1674 England and the Netherlands signed an agreement according to which the colony of New Amsterdam (the future state of New York) became English.
1807 Former US Vice President Aaron Burr was arrested in Alabama on charges of treason.
1878 Thomas Edison patents the phonograph.
1914 Child by mail: Four-year-old Charlotte May Pierstorf was mailed by her parents (much cheaper than buying train tickets) from Grangeville, Idaho, to her grandparents who lived about a hundred miles away (with a stamp pasted on her coat). After this sensational incident, the US Postal Service banned people from being shipped.
1942 US President Franklin D. Roosevelt signed an order for the internment of ethnic Japanese.
1945 US Marines land on Iwo Jima.
1792 The first President of the United States, George Washington, signed into law the creation of the United States Postal Service.
1872 The famous Metropolitan Museum of Art opens in New York.
1939 In New York, in Madison Square Garden, a mass meeting of supporters of Nazism was held.
1962 The Mercury-Atlas 6 spacecraft was launched from Cape Canaveral, Florida , in which astronaut John Glenn was the first American (and third in the world) to make an orbital space flight.
1878 The world’s first telephone directory was published in New Haven, Connecticut .
1885 In the District of Columbia, a solemn ceremony was held to dedicate a monument built on the National Mall to the first President of the United States, George Washington.
1887 Oregon became the first state in the United States to declare Labor Day a public holiday.
1948 The extremely popular National Stock Car Racing Association (NASCAR) was founded.
1965 Malcolm X, one of the most prominent black civil rights activists, was assassinated in New York.
1972 Richard Nixon becomes the first US President to visit China.
1994 Senior CIA officer Aldrich Ames was arrested on charges of spying for the USSR and Russia.