TOEFL Test Centers in Kentucky, USA

By | February 16, 2019

TOEFL Test Centers in Kentucky

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

  1. Lexington – Richmond Road – APCN-1104
    2573 Richmond Rd, Suite 195,
    Lexington, Kentucky 40509 United States
  2. Louisville – New La Grange Road – APCN-1101
    7400 New La Grange Rd, Suite 110,
    Louisville, Kentucky 40222 United States

Kentucky TOEFL iBT

Kentucky Area Codes

Short for KY, Kentucky was admitted to United States on 06/01/1792. The capital city is Frankfort. With an area of 104,659 km², Kentucky has a population of 4,436,974. The population density is 42.39 people per km². According to ALLCITYCODES, Kentucky has 5 area codes: 270, 364, 502, 606, 859. If you need to call your testing center, please be sure to add such an area code before phone number you are given.


Kentucky [ken t ʌ ki], abbreviation Ky. Post officially KY, US state, 102,886 km 2, (2015) 4430000 residents (1960: 3.04 million, 1980: 3,660,000, 2000: 4.04 million residents); The capital is Frankfort. Kentucky is divided into 120 counties.

Law and Politics

Constitution of 1891; Senate with 38, House of Representatives with 100 members; Kentucky has 2 Senators and 6 MPs in Congress.


The land rises from the Mississippi river plain in the west and from the Ohio in the north over the deep bluegrass region, characterized by natural grass vegetation (bluegrass), to the highest part of the Cumberland plateau in the southeast (1,263 m above sea level). In the heavily karstified Central Kentucky there are numerous sinkholes and caves (including Mammoth Cave). Species-rich deciduous forests are found in 47% of the national territory. The climate is temperate continental.


In 2014, the proportion of whites was 88.3%, that of blacks 8.2%, and that of other groups 3.5%. Largest cities are Louisville and Lexington.

National parks in Kentucky

Kentucky has one National Park – Mammoth Cave. It is located on the Pennyroyal Plateau in the Brownsville area.

Mammoth Cave National Park was created to protect and study the world’s longest cave system, which includes, in addition to Mammoth itself, Flint Ridge Cave. The length of the surveyed passages exceeds 640 kilometers.

The Mammoth Cave National Park was founded in 1941 and in 1981 it was included in the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites.

National monuments in Kentucky

Mill Springs Battlefield is a museum and park dedicated to one of the battles of the American Civil War, which took place on January 19, 1862. Located in the area of ​​the village of Nancy.

Camp Nelson (“Camp Nelson”) is a training camp where during the Civil War they recruited and trained soldiers for the Union army, including fugitive slaves. Located near the city of Nicholasville, named after one of the commanders of the Union Army in Kentucky, William Nelson. Also nearby is Camp Nelson National Cemetery.

National Historic Parks in Kentucky

Cumberland Gap National Historic Park in southeastern Kentucky (as well as the neighboring states of Virginia and Tennessee), celebrating the history of the westward expansion of the United States from the Appalachians.

The Birthplace of Abraham Lincoln National Historical Park is a museum built on the site of a farm where the future 16th President of the United States was born and spent his early childhood. Located in Larue County near Hodgenville.

National battlefields in Kentucky

Fort Donelson Battlefield, located in southwestern Kentucky (and also in neighboring Tennessee) and dedicated to two battles fought there during the Civil War: the Battle of Fort Henry on February 6, 1862 and the Battle of Fort Donelson on February 11–16, 1862 of the year. Also located here is the Fort Donelson National Cemetery.

National Scenic Rivers in Kentucky

The Big South Fork National River and Recreation Area is a section of the Big South Fork of Cumberland River in southeastern Kentucky (and also in neighboring Tennessee). Its characteristic feature is a deep gorge cut by the river in the rocks, and a large number of stone arches formed as a result of erosion.