TOEFL Test Centers in Minnesota, USA

By | February 16, 2019

TOEFL Test Centers in Minnesota

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

    651 1st Avenue South, Atwood Center Room 218 Testing Ctr/scsu,
    St. Cloud, Minnesota 56301 United States

Minnesota TOEFL iBT

Minnesota Area Codes

Short for MN, Minnesota was admitted to United States on 05/11/1858. The capital city is Saint Paul. With an area of 225,365 km², Minnesota has a population of 5,519,952. The population density is 24.49 people per km². According to ALLCITYCODES, Minnesota has 7 area codes: 218, 320, 507, 612, 651, 763, 952. If you need to call your testing center, please be sure to add such an area code before phone number you are given.

National parks in Minnesota

Voyagers National Park is located in northern Minnesota near the city of International Falls and the Canadian border. The park got its name in honor of the “voyageurs” (voyageurs) – French fur traders, the first Europeans to explore this region.

Voyagers Park is known for its reservoirs, on its territory there are (in whole or in part) four large lakes, as well as many small ones. There are many kayak and canoe enthusiasts among visitors to the park. Unlike other US National Parks, much of Voyagers Park is only accessible by water.

Voyagers National Park was created in 1975.

National Monuments in Minnesota

The Grand Portage is about fourteen kilometers long, bypassing numerous waterfalls and rapids, along the Pigeon River before its confluence with Lake Superior in northeastern Minnesota. The Grand Portage area was important for the Indian peoples living in the region, and later became one of the largest centers for the fur trade with Europeans. The status of a National Monument was granted in 1958.

Pipestone is a quarry located in southwestern Minnesota, where for many centuries the Indians mined the mineral catlinite, traditionally used to make ceremonial pipes (“pipestone”, pipestone – “pipe stone”). The status of a National Monument was given to the Pipestone Quarry in 1937, now only representatives of indigenous peoples are allowed to extract stone from it.

National Scenic Rivers in Minnesota

The Mississippi National River and Recreation Area is a 116 km section of the upper course of America’s greatest river, including passing through the “twin cities” of Minneapolis and St. Paul. On its territory there are several natural and historical attractions.

The St. Croix National Scenic Riverway is located in eastern Minnesota and northwestern neighboring Wisconsin. This is a system of river routes with a length of more than four hundred kilometers (the largest of which are the Sainte-Croix and Neimcagon rivers), as well as the lands adjacent to them.

National trails in Minnesota

The North Country Trail (“Northern Trail”) is a walking route from New York State in the east to North Dakota in the west.