TOEFL Test Centers in Mississippi, USA

By | February 16, 2019

TOEFL Test Centers in Mississippi

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

  1. Meridian Community College – STN13965A
    910 Highway 19n, Webb Hall,
    Meridian, Mississippi 39307 United States
  2. Prometric Test Center – APCN-3605
    1080 River Oaks Drive, Suite B-203,
    Flowood, Mississippi 39232 United States
  3. Ellisville – APCN-3606
    72 Technology Boulevard,
    Ellisville, Mississippi 39437 United States
    180 Magruder St, Mail Stop #9747, Mississippi State University,
    Mississippi State, Mississippi 39762 United States

Mississippi TOEFL iBT

Mississippi Area Codes

Short for MS, Mississippi was admitted to United States on 12/10/1817. The capital city is Jackson. With an area of 125,434 km², Mississippi has a population of 2,988,726. The population density is 23.83 people per km². According to ALLCITYCODES, Mississippi has 4 area codes: 228, 601, 662, 769. If you need to call your testing center, please be sure to add such an area code before phone number you are given.

Early History of Mississippi

The ancient Indians who lived in the territory of the modern state of Mississippi, belonged to the so-called “culture of the builders of mounds” (or “Mississippian culture”). They were characterized by agriculture, a developed trade network, a complex social structure, as well as the construction of flat-topped earth mounds, on which residential and religious buildings were built.

By the time European colonization began, the Indians of the Chickasaw, Choctaw, Natchez, Biloxi, Yazu, and Pascagoula peoples lived on the lands of the Mississippi.

The first European explorer of the Mississippi was in 1540 the famous Spanish pioneer Hernando de Soto, whose expedition came from present-day Florida through Georgia, South Carolina, North Carolina, Tennessee and Alabama.

After René de La Salle descended the Mississippi River from the Great Lakes to the Gulf of Mexico in 1682, France began to develop new lands named after King Louis (Louis) XIV “Louisiana”. In 1699, an expedition led by Pierre d’Iberville built the first European settlement on the lands of the Mississippi, Fort Mourepa (later known as “Old Biloxi”) in the area of ​​present-day Ocean Springs. In 1716, the French founded Fort Rosalie, which later grew into the city of Natchez and became the economic center of the region. From 1720 to 1723, Biloxi was the capital of the Louisiana colony.

In 1719, the French brought the first African slaves to Louisiana, since then the economy of the colony (including Mississippi) has been very dependent on the use of slave labor. It is characteristic that in the French colonies another, third (except for Europeans and Africans) racial group, the Creoles, was formed. At first, all people born in the colonies were called so, but later the term began to be used to refer to the descendants of white men and black (or mixed race) women. These so-called “colored Creoles” were free, many of them were educated, acquired property and played a significant role in the life of the colony. The influence of Creole culture is still very significant in the US South (especially in Louisiana).


Jackson [d ʒ æksn], capital of the state of Mississippi, on the Pearl River, USA, 179,600 residents (1950: 98,300 residents); catholic bishopric; Jackson State University; Colleges; Art, State Museum, State Library. Jackson is the main industrial, commercial, and transportation hub in Mississippi. The crude oil and natural gas extracted nearby (since the 1930s) are processed; also textile, wood and glass industries.

On the site of the trading post Le Fleur’s Bluff (founded 1792) Jackson was laid out as the capital in 1821/22 and named after A. Jackson; During the Civil War it suffered severe devastation in 1863 by the troops of Union General W. T. Sherman.