The TOEFL iBT test is offered in the state of Nebraska. 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 Nebraska.
- Kearney – W 24th Street – APCN-5108
1615 W. 24th Street, College Of Education C106, University Of Nebraska At Kearney,
Kearney, Nebraska 68849 United States
Nebraska Area Codes
Short for NE, Nebraska was admitted to United States on 03/01/1867. The capital city is Lincoln. With an area of 200,345 km², Nebraska has a population of 1,907,116. The population density is 9.52 people per km². According to ALLCITYCODES, Nebraska has 3 area codes: 308, 402, 531. If you need to call your testing center, please be sure to add such an area code before phone number you are given.
National Monuments in Nebraska
Agate Fossil Beds (“Agate Fossils”) is a region near the village of Garrison in the west of the state, where a large number of well-preserved fossils have been found in the Niobrara River Valley. There is also a museum here, which contains a large collection of artifacts from the Indian peoples who lived on the Great Plains. National Monument status was granted by Agat Fossil Beds in 1997.
Scotts Bluff is a huge rock towering over the prairies of western Nebraska near the town of Gearing. In the 19th century, Scotts Bluff, visible from afar, was one of the most important landmarks for settlers traveling along the Oregon Trail to the west. Scotts Bluff was granted National Monument status in 1919.
National Historic Parks in Nebraska
Homestead National Historic Park (“Homestead”) includes a stretch of prairie near the town of Beatrice, which preserves several sites associated with the settlement of Nebraska in the second half of the 19th century.
National Historic Landmarks (Places) in Nebraska
Chimney Rock National Historic Site (Chimney Rock) is a huge cliff of unusual shape in the prairies in the west of the state (near the town of Bayar), which (like Scotts Bluff) served as a reference point for immigrants during the development of the US West.
National Scenic Rivers in Nebraska
The Missouri National River and Recreation Area are two sections of the river with a total length of about 160 km on the border of Nebraska and South Dakota, on which there are no hydraulic structures (dams, canals, etc), but floodplain forests and meadows with rich flora and fauna have been preserved.
The Niobrara National Scenic River is a section of the river and its adjacent territory about 120 km long in northern Nebraska, which is known for its beautiful landscapes with numerous streams, waterfalls, rapids flowing into the river, extremely rich in flora and fauna. Niobrara is very popular with lovers of tourism: kayaking, canoeing and similar water activities.
National trails in Nebraska
Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail, following the route of the legendary American pioneers from Pennsylvania to Oregon.
Oregon Trail, which in the 19th century used settler wagons from Missouri west to Oregon.
California Trail, following the route of the Oregon Trail, but on the Pacific coast extending south into present-day California.
Mormon Trail, followed by Mormons expelled from Illinois to Utah.
Pony Express National Historic Trail, replicating the route used by horse-drawn couriers to deliver mail from Missouri to California in the early 1960s.