The TOEFL iBT test is offered in the state of New Jersey. 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 New Jersey.
- Central New Jersey – Hamilton – APCN-4113
1 Aaa Drive, Suite 202,
Hamilton Township, New Jersey 08610 United States
- Philadelphia – Laurel Springs – APCN-4101
1381 Chews Landing Road Bldg 5, Chews Landing Commons,
Laurel Springs, New Jersey 08021 United States
New Jersey Area Codes
Short for NJ, New Jersey was admitted to United States on 12/18/1787. The capital city is Trenton. With an area of 22,588 km², New Jersey has a population of 8,944,469. The population density is 395.98 people per km². According to ALLCITYCODES, New Jersey has 10 area codes: 201, 551, 609, 640, 732, 848, 856, 862, 908, 973. 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 New Jersey
The Statue of Liberty is a majestic sculptural monument installed in Upper New York Bay on Liberty Island, one of the most famous symbols of the United States. Also included in the national monument are the Statue of Liberty Museum and Ellis Island, which for decades was the largest entry point for immigrants to the United States. UNESCO World Heritage Site. Geographically refers to both New Jersey and the neighboring state of New York. The status of a National Monument was given to the Statue of Liberty in 1924.
National Historic Parks in New Jersey
Morristown National Historical Park includes several Revolutionary War-era sites, including the George Washington Headquarters Museum. Established in March 1933, Morristown became the first National Historic Park in the United States of America.
Great Falls National Historical Park in Paterson, one of the centers of the Industrial Revolution in the United States.
Thomas Edison National Historical Park is the laboratory and residence of the famous inventor in the town of West Orange.
National Recreation Areas in New Jersey
The Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area is a scenic stretch of the Delaware River 64 km long on the border of the states of New Jersey and Pennsylvania.
Gateway National Recreation Area – several sites on the coast of New York Bay (both in New Jersey and in the neighboring state of New York), which contain beaches, parks, and historical sites (including the oldest operating lighthouse in the United States Sandy Hook).
National Scenic Rivers in New Jersey
Great Egg Harbor National Scenic River, flowing in the south of the state mainly along coastal lands overgrown with pine woodlands.
The Middle Delaware National Scenic River is a section of the river within the Delaware Water Gap.
National Wildlife Refuge in New Jersey
The Pinelands National Wildlife Refuge is a region of mixed (mostly pine) forests in the middle of vast wetlands, where a wide variety of plant and animal species can be found.
National trails in New Jersey
The Appalachian Trail is a hiking route that stretches along the Appalachian mountain range from Maine in the north to Georgia in the south and is very popular in the United States. About 116 km of the trail runs through New Jersey: along the Delaware River through the Delaware Water Gap, then through forests and parks to the border of the state of New York.
The Revolutionary Road of Washington and Rochambeau is a 1,090 km route from Rhode Island to Virginia, which was passed in 1781 during the Revolutionary War by the Continental Army under the leadership of George Washington and the French Expeditionary Force under the command of Jean-Baptiste de Rochambeau.