The TOEFL iBT test is offered in the state of Rhode Island. 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 Rhode Island.
- Providence – Warwick – APCN-5805
2346 Post Road, Airport Prof. Offices Suite 104,
Warwick, Rhode Island 02886 United States
- Comm College of Rhode Island-Providence – STN11155A
1 Hilton Street, Room 1170a,
Providence, Rhode Island 02905 United States
- Providence – Cumberland – APCN-3903
1300 Highland Corporate Dr, Suite # 102a,
Cumberland, Rhode Island 02864 United States
Rhode Island Area Codes
Short for RI, Rhode Island was admitted to United States on 05/29/1790. The capital city is Providence. With an area of 3,144 km², Rhode Island has a population of 1,052,426. The population density is 334.74 people per km². According to ALLCITYCODES, Rhode Island has 1 area codes: 401. If you need to call your testing center, please be sure to add such an area code before phone number you are given.
Some Notable Natives and Residents of Rhode Island
- Anne Hutchinson (1591–1643) was a Puritan religious leader and one of the founders of the Rhode Island Born in England, but later lived in Rhode Island.
- Roger Williams (Roger Williams, 1604–1683) was a Puritan theologian and founder of Providence Plantations, the first colony in Rhode Island. Born in London, England but later lived in Rhode Island.
- Nicholas Brown (1729–1791) was one of the founders of Brown University. Born in Providence.
- Gilbert Stuart (1755–1828) was a portrait painter, one of the founders of American painting. Born in Saunderstown.
- Robert Gray (Robert Gray, 1755–1806) was a navigator and merchant who played an important role in the exploration of the US West Coast (modern Oregon and Washington), and also made the first trip around the world under the flag of the United States. Born in Tiverton.
- Samuel Slater (Samuel Slater, 1768–1835) is a businessman who has been called “the father of the American Industrial Revolution” and “the father of the American factory system.” Born in the UK, but later lived in Rhode Island.
- Matthew Perry (Matthew Perry, 1794-1858) – a naval officer, known as the “father of the US steam fleet”, who played a significant role in opening Japan to the “Western world”. Born in Newport.
- Horace Mann (Horace Mann, 1796-1859) – politician, an outstanding reformer of the education system in the United States. Born in Massachusetts, but later lived in Rhode Island.
- Julia Ward Howe (1819–1910) was a poet, abolitionist, and social activist. Author of the popular American Civil War song “Battle Hymn of the Republic”. Born in New York, but later lived in Rhode Island.
- Howard Lovecraft (Howard Phillips “HP” Lovecraft, 1890–1937) was a famous writer and journalist. Born in Providence.
- Ida Lewis (Idawalley “Ida” Lewis, 1842–1911) was a lighthouse keeper who saved more than twenty-five people and is known as “America’s bravest woman.” Born in Newport.
Symbols of the State of Rhode Island
- Tree – red maple (Acer rubrum)
- Flower – sister violet (Viola sororia)
- The Beast is a Morgan horse
- Bird – Red Rhode Island chicken (Gallus gallus domesticus)
- Fish – striped bayfish (Morone saxatilis)
- Reptile – painted turtle (Chrysemys picta)
- Mollusk – venerka (Mercenaria mercenaria)
- Insect – American gravedigger beetle (Nicrophorus americanus)
- Food product (snack) – squid
- Fruit – Rhode Island green apple
- Drink – coffee milk
- Song – Rhode Island’s It forMe
- Naval ship – USS Providence
- Mineral – bavenite
- Rock – cumberlandite