The TOEFL iBT test is offered in the state of South Carolina. 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 South Carolina.
- Columbia – Executive Center Drive – APCN-0049
121 Executive Center Dr, Congaree Bldg, Suite 144,
Columbia, South Carolina 29210 United States
- Florence – C Hoffmeyer Road – APCN-5170
2141 C Hoffmeyer Rd., West Gate Office Park,
Florence, South Carolina 29501 United States
- Charleston – Mall Drive – APCN-5102
2420 Mall Drive, Suite 209,
Charleston, South Carolina 29406 United States
- Greenville – Villa Road – APCN-2114
37 Villa Road, Suite 309,
Greenville, South Carolina 29615 United States
South Carolina Area Codes
Short for SC, South Carolina was admitted to United States on 05/23/1788. The capital city is Columbia. With an area of 82,932 km², South Carolina has a population of 4,961,119. The population density is 59.82 people per km². According to ALLCITYCODES, South Carolina has 4 area codes: 803, 843, 854, 864. If you need to call your testing center, please be sure to add such an area code before phone number you are given.
South Carolina [ sa ʊ.theta kærə la ɪ nə], German South Carolina, abbreviation S.C., post officially SC, state in the southeastern US, 77,976 km 2, (2015) 4900000 residents (1960: 2,380,000., 1980: 3.12 million, 2000: 4.01 million residents). The capital is Columbia. South Carolina is divided into 46 counties.
South Carolina has a humid subtropical climate with hot summers and very mild winters. Precipitation falls evenly throughout the year. In the mountains in the north, snow falls two or three times every winter, in the east – once every few years. The coast of the “Palm State” is hit by tropical storms and hurricanes every few years.
Now in the largest city of South Carolina, Charleston, about 140,000 people live. The state capital, Columbia, has about 130,000 residents. South Carolina’s largest metropolitan area has grown up around the city of Greenville in the northern “Palm State” and is home to more than 930,000 people.
The main areas of the economy of South Carolina are industry, agriculture and the service sector (primarily tourism). The state’s leading industries are transportation engineering, chemicals, and paper. The main crops are soybeans and tobacco; peaches, flowers, various greenhouse crops are also grown here. Cattle and broiler chickens are bred on state farms. Forestry in the Palm State provides both raw materials for paper production and lumber. Seafood production is well developed on the coast.
Law and Politics
According to the constitution of 1895 (with amendments) there is a Senate with 46 and a House of Representatives with 124 members. South Carolina has 2 Senators and 7 MPs in Congress.
South Carolina is part of the Atlantic coastal plain, the Piedmont Plateau and in the extreme northwest of the Appalachians (Sassafras Mountain in the Blue Ridge 1,085 m above sea level). The climate is subtropical and humid. About 60% of the area is forested.
In 2014, the proportion of whites was 68.3%, that of blacks 27.8%, others 3.9%. The largest city is Columbia, the next largest city and main port is Charleston.
The importance of the textile and clothing industry was increased after the Second World War by relocations from the northern states to South Carolina. The chemical industry and the recently expanded electronics industry are also important. On the border river in the west is the “Savannah River Site”, a large facility for the reprocessing of nuclear fuels and for the production of nuclear weapons. Agriculture mainly produces tobacco, soybeans and cotton; in addition, cattle and calf farming, dairy farming, poultry farming and commercial fishing (shellfish). “The Citadel” (The Military College of South Carolina) is a well-known military academy. Other economic factors are the timber industry and tourism, especially on the Atlantic coast around Myrtle Beach.