Computer Based Test Center

You can take the TOEFL iBTGREEPSO and other tests at the Fulbright-Prometric Computer Based Testing Center that started its operation in October 1997. Test dates are offered on two working days a week: Mondays and Wednesdays. A maximum of 12 test takers can sit for an exam. The time period from the registration to the test day, and to the receipt of the Score Report has been significantly reduced due to the Computer Based Testing System.

  • COVID-19 Information

    The Fulbright-Prometric Testing Center is re-opened from May 25, 2020. More information on the Prometric website:

    TOEFL IBT Test

    Address of the Fulbright-Prometric Computer Based Test Center:

    BME Z building

    Budapest 1111
    Bertalan Lajos utca 2.
    9th floor #903

    Center code: 8042

    Register for the TOEFL iBT Test

    About the TOEFL test:

    The TOEFL test (Test of English as a Foreign Language) is administered on fixed dates in a network of secured internet-based test centers. It measures all four language skills that are important for effective communication: reading, listening, speaking, and writing. Some questions require test takers to combine more than one skill: to succeed academically in English-speaking colleges and universities, students need to be able to combine their language skills in the classroom. Integrated questions, or tasks in the tests will help learners build the skills and confidence needed to communicate effectively in the academic environments they plan to enter. The integrated tasks will ask test takers to

    • read, listen and then speak in response to a question
    • listen and then speak in response to a question
    • read, listen and then write in response to a question

    Starting August 1, 2019 an improved TOEFL iBT test has been launched with a shorter test, enhanced score reporting and easier registration


    Test takers can register online or by phone. The test fee for TOEFL iBT in Hungary is 220 USD. For more information on registration and practice please visit the official website of Educational Testing Service at

    Make sure you read carefully your appointment confirmation received after registration. It will contain important information about date, time and location of your test, ID requirements, etc.

    On the day of your test:

    • Arrive at the test center 30 minutes prior to your appointment time
    • Bring 2 acceptable ID documents. ID requirements:
      • be an original document; photocopied documents are not acceptable and documents cannot be presented on a mobile phone or any other electronic device
      • be a government-issued national/state/province identity card that is issued and recognized by the country where you are a citizen or resident
      • be valid; expired documents are not acceptable
      • include your full name exactly matching the name on the ID document used to register, excluding accents or diacritical marks
      • include a recent, recognizable photograph
      • include your signature (the name on the ID and the signature name must match)

      Please check detailed ID requirements here:

    • Bring food and drink, medicine if needed – you will have access to these during the 10-minutes break.
    • At the test center, test takers will store their belongings in their own personal locker.
    • Paper and pencils will be provided for note taking.
    • Items allowed in the testing room: your locker’s key, your ID and items provided by the Test Center staff such as paper, pencils, and tissues (upon request).

    During check in procedure, test takers will be requested to empty their pockets, to raise up their sleeves and pant legs, and they will be checked with a metal detector. Glasses and larger jewelry will be inspected as well.

    No electronic devices, mobile phones, wrist watches or bracelet watches are allowed in the testing room.

    For further details, please check ETS website:

    During the test:

    Reading, Listening; Break (10 minutes, mandatory); Speaking, Writing

    Timing of the test:
    Starting August 1, 2019 TOEFL iBT test is 3-3.5 hours long.

    Please check the timing of your test here:

    Test Section

    After August 1, 2019


    3–4 reading passages
    10 questions each
    54–72 minutes


    3–4 lectures, 6 questions each
    2–3 conversations, 5 questions each
    41–57 minutes


    4 tasks

    • 1 independent
    • 3 integrated

    17 minutes


    2 tasks

    50 minutes


    The test will be scored on a 0–30 scale for each section, and 0–120 for the total score.

    Scores will be reported online. Test takers will be able to view scores online 6 days after the test, and to download a PDF score report approximately 8 days after the test.

    Test fee includes up to 4 free official TOEFL score reports to be sent to the TOEFL Destinations. Score recipient institutions can be selected during registration, before you take the test. More details:

    Colleges and universities will be able to view online scores, but will continue to receive scores via their current method of delivery.

    Please note, that printed score reports are NOT sent by mail any more, unless ordered during registration. Should you need a printed official score report for any reason (e.g. naturalization/national validation of your exam), make sure you order a printed official score report during registration. Printed official score reports are sent by mail approximately 4-5 weeks after the test.

    Scores are valid for 2 years and can be sent to other institutions or agencies during that time.

    Test Dates in our Center

    All test dates are Saturdays from 9:00am except those on Fridays as indicated below.

      • 2021
      • January 9 | January 15 (Friday) January 16 | January 30
      • February 6 | February 20 | February 26 (Friday)
      • March 6 | March 13 | March 19 (Friday) | March 27
      • April 9 (Friday) | April 10 | April 24 | April 30 (Friday)
      • May 8 | May 14 (Friday) | May 15
      • June 5 | June 18 (Friday) | June 26

    Information for Hungarian Test Takers

    A vizsga számítógépen történik, egynyelvű, és fordítási részt nem tartalmaz. A vizsga során semmilyen segédeszköz nem használható. A vizsga díja Magyarországon 220 USD, mely összeg az online jelentkezés során kártyás vásárlásként kerül levonásra.Online jelentkezés a vizsgá összesen 3 - 3,5 órás, TOEFL iBT teszt 4 részből áll:

    • Reading (olvasott szöveg értelmezése)
    • Listening (hallás utáni megértés)
    • Speaking (olvasott/hallott szöveggel kapcsolatos kérdésre adott szóbeli válasz)
    • Writing (fogalmazás)

    Az eredményt 0-120 pontig terjedő skálán értékeli a rendszer. A teszt eredménye a vizsgát követő 6. naptól megtekinthető és a 8. naptól PDF-ben letölthető az internetes regisztráció során létrehozott 'online profile'-ban. Magyarországon hivatalos vizsgabizonyítványként elfogadott nyomtatott teszteredményt (printed score report) csak akkor kap a vizsgázó, ha ilyen irányú igényét előzetesen, a regisztráció során jelzi. Amennyiben a vizsgázó a regisztráció során rendelt hivatalos, nyomtatott vizsgabizonyítványt, akkor az körülbelül 4-5 hét múlva érkezik meg az Egyesült Államokból a vizsgázó címére.Amennyiben a vizsgázó nem érte el a megkövetelt pontszámot, ismételt regisztráció és vizsgadíj befizetés esetén lehetősége van a vizsga újbóli letételére a következő héten.

    A teszt eredménye 2 évig érvényes. A TOEFL iBT vizsga az elért pontszámtól függően (47-65 pont: B1 alapfok / 66-82 pont: B2 középfok / 83-120 pont: C1 felsőfok) kiegészítő vizsga nélkül egynyelvű C-nek; kiegészítő írásbeli vizsgával kétnyelvű C-nek felel meg. Amennyiben vizsgáját honosítani szeretné, érdemes egy vizsgabizonyítványt rendelnie a 9032 - Fulbright Hungary kódszámra is. A saját névre szóló eredmény nem minden esetben minősül hivatalos vizsgabizonyítványnak. A honosítás-sal kapcsolatban a Nyelvvizsgáztatási Akkreditációs Központ ad bővebb felvilágosítást.  

  • GRE General Test

    Site address change!

    New address of the Fulbright-Prometric Computer Based Test Center from February 14, 2018:

    BME/MOME Z building

    Budapest 1111
    Bertalan Lajos utca 2.
    9th floor #903

    (center code: 8042)

    Register for the GRE Test

    The test fee for GRE in Hungary is 205 USD.

    The GRE® revised General Test — the most widely accepted graduate admissions test worldwide — can bring you one step closer to achieving your career goals. And there has never been a better time to take the one test that gives you more opportunities for your future. In August 2011, the GRE revised General Test replaced the GRE® General Test. Featuring the new test-taker friendly design and new questions, the revised test more closely reflects the kind of thinking you'll do in graduate or business school and demonstrates that you are ready for graduate-level work.

    • Verbal Reasoning — Measures your ability to analyze and evaluate written material and synthesize information obtained from it, analyze relationships among component parts of sentences and recognize relationships among words and concepts.
    • Quantitative Reasoning — Measures problem-solving ability, focusing on basic concepts of arithmetic, algebra, geometry and data analysis.
    • Analytical Writing — Measures critical thinking and analytical writing skills, specifically your ability to articulate and support complex ideas clearly and effectively.

    Learn more about the content and structure of the GRE revised General Test.

    Who Takes It?

    Each year, about 675,000 prospective graduate and business school applicants from 230 countries/regions take the test. Applicants come from varying educational and cultural backgrounds and the GRE revised General Test provides a common measure for comparing candidates' qualifications. GRE scores are used by admissions or fellowship panels to supplement your undergraduate records, recommendation letters and other qualifications for graduate-level study.

    When and Where Do People Take It?

    The GRE revised General Test is available at about 700 test centers in more than 160 countries. In most regions of the world, the computer-based test is available on a continuous basis throughout the year. See Test Centers and Dates for all regions. Register for the Test.

    Who Accepts It?

    The GRE revised General Test is accepted at thousands of graduate and business schools as well as departments and divisions within these schools. View this list (PDF).

    Getting Your Scores

    After completing the test you will view your unofficial Verbal Reasoning and Quantitative Reasoning scores at the test center; however, because of the essay scoring process, you will not view your Analytical Writing score at that time. About 10–15 days after your test date, your official scores will be available in your My GRE Account, and your scores will be sent to the score recipients you designate. On test day you will be asked to designate up to 4 graduate institutions or fellowship sponsors you want to receive your General Test scores. After test day, you can order Additional Score Reports for a fee of US$27 per recipient.

    See also:

  • EPSO Tests

    Site address change!

    New address of the Fulbright-Prometric Computer Based Test Center from February 14, 2018:

    BME/MOME Z building

    Budapest 1111
    Bertalan Lajos utca 2.
    9th floor #903

    (center code: 8042)

    Register for the EPSO Tests

  • Other computer-based tests can also be taken at the Fulbright-Prometric Computer Based Testing Center. For further details, please consult with Prometric.

    The GMAT (Graduate Management of Admission Test) is no longer available at our site.

    For further details, please consult with Trainer360 (Test Center Directions).

    The test fee for GMAT in Hungary is 250 USD.

    The PMI (Project Management Institute) test is no longer available after July 1, 2019 at our site.

    For further details, please consult with Trainer360 (Test Center Directions).