The Test of Chinese as a Foreign Language (TOCFL), abbreviated as TOCFL, is a Chinese language proficiency test designed for non-native speakers of Chinese. It is organized by the Steering Committee for the Test of Proficiency-Huayu (SC-TOP) under the Ministry of Education of the Republic of China, and its target audience includes individuals who wish to assess their Chinese language proficiency or plan to study, work, or engage in trade in Chinese-speaking countries.

TOCFL is held annually in Taiwan and includes regular exams that assess listening, reading, speaking, and writing skills at different levels. Additionally, there is a computerized adaptive testing format available for listening and reading sections. SC-TOP also offers a quick assessment test for rapidly evaluating Chinese language proficiency and a "Children's TOCFL" suitable for non-native Chinese-speaking children aged seven to twelve. Periodic group testing services are provided upon request from academic institutions or organizations, and overseas exams are conducted through collaborations with local agencies or established overseas agents.

Starting from 2020, in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, SC-TOP introduced online remote testing services, available for regions affected by the pandemic where formal exams cannot be held, as well as areas where overseas testing centers have not been established yet.

For detailed information, please refer to the official TOCFL website:

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