The TU-GET, or Thammasat University General English Test, is an academic English proficiency test. It is suitable for individuals seeking admission or employment at Thammasat University, as well as for organizations looking to assess the English proficiency of their members. Currently, there are two types of the test: the TU-GET Paper-based Test (TU-GET PBT) and the TU-GET Computer-based Test (TU-GET CBT).
Why TU-GET Test ?
The committee responsible for developing the test consists of experts in setting standards, ensuring that the test meets international standards.
Accurate English Proficiency Assessment
TU-GET test is backed by research to align it with international English testing standards.
Our application fee is more budget-friendly than similar tests at this level, because we independently design and administer it.
Extensive Test Organization Experience
Over the past 28 years, we have consistently evolved and updated the test to ensure its relevance the needs of test-takers.
A Preferred Choice for Organizations
TU-GET is the preferred choice of many organizations, both public and private, for assessing English language proficiency.
Convenient Monthly Testing Schedule
The test is offered on a monthly basis. There’s no limit to the number of times you can take the test until you achieve the desired result.
No “Pass” or “Fail”
TU-GET test is designed to gauge English communication proficiency, and each organization determines the score requirement according to its own criteria.
TU-GET CBT vs. TU-GET PBT
Computer-based test. Tests all 4 skills: Reading, Listening, Speaking, and Writing. Overall score: 120
Test fee: 1500 baht
(1800 baht for late applications)
Available on-site only
Test location: LITC room, 1st floor, SC1 building, Thammasat University, Rangsit Campus
Scores will be announced and delivered 15 days after the test date
4-multiple-choice test consisting of 3 parts: Structure, Vocabulary, and Reading. Overall score: 1000
Test fee: 800 baht
(1000 baht for late applications)
Available on-site only
Test location: SC1 building, Rangsit Campus, and LITU building, Tha Pra Chan Campus
Scores will be announced and delivered 5-7 days after the test date
Which test should you take?
The best test for you depends on your individual needs and preferences. If you are comfortable taking tests on a computer and want to test all four skills, then TU-GET CBT is a good option. If you prefer taking tests on paper or only need to test the structure, vocabulary, and reading skills, then TU-GET PBT is a good option.
It is also important to note that some universities and programs may have specific requirements for which TU-GET test you must take. Be sure to check with the university or program you are interested in to see which test they require.
Contact TU-GET Program
If you have any questions or need further information, you can contact the TU-GET Program at the 1st floor of the Language Institute, Rangsit Center, or at the 1st floor of the Language Institute, Tha Phra Chan Campus, every Monday to Friday, during office hours from 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM (except on public holidays).
Phone: 02-696-6018 or 087-972-7755