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How to register for the TOPIK Test

So you want to register for the TOPIK? The above PPT was put together with the specific purpose of helping you navigate the TOPIK website, join it, and register for the TOPIK test, even with minimal Korean ability.

Oh, and one more thing I forgot to include in the original PPT. After paying via ATM, you’ll get a confirmation email that looks something like the one below. You can also print a receipt using the button just to the right of the 40,000원 fee (it says “영수증 출력“):

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TOPIK receipt
Download the original PPT file here.
Register here.
Please note the registration period for the 31st TOPIK extends to Tuesday June 25, 2013.

The slideshow has been prepared for the 31st TOPIK on July 21, 2013, but should be applicable for all following tests as well (unless they change things dramatically) with minor adjustments:

  1. The 31st TOPIK is only offered in Korea. You should pick your country to take the test in for TOPIK 32.
  2. Please note the following regulation changes that will take effect after the 31st TOPIK on July 21, 2013.

TOPIK regulation changes after July 21, 2013

TOPIK regulations

SituationCurrentlyAfter changes
If test ID is missingYou can (currently) submit this up to 3 days after the test.You will not be able to take the test.
ID forms accepted1. Passport
2. Foreign registration card
3. Korean driver's license
4. Korean national ID card
5. Student ID card
Student ID card will no longer be accepted.
If photos don't matchYou can take a new picture at the testing location.You will not be able to take the test.
If cheatingReceive no score.You will not be able to take the test for 1 year.
If someone else takes the test for you.Receive no score.You will not be able to take the test for 2 years. And you may be taken to court.

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    1. You’re right. It’s Korea: ONLY Windows, ONLY Internet Explorer, no exceptions (unfortunately). They really need to join us in this decade…

      So, I had to do mine from my work computer. That was no problem. Most school computers are still running Windows XP and IE6 (unless they’ve updated).

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