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The Washback Effects of the TOEIC Examination on the Teachers and Students of a Thai Business School

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This paper looks at some washbacks of the TOEIC examination on the teachers and students through his own teaching experience with TOEIC preparation courses and interview results from those of a Bangkok's business school.

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Apichatrojanakul, P. The Washback Effects of the TOEIC Examination on the Teachers and Students of a Thai Business School. Language Testing in Asia 1, 62 (2011). https://doi.org/10.1186/2229-0443-1-1-62

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