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The TestDaF-Institut is an institute for language testing in Bochum, Germany. It runs the TestDaF.[1]

The institute is part of the Society for Academic Study Preparation and Test Development, Gesellschaft für Akademische Studienvorbereitung und Testentwicklung e. V.,[1] based in Bonn, which was founded in 2000 by various German-language institutions including DAAD (German Academic Exchange Service), the Goethe-Institut, the distance learning university in Hagen, and the Carl Duisberg Centre in Cologne.[1] The idea for the society came from the DAAD and the German Rectors' Conference (Hochschulrektorenkonferenz, HRK).

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