Good news, everyone! The TOEFL Home Edition is now available in China! I’m not quite sure when it became available, since the documentation is all in Chinese, but you can try to read about it here. It appears that the first sittings are available October 18.
The test will use ProctorU, as it does in the rest of the world.
Registration is a bit funky. Interested users must buy a voucher from Hong Kong, and then use it in their account on the regular ETS website. Chinese students might be interested to learn that the NEEA doesn’t seem to be involved in the home edition at all.
This is fabulous news for ETS, as China is probably its biggest market for the TOEFL.