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TOEFL® Primary™ Tests

Introducing the newest addition to the TOEFL® Family of Assessments

The TOEFL® Primary™ tests are assessments from ETS that help you shape young students' English-language instruction in a way you never have before. Based on the rich heritage of the TOEFL® test and best practices in English-language testing, the TOEFL Primary tests are designed for students ages 8+ and measure the English communication skills that provide a foundation for students' future success.

You can use the TOEFL Primary tests to guide your teaching goals, monitor student progress, identify students' strengths, weaknesses and more.

Scores are mapped to the Common European Framework of Reference (CEFR) and TOEFL Primary Reading scores are matched to MetaMetrics® Lexile® measures.

 

TOEFL Primary Reading and Listening Test — Step 1

The Reading and Listening test — Step 1 is intended for students in the earlier stages of English learning and covers:

  • Familiar contexts (school, home, playground)
  • Basic formulaic expressions
  • Basic vocabulary and phrases related to common objects and people
  • Short and simple requests and directions
  • Short and simple text relevant to everyday experiences

Section

Number of Questions

Number of Examples

Total Number of Questions

Time

Reading

36

3

39

30 minutes

Listening

36

5

41

30 minutes

 

TOEFL Primary Reading and Listening Test — Step 2

The Reading and Listening test — Step 2 is intended for students who have acquired some communicative English skills and covers:

  • Basic expressions, requests, phrases and directions
  • Simple short stories and conversations on topics beyond everyday experiences
  • Unfamiliar words given sufficient amount of contextual clues
  • Simple content-based texts

Section

Number of Questions

Number of Examples

Total Number of Questions

Time

Reading

36

1

37

30 minutes

Listening

36

3

39

30 minutes

 


 

TOEFL Junior® Tests

Grow Your Students' Potential with the TOEFL Junior Tests

Setting a strong foundation for your students early makes all the difference. That's why it's important to have an accurate understanding of their English-language skills that can help you guide them to reach their full potential.

Intended for students ages 11+, the TOEFL Junior® tests are an objective and reliable measure of your students' English communication skills. Based on the rich heritage of the TOEFL® test and best practices in English-language testing, TOEFL Junior tests can help you pinpoint your students' strengths and challenges.

The TOEFL Junior tests can be used in multiple ways in the classroom for placement and to monitor progress. Plus, the scores are mapped to CEFR levels to help you better understand students' English proficiency levels and are matched with Lexile® measures to help you find the right books at the right reading levels for your students.

TOEFL Junior Standard Test Design

Conveniently offered in paper-delivered format, the TOEFL Junior Standard test is easy and convenient to administer. It is a good choice for institutions and programs looking for flexibility and quick scoring turnaround. It assesses the following skills:

Sections

Number of Items

Scale Scores

Testing Time

Listening Comprehension

42

200–300

40 min

Language Form and Meaning

42

200–300

25 min

Reading Comprehension

42

200–300

50 min

Total

126

600–900

1 hr 55 min

 

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A Reliable Assessment of Academic English

The TOEFL ITP® tests are paper-based and use 100 percent academic content to evaluate the English-language proficiency of nonnative English speakers, giving you confidence about your students' ability in a real-world academic setting. All questions are multiple choice and students answer questions by filling in an answer sheet. The tests evaluate skills in three areas:

  • Listening Comprehension measures the ability to understand spoken English as it is used in colleges and universities
  • Structure and Written Expression measures recognition of selected structural and grammatical points in standard written English
  • Reading Comprehension measures the ability to read and understand academic reading material in English

 

The TOEFL ITP® Tests at a Glance

Level 1 (intermediate to advanced): 2 hours

Section

Number of Questions

Admin. Time

Score Scale

Listening Comprehension

50

35 minutes

31–68

Structure and Written Expression

40

25 minutes

31–68

Reading Comprehension

50

55 minutes

31–67

TOTAL

140

115 minutes

310–677

Level 2 (high beginning to intermediate): 1 hour and 10 minutes

Section

Number of Questions

Admin. Time

Score Scale

Listening Comprehension

30

22 minutes

20–50

Structure and Written Expression

25

17 minutes

20–50

Reading and Vocabulary

40

31 minutes

20–50

TOTAL

95

70 minutes

200–500

Content and Settings for the TOEFL ITP Tests

Academic Topics

  • Arts: fine arts, crafts, theater, dance, architecture, literature, music, film, photography
  • Humanities: history, political science, government, philosophy, law
  • Life Sciences: paleontology, biochemistry, animal behavior, ecology, anatomy, physiology, genetics, health science, biology, agriculture
  • Physical Sciences: geology, astronomy, chemistry, geology, earth science, engineering, meteorology, energy, technology, oceanography, physics
  • Social Sciences: anthropology, sociology, education, geography, archaeology, psychology, economics, business, management, marketing, communications

Campus-life Topics

  • Classes: class schedules, class requirements, library references, assignments (papers, presentations, readings), professors, studying, field trips
  • Campus administration: registration, housing on and off campus, study abroad, internships, university policies
  • Campus activities: clubs, committees, social events

General Topics

  • Business: management, offices, official documents, law
  • Environment: weather, nature, climate, environment
  • Food: types of food, restaurants
  • Language and communication: mail, email, telephone use, leaving messages, requests for information
  • Media: TV, newspapers, Internet
  • Objects: descriptions of objects, equipment
  • Personal: family members, friends, health, emotions, physical characteristics, daily routines
  • Planning and time management: future events, invitations, personal schedules
  • Purchases: clothing, shopping, banking, money
  • Recreation: sports, games, concerts, plays, art, books, photography, music, parties and gatherings, public lectures
  • Transportation: travel, driving, parking, public transportation, travel reservations
  • Workplace: applying for a job, on-campus employment, work schedules

 

The TOEFL ITP is recognized by the Ministry of Health and Medical Education

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