Measure Your Students' Abilities Across 3 Domains
All TOEFL® tests measure skills across 3 domains: academic, navigational and social/interpersonal. These domains encompass the skills needed to learn and succeed in the classroom and on campus. Each TOEFL test is designed for a specific range of English proficiency and academic level — meaning it's tailored to your students' abilities, giving you better information about their English-language abilities. Download the brochure.
A Quick Reference Guide to the TOEFL® Family of Assessments
Resources and Services for Institutions
From recruiting students, to setting TOEFL score requirements, to viewing TOEFL test taker data, we offer the helpful resources and value-added services you need to bring qualified students to your institution or program.
ETS Preferred Network (EPN)
Find a local TOEFL representative near you.
TOEFL Family Research
The TOEFL research program pioneers new ways to assess language proficiency and make advancements in our understanding of language learning.
Core Principles of the TOEFL Tests
Trusted Score Information
Score reports include proficiency descriptors, information about test takers’ strengths and weaknesses, and relevant CEFR levels.
Measure test takers’ ability to use language in an academic context.
Focus on Communication
Tests focus on communication skills, not just vocabulary/grammar.
Best Practices in Language Testing
We follow rigorous test development processes, provide accessibility accommodations and use best practices in scoring.
Robust Research Program
Ongoing research supports all TOEFL assessments. Use of item response theory (IRT) ensures scores are trustworthy.
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