Make an Early Impact that Lasts a Lifetime
The TOEFL Junior® tests, intended for students ages 11+, provide real insight into your students' English communication skills to help you make the best decisions and guide them on a path to success. Learn more about how TOEFL Junior scores can help you.
To better meet the expectations of English-language programs worldwide, the TOEFL Junior tests measure a range of skills:
- TOEFL Junior® Standard test — available in paper or digital format, the test that measures Reading Comprehension, Listening Comprehension, and Language Form and Meaning.
- TOEFL Junior® Speaking test — a digitally delivered test that measures students' ability to communicate orally in English in an academic classroom.
Both the TOEFL Junior Standard and Speaking tests are available in 2018 on the following digital platforms: Windows® PC, Mac®, iPad® and Chromebook™.
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Part of the TOEFL® Family of Assessments
The TOEFL Junior tests are part of the TOEFL® Family of Assessments, which also includes the TOEFL iBT® test, the TOEFL ITP® Assessment Series and the TOEFL Primary® tests. Based on the long-standing and trusted heritage of the TOEFL tests, the TOEFL Junior tests use the most up-to-date methods for language testing and are fair, reliable and valid for their intended purposes.
Plus, TOEFL Junior scores are mapped to CEFR levels to measure achievement against an international standard and give you a more in-depth understanding of your students' English proficiency levels. Learn more about TOEFL Junior scores.
Preparing your Students for Success
The TOEFL program makes it easier for you to help your students improve their English skills with useful tools and resources. We offer sample questions for both tests to help your students prepare successfully for test day. Plus, students receive Lexile® reading measures with their TOEFL Junior Standard reading scores, which makes it easier to select books at the right difficulty level and improve their English reading proficiency over time. Learn more about Lexile measures and TOEFL Junior sample questions.