TOEFL ITP

About the TOEFL ITP® Assessment Series

Gives You Real Insight Into Student Performance

The TOEFL ITP® Assessment Series offers colleges and universities, English-language programs and other organizations the opportunity to administer a convenient, affordable and reliable assessment of English-language skills.

The TOEFL ITP Level 1 and Level 2 tests can be used for placement, monitoring progress, evaluation, exit testing and other situations. By using the TOEFL ITP tests, you can keep your students on track and have confidence in their real-world abilities.

Empowers Your Teaching

When you use the TOEFL ITP tests, you’ll assess your students’ proficiency level in three different skills — reading comprehension, listening comprehension, and structure and written expression. You’ll be able to pinpoint the areas in which they need help so you can tailor your teaching to meet those needs. Knowing your students’ English-skill levels better today gives them the best chance for success tomorrow. Learn more about the seven ways you can use the TOEFL ITP assessments in your program.

Based on the Power of TOEFL®

When you use the TOEFL ITP assessments, you put the power of the TOEFL® test to work in your program. The TOEFL ITP assessments share the same rich heritage as the TOEFL test — the world’s most widely accepted and respected English-language assessment.

The TOEFL ITP and TOEFL iBT® tests are used for separate purposes and administered differently. The TOEFL iBT test is a high-stakes assessment administered by ETS. Institutions use TOEFL iBT test scores to make high-stakes decisions, such as university-level student admissions. TOEFL ITP tests are administered by institutions or our ETS preferred network and used for specific purposes including placement, monitoring progress and more.

Learn more about how the TOEFL ITP tests are administered and scored.

 

Test Content

A Reliable Assessment of English

The TOEFL ITP® tests are paper-based and use academic and social 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.

Learn more about the seven ways you can use the TOEFL ITP assessments in your program.

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, 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

 

How to Use the TOEFL ITP® Assessment Series

Seven Ways You Can Use the TOEFL ITP Assessment Series in Your Classroom

The TOEFL ITP® tests measure core English skills using 100 percent academic content similar to what is used in actual classroom tasks. This makes the tests an essential tool for:

  1. Placement in intensive English-language programs requiring academic English proficiency at a college or graduate level.
  2. Progress monitoring in English-language programs stressing academic English proficiency.
  3. Exiting English-language programs by demonstrating proficiency in English listening and reading.
  4. Admissions to short-term, non-degree programs in English-speaking countries where the sending and receiving institutions agree to use TOEFL ITP scores.
  5. Admissions to undergraduate and graduate degree programs in non-English speaking countries where English is not the dominant form of instruction.
  6. Admissions and placement in collaborative international degree programs where English-language training will be a feature of the program.
  7. Scholarship programs, as contributing documentation for academic English proficiency.

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