There’s a TOEFL ® test for every stage of English-language proficiency to guide learning, inform teaching and help students achieve their academic goals.
Now more than ever, countries are introducing English as a second language at earlier stages of learning. The TOEFL ® Young Students Series helps you measure your students’ English-language skills and guide them to the next steps of learning. The tests are designed for age-appropriate learning levels of young students — discover which test is right for your program.
The TOEFL Primary ® program offers 3 tests that measure a range of skills. The Reading and Listening tests, TOEFL Primary ® Step 1 and Step 2, assess students’ knowledge, skills and abilities to fulfill core communication goals in English. The Speaking test measures English-language speaking proficiency.
The TOEFL Primary ® tests are designed to:
The TOEFL Junior ® tests measure a range of skills:
The TOEFL Junior ® tests have multiple uses in English-language classrooms including:
Schools can utilize these tests as an assessment of each student’s English proficiency through the English classes, training, or studying abroad programs aimed at acquiring “Everyday English” as a communications tool.
Educators, students and parents from more than 65 countries worldwide rely on the TOEFL ® Young Students Series to help ensure the development of strong English communication skills.
Schools can also use them as a placement test for classifications, as students’ detailed scores by each section accurately measures their progress.
Schools can assess the effectiveness of a program by conducting the test before and after the overseas’ training.
This list is based on the information of each school’s website.
Most schools belong to the National Association of Independent Schools as of August 7th, 2020.
The benchmark scores vary depending on the grade and age.
In addition, the benchmark scores may change depending on the examination year.
When students consider applying these schools, please be sure to contact the person in charge of entrance examination at each school in advance.