Grow your students’ potential with the TOEFL Junior® Standard test.
Setting the right foundation for your students’ English-language journey can make all the difference. That’s why it’s important
to have well-designed and objective measures that can help you guide them to reach their full potential.
The TOEFL Junior® Standard test, intended for students ages 11+, is an accurate and reliable measure of your students’
communicative skills in English. Based on the rich heritage of the TOEFL® test, the TOEFL Junior Standard test helps you
pinpoint your students’ strengths and challenges.
Like all tests in the TOEFL Family of Assessments, the TOEFL Junior Standard test is based on solid
research to ensure fairness, validity and reliability, and reflect best practices in language testing.
Discover the ways TOEFL Junior scores can help you
Determine whether your students have
sufficient communicative English skills
to succeed in a classroom that uses
English for instruction
Place students in English-language
programmes so they are matched with
Use score reports and performance
feedback to tailor English instruction
and guide conversations with parents
Advise students on appropriate book
selections based on Lexile® measures,
from MetaMetrics®, to improve
their English reading proficiency
Map student achievement to the
Common European Framework of
Reference (CEFR) for international
Conveniently offered in paper-based format, the TOEFL Junior Standard test is easy for any programme to administer. It is a good choice for institutions and programmes looking for flexibility and quick scoring turnaround.
|Language Form and Meaning
||1 hr. 55 min.
TOEFL Junior Standard and CEFR Levels*
The table below shows the TOEFL Junior Standard overall score levels, total scale scores,
overall performance descriptors and CEFR profiles.
Consistently demonstrates comprehension of complex
written and spoken materials, drawing on knowledge of
complex language structures and vocabulary.
||B2 for all sections.
Often demonstrates comprehension of complex written and
spoken materials, drawing on knowledge of complex language
structures and vocabulary.
||B1 for all sections.
Demonstrates comprehension of some complex written and
spoken materials and most basic materials, drawing on
knowledge of basic language structures and vocabulary.
||Mostly B1 for all sections, but occasionally A2.
Occasionally demonstrates comprehension of basic written
and spoken materials, drawing on knowledge of basic language structures and vocabulary.
||Mostly A2 for all sections, but occasionally A1 for Reading and Listening.
Can comprehend some very basic written and spoken texts,
drawing on knowledge of basic language structures and
vocabulary, but needs to further develop these language
skills and comprehension abilities.
||Mostly A1 for Listening and
Reading; mostly A2 for
Language, Form and Meaning.