TOEFL iTP® Tests

Bring the global standard in English-language assessment to your classroom with the TOEFL ITP® Assessment Series. Based on the long-standing heritage and expertise of the TOEFL test, the TOEFL ITP® tests allow you to measure and evaluate your students' English-language skills with confidence.

TOEFL ITP (16+) tests allow you to evaluate your students' English-language skills with confidence and are used for different scholarship and exchange programs.

You can inspire and lead your students to success.

Designed to meet your testing needs and preferences

The TOEFL ITP tests share the same rich heritage as the TOEFL® test — the world’s most widely accepted and respected English language test. TOEFL ITP is an on-site solution that enables colleges and universities, English language programs and agencies to administer a convenient, affordable and reliable assessment based on previously administered TOEFL test questions.

Great for placement, monitoring progress and more

The TOEFL ITP tests are used globally to place students in English language programs, to measure progress, for exit assessments and as a screening tool for study abroad and scholarship programs.

Convenient, flexible and reliable

By administering the test on-site yourself, you control when you want to test, the group size and how often to test. With multiple and various test forms, you can administer the tests all year round and an instruction manual is provided to help guide you through the easy-to-follow test administration and scoring process.

Gives you confidence with a proven track record of success

As the world’s leading on-site testing program, the TOEFL ITP assessments are relied upon by more than 2,500 institutions in 47 countries with 600,000+ tests administered annually

7 ways you can use TOEFL ITP in your classroom

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.