TOEFL ITP: Test of English as Foreign Language

The colleges, universities and other institutes of higher education can administer TOEFL ITP at their own center with permission from TOEFL. The institutions can award Certificate of English Proficiency to test takers. The TOEFL ITP Score is ofen asked for Placement rather than admission. This test can be taken across 150 countries.  Dates are flexible. You can chose your own schedule

TOEFL ITP Test Structure

The TOEFL ITP measures level of students’ English on following parameters

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.

The TOEFL ITP is administered at two levels

TOEFL ITP Level 1 (intermediate to advanced): Approximately 2 hours

Section Name: Listening Comprehension
No. of Questions: 50
Time allowed: 35 minutes
Score ranges: 31 - 68

Section Name: Structure and Written Expression
No. of Questions: 40
Time allowed: 25 minutes
Score ranges: 31 - 68

Section Name: Reading Comprehension
No. of Questions: 50
Time allowed: 55 minutes
Score ranges: 31 - 67

Total
No. of Questions: 140
Time allowed: 115 minutes
Score Ranges: 310-677

TOEFL ITP Level 2 (intermediate to advanced): Approximately 2 hours

Section Name: Listening Comprehension
No. of Questions: 30
Time allowed: 22 minutes
Score ranges: 20 - 50

Section Name: Structure and Written Expression
No. of Questions: 25
Time allowed: 17 minutes
Score ranges: 20-50

Section Name: Reading Comprehension
No. of Questions: 40
Time allowed: 31 minutes
Score ranges: 20-50

Total
No. of Questions: 90
Time allowed: 70 minutes
Score Ranges: 200-500

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

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