TOEFL® Score Reporting Services

Various score reporting services are available to institutions that accept TOEFL® scores. If you do not have a 4-digit institution code, sign up now.

Scores Online through the New ETS® Data Manager >

TOEFL test taker scores and photos are available through a secure online portal. Score recipients can use the ETS® Data Manager for easy, on-demand, secure access to score information and test taker data free of charge. TOEFL scores and photos are made available through the ETS Data Manager approximately twice a week via the Internet. Note: Photos are not available for test takers who took the TOEFL paper-based test.

Scores via Automated Server-to-Server Feeds >

This service provides users with the ability to automatically download test taker scores from the ETS server to a client server. It requires a one-time setup by the institution's IT or technology staff. Data files containing TOEFL scores are made available approximately twice a week via the Internet.

NOTE: The ETS Data Manager also includes a reporting format called Scorelink®. See the current dataset layout for that format.

Paper Score Reports

Featuring the ETS Security Guard, a special heat-sensitive ink that, when activated, verifies the report's authenticity, paper score reports are mailed to TOEFL Designated Institutions (DIs) twice a week. Scores for the TOEFL paper-based test are mailed approximately five weeks after the test date. Allow 7–10 days for mail delivery within the United States, and 4–6 weeks for other locations.

TOEFL® Online Speech Sample Service

The free TOEFL Online Speech Sample Service enables you to listen to a clip of a test taker's spoken response to an integrated speaking task. Score users who want to request this service should email

Confidentiality of Scores

Institutions are required to maintain the confidentiality of TOEFL scores.

Need Help?

Contact TOEFL Code Control at:

TOEFL Code Control
Educational Testing Service
P.O. Box 6200, Mail Stop 25-Q
Princeton, NJ 08543, USA
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