Common European Framework of Reference (CEFR) and MetaMetrics® Lexile® Measures

Use the Internationally Accepted CEFR to Measure Student Ability

The Common European Framework of Reference (CEFR) is a standard used by educators worldwide to measure the language proficiency of nonnative speakers. TOEFL® Primary™ scores are mapped to CEFR levels, so you will know about your students' abilities in relation to a widely accepted international standard. See the following documents for more information about CEFR Levels:

Help Students Find the Right Books at the Right Reading Level with MetaMetrics Lexile Measures

TOEFL Primary Reading scores are also matched to MetaMetrics® Lexile® measures. Lexile measures help students, teachers and parents select reading material appropriate for a particular student's English reading ability. Lexile measures are based on a developmental scale for measuring both readers and texts.

Browse the ever-growing Lexile Book Database and find the right books for your students.

 

Which TOEFL® Test Is Right for Your Program?

Compare the TOEFL Family of Products to see which test is right for you.

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