The following are some of the accommodations available for the revised TOEFL® Paper-delivered Test. They are available to test takers in all locations and will be provided to those who meet ETS disability requirements. Test takers who require other accommodations can request them as part of the registration and accommodations approval process. All accommodations must be approved by ETS before your test can be scheduled.
Note: If you would like to request accommodations other than those listed below, you must describe them in Part II of the Testing Accommodations Request Form which can be found in the Bulletin Supplement.
- Perkins Brailler
- Braille slate and stylus
- Sign language interpreter for spoken directions only
- Oral interpreter
- Writer/recorder of answers
- Test reader
- Audiocassette version of the test
- Reader’s script version of the test
- Braille test (in contracted or uncontracted braille)
- Braille test with reader’s script
- Large print version of the test
- Listening section omitted
- Extended testing time
- Additional rest breaks
- Large-print answer sheet
- Printed copy of spoken directions
To view disability accommodations for the TOEFL iBT® test, administered via the internet, visit Disability Accommodations for taking the TOEFL iBT test.
If you are not sure whether the accommodation you need is available for the TOEFL® test, please contact ETS Disability Services.
Note: The revised TOEFL Paper-delivered Test and the TOEFL iBT test have different test sections.
- revised TOEFL Paper-delivered Test sections include: Reading, Listening, and Writing.
- TOEFL iBT test sections include: Reading, Listening, Speaking, and Writing.