Your institution can use official TOEFL iBT scores as more than just an admissions requirement; you can also use them to help determine if:
However, you shouldn’t base those decisions on TOEFL iBT scores alone; you should consider all relevant information about a student for admissions
Explains the research to show the relationship between CEFR levels and the reading and listening scores from all tests in the TOEFL Family of Assessments. It provides a guiding tool for showing student progression and readiness for the next test.
Information for TOEFL iBT stakeholders, including score use guidelines, options for receiving TOEFL iBT scores, services and materials to assist score users.
An introduction to the central notion of score validity and a presentation of the validity argument for the TOEFL iBT test, including summaries of research investigating key test claims.
An introduction for nonexperts to the key assessment concept of reliability, describing areas of practice that ETS uses to ensure that TOEFL iBT scores are reliable and comparable across forms.
These summaries contain data on the performance of examinees who took the TOEFL iBT test during each calendar year.