Handbooks for the TOEFL Junior® Tests
Download a handbook for information on what to do before the test, what to expect on test day, getting ready for the test, score reporting, and policies and guidelines.
- Handbook for the TOEFL Junior® Tests
- TOEFL® Young Students Series Handbook Supplement for Test Takers with Disabilities or Health-Related Needs
Sample Questions for the Tests
These sample questions are meant to help you and your students understand the kinds of questions that will be on the tests.
Help Students Find the Right Books at the Right Reading Level with MetaMetrics® Lexile® Measures
The best way for students to improve their English reading ability is to read. TOEFL Junior scores and Lexile measures make it easier to find the right books at the right reading level.
Each TOEFL Junior score report includes a Lexile measure, which puts the ability of the reader and the difficulty of the text on the same scale. This takes the guesswork out of choosing books at a student's reading level.
Browse the ever-growing Lexile Book Database and find the right books for your students.
Typical Reader Measures By Grade
|Grade||Reader Measures, Mid-Year|
|1||BR* 120L to 296L|
|2||170L to 545L|
|3||415L to 760L|
|4||635L to 950L|
|5||770L to 1080L|
|6||855L to 1165L|
|7||925L to 1235L|
|8||985L to 1295L|
|9||1040L to 1350L|
|10||1085L to 1400L|
|11 and 12||1130L to 1440L|
The Lexile range shown is the middle 50 percent of reader measures for each grade. This means that 25 percent of students had Lexile measures below the lower number and 25 percent had Lexile measures above the higher number.
*Beginning Reader (BR) is a code given to readers and texts that are below 0L on the Lexile scale. The lower the number following the BR code, the more advanced the reader or text is. The higher the number, the less complex the text is or less skilled the reader is.
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