The following table shows the TOEFL Junior® Standard overall score levels, total scale scores, overall performance descriptors and Common European Framework of Reference (CEFR) profiles. Performance descriptors represent performance in middle schools using English for instruction, and show what a typical student at that level can do. The CEFR profile indicates the CEFR section-level scores a typical student would achieve on their overall TOEFL Junior score level.
|Overall Score Level||Total Scale Score||Overall Performance Descriptor||CEFR Profile|
|845–900||Consistently demonstrates comprehension of complex written and spoken materials, drawing on knowledge of complex language structures and vocabulary.||B2 for all sections|
|785–840||Often demonstrates comprehension of complex written and spoken materials, drawing on knowledge of complex language structures and vocabulary.||B1 for all sections|
|730–780||Demonstrates comprehension of some complex written and spoken materials and most basic materials, drawing on knowledge of basic language structures and vocabulary.||Mostly B1 for all sections, but occasionally A2|
|655–725||Occasionally demonstrates comprehension of basic written and spoken materials, drawing on knowledge of basic language structures and vocabulary.||Mostly A2 for all sections, but occasionally A1 for Reading and Listening|
|600–650||Can comprehend some very basic written and spoken texts, drawing on knowledge of basic language structures and vocabulary, but needs to further develop these language skills and comprehension abilities.||Mostly A1 for Listening and Reading; mostly A2 for Language, Form and Meaning|