TOEFL ITP: Test structure for each of the 3 sections and topics
The TOEFL ITP test is similar to the TOEFL IBT test. The ITP tests three of the four language skill areas. It tests reading, listening, and structure and written expression. The TOEFL ITP assessment series is designed as a placement and tracking tools for learners already in high schools, universities, and colleges. This makes it different from TOEFL IBT as this is used to gain entry to university and college.
There are 2 levels for the exam. Level 1 is for intermediate and advanced, and level 2 is for high beginner to intermediate. The amount of time you have to complete the whole test depends on which level you take. All the questions in both levels are multiple choice, so you will have to complete a scorecard for each paper. Be careful when doing this! The minimum score to pass level 1 is 310/677 and for level 2 it is 200/500.
language and communication – email, mail, telephone use, leaving messages, requests for information
Media – TV, newspapers, internet
Objects – descriptions of objects, equipment
Personal – family members, friends, health, emotions, physical characteristics, daily routines
planning and time management – future events, invitations, personal; schedules
Purchases – clothing, shopping, banking,money
Recreation – sports, games, concerts etc
Transportation – travel, driving, parking etc
Workplace – applying for a job, work schedules, on-campus employment
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Registering, picking an exam date, setting a score goal, making a study plan, getting good quality materials, and off you go. It’s that simple right? Many things in that list aren’t difficult but they are time consuming. Here are Global Exam we can take away some of that stress. We have all the materials you would need to study for the TOEFL ITP and gain success.