Official TOEFL iBT® Practice Test
Volume 26 Score Report
 
The purpose of this practice test is to help you prepare for the TOEFL iBT®. Performance on this test is not necessarily a predictor of how you might perform during an actual TOEFL® administration because you are not taking this test under regular testing conditions. However, you are encouraged to use this practice test to get a better sense of the TOEFL iBT® content and format, as well as receive scoring information on this preparation experience. Scores and information presented in this score report are for preparation use only and are not official test scores.
 
Test Taker Profile:
Name Test Mode Test Start Test End Total Scaled Score
홍길동 Timed Mode 2014-05-11 13:23 2014-05-11 16:12 86
Summary Analysis:
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Section Total Number of Correct Responses %Correct Scaled Score %Guessed* %Correct of Guessed
Reading 32 of 45 71% 21 0% 0
Listening 25 of 34 74% 21 0% 0
*These scores available only if on the test customization page, you selected to mark the answers on which you guessed.
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Section Scaled Score Scaled Score Range
Speaking 26 19 - 28
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Writing
Writing scores are produced by e-rater® automated scoring software only. On the actual TOEFL test, human raters will evaluate writing responses.
  Rating Scaled Score
Rating for Writing based on Reading and Listening 2 18
Rating for Writing based on Knowledge & Experience 4
  * Your essay could not be scored because some of its organizational elements could not be identified.

  Please notice that actual TOEFL test does not provide this additional information about your writing performance.
 
The Speaking and Writing sections of this practice test are scored by automated scoring systems, Click here for further explanation of how each section of your test was scored.
 
Feedback Analysis:
Reading Level Your Performance
Reading Intermediate
Test takers who receive a score at the INTERMEDIATE level, as you did, typically understand academic texts in English that require a wide range of reading abilities, although their understanding of certain parts of the texts is limited.

Test takers who receive a score at the INTERMEDIATE level typically:

  • have a good command of common academic vocabulary, but still have some difficulty with high-level vocabulary;
  • have a very good understanding of grammatical structure;
  • can understand and connect information, make appropriate inferences, and synthesize information in a range of texts, but have more difficulty when the vocabulary is high level and the text is conceptually dense;
  • can recognize the expository organization of a text and the role that specific information serves within a larger text, but have some difficulty when these are not explicit or easy to infer from the text; and
  • can abstract major ideas from a text, but have more difficulty doing so when the text is conceptually dense.
    Listening Level Your Performance
    Listening Intermediate
    Test takers who receive a score at the INTERMEDIATE level, as you did, typically understand conversations and lectures in English that present a wide range of listening demands. These demands can include difficult vocabulary (uncommon terms or colloquial or figurative language), complex grammatical structures and/or abstract or complex ideas. However, lectures and conversations that require the listener to make sense of unexpected or seemingly contradictory information may present some difficulty.

    When listening to conversations and lectures like these, test takers at the INTERMEDIATE level typically can:

  • understand explicitly stated main ideas and important details, especially if they are reinforced, but may have difficulty understanding main ideas that must be inferred or important details that are not reinforced;
  • understand how information is being used (for example, to provide support or describe a step in a complex process);
  • recognize how pieces of information are connected (for example, in a cause-and-effect relationship);
  • understand, though perhaps not consistently, ways that speakers use language for purposes other than to give information (for example, to emphasize a point, express agreement or disagreement, or convey intentions indirectly); and
  • synthesize information from adjacent parts of a lecture or conversation and make correct inferences on the basis of that information, but may have difficulty synthesizing information from separate parts of a lecture or conversation.
    Speaking Level Your Performance
    Speaking About Familiar Topics Fair
    Your responses indicate you are able to speak in English about your personal experiences and opinions in a mostly clear and coherent manner. Your speech is mostly clear with only occasional errors. Grammar and vocabulary are somewhat limited and include some errors. At times, the limitations prevent you from elaborating fully on your ideas, but they do not seriously interfere with overall communication.
    Speaking About Campus Situations Fair
    Your responses demonstrate an ability to speak in English about reading material and experiences typically encountered by university students. You are able to convey relevant information about conversations, newspaper articles and campus bulletins; however, some details are missing or inaccurate. Limitations of grammar, vocabulary and pronunciation at times cause difficulty for the listener. However, they do not seriously interfere with overall communication.
    Speaking About Academic Course Content Fair
    Your responses demonstrate that you are able to speak in English about academic reading and lecture material, with only minor communication problems. For the most part, your speech is clear and easy to understand. However, some problems with pronunciation and intonation may occasionally cause difficulty for the listener. Your use of grammar and vocabulary is adequate to talk about the topics, but some ideas are not fully developed or are inaccurate.
    Writing Level Your Performance
    Writing based on Reading and Listening Limited
    Responses that receive these scores from human raters in operational TOEFL® tests are provided with the following description. See footnote below for further information.
    Your response was judged as limited due to:
  • failure to understand the lecture or reading passage;
  • deficiencies in relating the lecture to the reading passage; and/or
  • many grammatical errors and/or very unclear expressions and sentence structures.
    Writing Based on Knowledge and Experience Good
    Responses that receive these scores from human raters in operational TOEFL® tests are provided with the following description. See footnote below for further information.
    You responded with a well-organized and developed essay. Weaknesses, if you have any, might have to do with:
  • use of English that is occasionally ungrammatical, unclear or unidiomatic, and/or
  • elaboration of ideas or connection of ideas that could have been stronger.
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    *Scores and information presented in this score report are for practice use only and are not official test scores.