Taking the TOEFL ITP

What is the TOEFL ITP?

The TOEFL ITP is a paper-based test that uses academic content to evaluate the English-language proficiency of nonnative English speakers. The TOEFL ITP is the official English placement exam for admission to AUIS. Applicants to AUIS must complete the TOEFL ITP or equivalent English test to be considered. The TOEFL ITP is also used for placement, progress, evaluation, exit testing and other situations.

Skills measured include listening comprehension, structure and written expression, and reading comprehension. Learn more about the test content here.

More information about the TOEFL ITP can be found on the ETS website.

If you are a new applicant, please follow the registration instructions below. The below registration instruction apply only to new applicants to AUIS.
For all policy information, please visit our English Requirements page. AUIS requires applicants to demonstrate English proficiency through the TOEFL ITP, an official ETS diagnostic test.
Official scores will be reported 1 to 3 weeks after the test date. Scores will be reported via email and by SMS text message.
Applicants to AUIS can also, instead of the TOEFL ITP, submit official score reports for the tests listed below: