TOEFL Score Measurement
TOEFL has a very distinctively designed pattern that acts as a yardstick to evaluate the skill set of the candidates. There is a unique score range for each of the skills, which is measured on the TOEFL iBT test. Furthermore, each skill has 4 or 5 language proficiency levels.
TOEFL score is measured on a 0-120 scale, i.e. 0-30 TOEFL scores for each section.
Although the score range for each of the four test sections (Listening, Reading, Speaking, and Writing) is from 0 to 30, each section has a separate measure, which is the evaluation pattern and each measure has its own scale.
Finally, the test gives an unprejudiced course of action of your English language ability. Because, the test is scored anonymously, and no interviews are included as part of the process. If you know the language of English well, then you will score well, as simple as that. Hence, the TOEFL is the best exercise of your capabilities to thrive in an English speaking program.