Modified on Tue, 27 Sep 2022 at 01:08 PM

DimensionModelConstructImpact on OverallDefinition
Repetitions DeliveryFluency (Repair)WeakHow often you repeat a word or phrase (including self-corrections).

Responses with a higher Repetition score (i.e. fewer repetitions) correlate weakly with high TOEFL Speaking scores.


Overall Score

  • Good: 26-30
  • Fair: 18-25
  • Limited: 10-17
  • Weak: 0-9

What this chart tells us

For the Repetitions dimension, there is a relationship between the number of repetitions in your response and your overall TOEFL Speaking score, but it's weak, and therefore hard to make a prediction of your overall TOEFL Speaking score only using data from this dimension. 

  • the Repetitions score for this response scored is 40 (i.e. it scored in the 40th percentile)
  • 60% of all responses scored higher; 40% of all responses scored lower
  • responses with a Repetitions score of 40 are consistent with an overall TOEFL Speaking score in the Weak range, the Limited range, and the Fair range but not in the Good range (i.e. the overlap between the red, yellow, and blue bars)
  • the Impact of this dimension is 1/4, meaning there is a weak correlation between Repetitions and your overall TOEFL Speaking score

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