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Implementation Guide For the Sending/Receiving of TOEFL Testing Results Using Transaction Set 138 Segment Layout and Detail for Segments and Data Elements Used when Sending TOEFL Testing Results from ETS to Educational Institutions Appendix A: List of Countries and Their Codes Appendix B: List of Languages and Their Codes Appendix C: List of Subtests and Their Codes Appendix D: List of Departments and Their Codes Appendix E: Sample TOEFL Score Report Using TS 138 Format Appendix F: TOEFL Tape Layout Mapped to TS 138 Format Prepared by Educational Testing Service in co-operation with the Postsecondary Electronic Standards Council AUGUST 1998

138

Educational Testing Results Request and Report Functional Group = TT

Purpose: This Draft Standard for Trial Use contains the format and establishes the data contents of the Testing Results Request and Report Transaction Set (138) for use within the context of an Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) environment. This standard can be used to request and receive the results of testing programs by educational institutions and employers. This information includes one testtaker's identification; test identification, testing conditions, scoring results, and test normalization analysis including national, regional, and local norms. Although TS 138 can accommodate the request for and transmission of various testing results—SAT, GRE, and GMAT, for example—this particular implementation guide can be used for sending TOEFL testing results only. The Segment Summary contains all the segments in the X12 transaction set, but only those segments marked with “*” are used in reporting TOEFL test results. The subset of segment and data element details contained in this implementation guide accommodate all requirements to report TOEFL testing results.

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Segment Summary: Heading: Pos

Id

Segment Name

010

*ST

Transaction Set Header

Req M

Max Use 1

020

*BGN

Beginning Segment

M

1

030

*ERP

Educational Record Purpose

M

1

040

*REF

Reference Identification

M

1

LOOP ID - N1

Repeat Notes

N 2

050

*N1

Name

M

1

060

N3

Address Information

O

1

070

N4

Geographic Location

O

1

080

*PER

Administrative Communications Contact

O

1

Id

Segment Name

N

Details: Pos

Req

Max Use

LOOP ID - IN1

Repeat Notes 10

010

*IN1

Individual Identification of the Test-Taker

M

1

020

*IN2

Individual Name Structure Components

M

10

030

REF

Reference Identification

O

5

040

*DMG Demographic Information

O

1

050

*IND

Additional Individual Demographic Information

O

1

060

*LUI

Language Use

O

5

070

*N3

Address Information

O

1

080

*N4

Geographic Location

O

1

090

COM

Communication Contact Information

O

5

100

*RQS

Request for Information

O

>1

N

110

SCA

Statistical Category Analysis

O

>1

N

LOOP ID - EMS

10

120

EMS

Employment Position

O

1

130

N1

Name

O

1

140

DTP

Date or Time or Period

O

1

Test Score Record

M

1

LOOP ID - TST 150

*TST

N

N

>1

LOOP ID - SBT

N >1

160

*SBT

Subtest

O

1

170

*SRE

Test Scores

O

5

180

MSG

Essay text

O

>1

LOOP ID - RAP

N >1

190

RAP

Requirement, Attribute, and Proficiency

O

1

200

EMS

Employment Position

O

1

LOOP ID - SCA

N N >1

210

SCA

Statistical Category Analysis

O

1

N

220

FOS

Field of Study

O

1

N

3

LOOP ID - N1

1

230

*N1

Testing Location

O

1

240

N3

Address Information

O

1

250

N4

Geographic Location

O

1

260

PER

Administrative Communications Contact

O

1

LOOP ID - DEG

N

5

270

DEG

Degree Goal

O

1

280

FOS

Field of Study

O

5

LOOP ID - SST

N 10

290

SST

High School Status

O

1

300

SSE

Entry and Exit Information

O

1

310

SUM

Academic Summary

O

1

320

FOS

Field of Study

O

>1

LOOP ID - N1

N

N 1

330

N1

Name of High School

O

1

340

N3

Address Information

O

1

350

N4

Geographic Location

O

1

LOOP ID - PCL

N

25

360

PCL

Previous College

O

1

370

N3

Address Information

O

1

380

N4

Geographic Location

O

1

390

SSE

Entry and Exit Information

O

1

400

FOS

Field of Study

O

>1 1

LOOP ID - DEG

N

N 10

410

DEG

Degree Record

O

420

SUM

Academic Summary

O

1

430

FOS

Field of Study

O

30

LOOP ID - ATV

N

>1

440

ATV

Test-Taker Activities

O

1

450

EMS

Employment Position

O

1

460

DTP

Date or Time or Period

O

1

470

*SE

Transaction Set Trailer

M

1

4

N N

Notes: 1/040 1/050 2/010 2/100 2/110 2/120 2/150 2/180 2/190 2/200 2/210 2/220 2/230 2/270 2/290 2/320 2/330 2/360 2/400 2/410 2/440 2/460

The REF segment indicates the test-taker's identification number. The N1 loop provides information about the sender and the intended receiver. The IN1 loop provides information about the test-taker and related individuals that may have requested the testing or, if the test-taker is a minor, have approved the administration of the test. The RQS segments contain responses to questions about such topics as family income, college preferences, and other supplemental information. The RQS segment identifies the question and the test-taker's response. The SCA segment describes demographic norms for the test-taker or other related individuals. The EMS loop provides employment information about the test-taker and related individuals. The TST, DEG, SST, PCL and ATV loops provide information about the test-taker identified in the IN1 loop. The TST loop describes the test results being reported. The MSG segment contains the text of the essay component of a test. The RAP segment identifies a specific proficiency, licensing requirement, etc. which the test or test component meets. The EMS describes a position the requirements for which the test or test component meets. The SCA loop provides statistical analysis and norms for the test or test components. The FOS segment together with the SCA segment describe the predicted degree of success the test-taker might expect upon entering specific academic programs. The N1 loop describes the testing center or the place where the test or test component was administered. The DEG loop describes the test-taker's academic degree goals and field of study interests. The SST loop provides information about the high schools the student has or is attending, along with self-reported course work, credit hours, GPA, etc. The FOS segments provide information about high school course work or subjects the test-taker has taken. The N1 segment identifies the high school. The PCL loop provides information about the test-taker's current or previous experiences at post-secondary institutions. The FOS segment provides information about the course work or subjects that the test-taker has taken at post-secondary institutions. The DEG loop provides information about degrees, majors, minors, and fields of study which the test-taker has completed or pursued at post-secondary institutions. The ATV loop describes the test-taker's activities, awards and accomplishments. The DTP segment contains the date or range of dates that the test-taker participated in an activity.

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ST

Pos: 010 Max: 1 Heading - Mandatory Loop: N/A Elems: 2

Transaction Set Header

Purpose: To indicate the start of the transaction set and to assign a control number

Element Summary: Ref

Id

Element Name

Req

Type

Min/Max

Usage

01

143

Transaction Set Identifier Code

M

ID

3/3

Used

329

Description: Code uniquely identifying a Transaction Set Code Description 138 Educational Testing Results Request and Report Transaction Set Control Number

M

AN

4/9

Used

02

Description: Identifying control number that must be unique within the transaction set functional group assigned by the sender of the transaction set in the GS segment. This value must match that in data element SE02. It will also be returned in TS 997, the acknowledgment.

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BGN

Pos: 020 Max: 1 Heading - Mandatory Loop: N/A Elems: 5

Beginning Segment

Purpose: To indicate the beginning of the transaction set

Element Summary: Ref

Id

Element Name

Req

Type

Min/Max

Usage

01

353

Transaction Set Purpose Code

M

ID

2/2

Used

127

Description: Code identifying purpose of the transaction set Code Description 00 Original transmission of testing results report Reference Identification

M

AN

1/30

Used

M

DT

8/8

Used

C

TM

4/8

Used

O

ID

2/2

Used

02

Description: This is a reference number assigned by the sender. Its purpose is to facilitate machine identification and processing of testing results. 03

373

Date Description: Date the transaction set was originated by the sender. It is expressed as CCYYMMDD.

04

337

Time Description: Indicates the time the transaction was originated by the sender. Time is expressed in 24-hour clock time as follows: HHMM, or HHMMSS, or HHMMSSD, or HHMMSSDD, where H = hours (00-23), M = minutes (00-59), S = integer seconds (00-59) and DD = decimal seconds; decimal seconds are expressed as follows: D = tenths (0-9) and DD = hundredths (00-99)

05

623

Time Code Description: Code indicating the time zone or type of time in BGN04. If this data element is used, then BGN04 must be used. Code Description ED Eastern Daylight Time ES Eastern Standard Time

Syntax: 05

C0504 -- If 05 is present, then 04 is required

Semantics: BGN02 is the transaction set reference number. BGN03 is the transaction set date. BGN04 is the transaction set time. BGN05 is the transaction set time qualifier.

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ERP

Pos: 030 Max: 1 Heading - Mandatory Loop: N/A Elems: 1

Educational Record Purpose

Purpose: To indicate the type of educational information being sent

Element Summary: Ref

Id

Element Name

Req

Type

Min/Max

Usage

01

640

Transaction Type Code

M

ID

2/2

Used

Description: Code specifying the type of data being sent Code Description TT Testing Service Report

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REF

Pos: 040 Max: 1 Heading - Mandatory Loop: N/A Elems: 2

Reference Identification

Purpose: To identify the test-taker by code

Element Summary: Ref

Id

Element Name

Req

Type

Min/Max

Usage

01

128

Reference Identification Qualifier

M

ID

2/3

Used

127

Description: Code qualifying the test-taker's identification number. Indicate Social Security Number when available. When it is not available, use the test registration number or a number mutually agreed upon by the trading partners. Code Description 2I Registration Number Test-Taker Identification

M

AN

1/30

Used

02

Description: This number identifies the test-taker.

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N1

Pos: 050 Max: 1 Heading - Mandatory Loop: N1 Elems: 4

Name

Purpose: To identify the sender and receiver by name and, if possible, by code. One N1 loop identifies the sending testing service; the other iteration identifies the receiving institution.

Element Summary: Ref

Id

Element Name

Req

Type

Min/Max

Usage

01

98

Entity Identifier Code

M

ID

2/3

Used

93

Description: Code describing the sender or receiver of the transaction set Code Description AT Postsecondary Education Recipient UE Testing Service Sender Name of testing service or postsecondary institution

C

AN

1/60

Used

02

Description: This free-form name must be used when a code identifier in N104 does not exist. The format for this data element when referring to a testing service is [Name of Test]-[Abbreviated Testing Service Name]. TOEFL will use: TOEFL-ETS 03

04

66

Identification Code Qualifier

C

ID

1/2

Used

67

Description: Code designating the code set used in N104. This data element is used if possible and is required if the sender or receiver in the N1 loop is identified by code in N104. Code Description 72 The College Board's Admission Testing Program (ATP) Identification Code

C

AN

2/20

Used

Description: Code uniquely identifying the sender or receiver. This data element is required if N103 is used.

Syntax: 02 03

R0203 -- At least one of 02 or 03 is required. P0304 -- If either 03 or 04 are present, then the others are required.

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PER

Pos: 080 Max: 1 Heading - Optional Loop: N1 Elems: 2

Administrative Communications Contact

Purpose: To identify a person or office to whom administrative communications should be directed. This segment is recommended for use in the sender loop and may also be used in the receiver loop.

Element Summary: Ref

Id

Element Name

Req

Type

Min/Max

Usage

01

366

Contact Function Code

M

ID

2/2

Used

443

Description: Code identifying the major duty or responsibility of the person or group named. Use code SM when referring to the testing service. Code Description GC Guidance Counselor GR Graduate Admissions Office UR Under-Graduate Admissions Office SM Submitting Contact Contact Inquiry Reference

O

AN

1/20

Used

09

Description: Additional reference number. For TOEFL, used to indicate department code within the receiving institution as described by Educational Testing Service. The code list can be found in Appendix D.

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IN1

Individual Identification of the TestTaker

Pos: 010 Max: 1 Detail - Mandatory Loop: IN1 Elems: 3

Purpose: To provide identification of the test-taker. If the sender wishes to give several names for the test-taker (i.e., a current legal name and a previous name)), the IN1 loop may be repeated using IN1 and IN2 only in the repeated loop. Each iteration of the IN1 loop, however, must relate to the student only for this implementation of the sending of educational testing results.

Element Summary: Ref

Id

Element Name

Req

Type

Min/Max

Usage

01

1065

Entity Type Qualifier

M

ID

1/1

Used

1107

Description: Code to indicate if the entity is a person or non-person. Code Description 1 Person Name Type Code

M

ID

2/2

Used

98

Description: Code identifying the type of name to be reported in IN2. Code 04 is preferred when a testing result is reported for the first time. Code Description 02 Current Legal Entity Identifier Code O

ID

2/3

Used

02

03

Description: Code indicating that this transaction is reporting testing results for the test-taker. Code Description S2 Test-taker

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IN2

Pos: 020 Max: 10 Detail - Mandatory Loop: IN1 Elems: 2

Individual Name Structure Components

Purpose: To identify the test-taker by name and to sequence individual name components for maximum specificity. When possible, send last name, first name, and first middle initial. If it is unknown, which is the last name, send the composite name.

Element Summary: Ref

Id

Element Name

Req

Type

Min/Max

Usage

01

1104

Name Component Qualifier

M

ID

2/2

Used

93

Description: Code identifying the type of name components. Code Description 16 Composite name (used if the name cannot be broken into separate parts) Name

M

AN

1/60

Used

02

Description: Name component of the test-taker.

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DMG

Pos: 040 Max: 1 Detail - Optional Loop: IN1 Elems: 5

Demographic Information

Purpose: To supply demographic information about the test-taker.

Element Summary: Ref

Id

Element Name

Req

Type

Min/Max

Usage

01

1250

Date Time Period Format Qualifier

C

ID

2/3

Used

1251

Description: Code indicating that the date format for the birthdate to follow is in CCYYMMDD format. This data element is used only when DMG02 is used. Code Description D8 Date Expressed in Format CCYYMMDD Birthdate C

AN

1/35

Used

ID

1/1

Used

02

Description: Expression of the test-taker's birthdate in format described in DMG01. This data element is used only when DMG01 is used. 03

1068

Gender Code

O

Description: Code indicating the sex of the test-taker. Code Description A Not Provided F Female M Male

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IND

Additional Individual Demographic Information

Pos: 050 Max: 1 Detail - Optional Loop: IN1 Elems: 1

Purpose: To provide additional demographic information to the receiving school, institution, or agency to assist in identifying the particular student

Element Summary: Ref

Id

Element Name

Req

Type

Min/Max

Usage

01

26

Country Code

O

ID

2/3

Used

Description: Code identifying the test-taker's native country. A list of country codes is found in Appendix A.

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LUI

Pos: 060 Max: 5 Detail - Optional Loop: IN1 Elems: 4

Language Use

Purpose: To specify language, type of usage, and proficiency or fluency

Element Summary: Ref

Id

Element Name

Req

Type

Min/Max

Usage

01

66

Identification Code Qualifier

C

ID

1/2

Used

C

AN

2/20

Used

C

AN

1/80

Used

O

ID

1/2

Used

Description: Code designating the code set used to identify languages. Whenever possible, use this data element and LUI02 to identify the language. If this is not possible, use only LUI03 to identify the language. Code

02

67

Description

LE

ISO 639 Language Codes

LD

NISO Z39.53 Language Codes

Identification Code Description: Code that identifies the language. Use code from the code set indicated in LUI01. The code lists can be found in Appendix B.

03

352

Description Description: Literal name of the language when needed for clarity or when the language is not include in the code lists identified in LUI01. This data element is to be used only when LUI01 and LUI02 cannot be used.

04

1303

Use of Language Indicator Description: Code indicating that the language identified is the testtaker’s native language. Code Description 8 Native Language

Syntax: 01 04

P0102 -- If either 01 or 02 are present, then the others are required. L040203 -- If 04 is present, then at least one of 02 or 03 is required.

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N3

Pos: 070 Max: 1 Detail - Optional Loop: IN1 Elems: 2

Address Information

Purpose: To specify the street mailing address of the test-taker

Element Summary: Ref

Id

Element Name

Req

Type

Min/Max

Usage

01

166

Address Information

M

AN

1/55

Used

02

166

O

AN

1/55

Used

Description: Free-form street address information for test-taker Address Information Description: Continuation of free-form street address information for testtaker, if needed

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N4

Pos: 080 Max: 1 Detail - Optional Loop: IN1 Elems: 6

Geographic Location

Purpose: To specify the city, state or province, postal code, and country in the mailing address of the test-taker

Element Summary: Ref

Id

Element Name

Req

Type

Min/Max

Usage

01

19

City Name

O

AN

2/30

Used

O

ID

2/2

Used

O

ID

3/15

Used

O

ID

2/3

Used

O

ID

2/3

Used

O

ID

1/30

Used

Description: Free-form text for city name. Include the international postal zone code if address outside the U.S. 02

156

State or Province Code Description: Standard state/province code as defined the US Postal System. Use this data element only with an U.S. or Canadian address.

03

116

Postal Code Description: Code defining the zip code excluding punctuation and blanks. Use this data element only with an U.S. address.

04

26

Country Code Description: Code identifying the country. This data element is used only if the country is other than the US. The list of country codes can be found in Appendix A.

05

309

Location Qualifier Description: Code identifying type of location. Code Description CC Country name.

06

310

Location Description: The test-taker's address country name

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RQS

Pos: 100 Max: >1 Detail - Optional Loop: IN1 Elems: 5

Request for Information

Purpose: To identify demographic and other questions asked of the test-taker and to indicate the test-taker replies

Element Summary: Ref

Id

Element Name

Req

Type

Min/Max

Usage

01

1270

Code List Qualifier Code

C

ID

1/3

Used

1271

Description: Code identifying the list of questions asked of the test-taker Code Description RQ Testing Service Question Code List Industry Code

C

AN

1/30

Used

Plan to earn degree Free-form response in RQS05 is expected: 1=yes; 2=no; 3=no answer. T001 Reason for taking test Free-form response in RQS05 is expected. T002 Number of times test taken before (reported for Paper-based tests only) Free-form response in RQS05 is expected. The choices are: 1=One; 2=Two; 3=Three; 4=Four or more; 0=None if not answered Description O

AN

1/80

Used

02

Description: Code identifying a question asked of the test-taker. The expected form of the response--free-form or yes/no--is indicated in the code description. These industry codes are divided in D codes (for demographic questions); E codes (for enrollment questions); and T codes (for questions about the test). Code Description E003

05

352

Description: A free-form response to the question in RQS02 or RQS03 if a Yes/No response is not appropriate. This free-form response may be text supplied by the test-taker or a coded response such as 1=fulltime; 2=parttime. See question descriptions for each code in RQS02 for expected responses.

Syntax: 01 02

P0102 -- If either 01 or 02 are present, then the others are required. R0203 -- At least one of 02 or 03 is required.

Semantics: RQS05 is the free-form answer to either the codified or free-form question.

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Pos: 150 Max: 1 Detail - Mandatory Loop: TST Elems: 4

Test Score Record

TST Purpose: To provide information about the test for which results are being reported

Element Summary: Ref

Id

Element Name

Req

Type

Min/Max

Usage

01

1155

Educational Test Code

M

ID

1/3

Used

1250

Description: Indicates the specific test for which results are being reported. . When they are available, TSE and TWE scores are reported with TOEFL scores. Code Description 809 Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) 828 Test of Spoken English (TSE) 829 Test of Written English (TWE) Date Time Period Format Qualifier

C

ID

2/3

Used

1251

Description: Code indicating the format for the date the test was administered. This data element is used only if TST04 is used Code Description D8 Date in Format CCYYMMDD Date Time Period

C

AN

1/35

Used

O

AN

1/30

Used

03

04

Description: Expression of the date the test was administered. This data element is used only if TST03 is used. 05

127

Form, Version, or Edition of Test Description: Indicates the form, version, or edition of the test. For TOEFL the first position is the test type, C=computer- based P=paper- based, second thru fifth position is the Interpretative Year Information for Paperbased tests only. The sixth position, Paper-based tests only, "Y" indicates the original score has been adjusted to 310, because of the truncation of the Paper-based score scale. This score scale truncation is used to prevent an overlap between the Paper-based score scale and the computer-based score scale. Example 1: C_ _ _ _ _ Example 2: P_ _ _ _Y Example 3: P1997_

Computer- based test. Paper- based test with score truncation Paper- based test with interpretative year

Syntax: 03

P0304 -- If either 03 or 04 are present, then the others are required.

Semantics: TST04 refers to the date the test was administered. TST05 refers to the form of the test.

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SBT

Pos: 160 Max: 1 Detail - Optional Loop: SBT Elems: 2

Subtest

Purpose: To provide information about each subtest

Element Summary: Ref

Id

Element Name

Req

Type

Min/Max

Usage

01

1158

Subtest Code

M

ID

5/5

Used

1159

Description: Code indicating a subtest associated with a particular test. The first three digits correspond to the test code which appeared in TST01. For this data element, use the 5-digit code appearing after the hyphen to indicate the subtest. The full list of subtests for the tests identified as possibilities in TST01 appear in Appendix C. Code Description 809-00001 Paper-based Section I 809-00002 Paper-based Section II 809-00003 Paper-based Section III 809-00004 Paper-based Total 809-00005 Computer-based Listening 809-00006 Computer-based Structure/Written Expression 809-00007 Computer-based Reading 809-00008 Computer-based Total 809-00009 Computer-based Essay Rating 828-00004 Overall Comprehension 829-00004 Overall Rating Test Score Interpretation Code

O

ID

1/1

Used

03

Description: Code indicating unusual testing conditions that must be known to interpret properly a person's academic test score. For TOEFL, to indicate non- standard administration, use code "2" for both Paper-based or Computer-based testing. Code Description 2 Nonstandard Administration Procedure ( Extended Time, Hearing Impaired, etc.)

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SRE

Pos: 170 Max: 5 Detail - Optional Loop: SBT Elems: 2

Test Scores

Purpose: To provide scores on tests that a student has taken

Element Summary: Ref

Id

Element Name

Req

Type

Min/Max

Usage

01

1160

Subtest Score Qualifier Code

M

ID

1/1

Used

352

Description: Code indicating the manner in which the actual academic test score result is reported. TOEFL scores are reported as 1 Scaled Scores. Code Description 1 Scaled Score Subtest Score

M

AN

1/80

Used

02

Description: The subtest score. For TOEFL, If SBT01 is '000001' and SBT03 is '2' and the score in this field is reported as ' **' this indicates the Paper-based listening section was not administered. If SBT01 is '000005' and SBT03 is '2' and the score in this field is reported as ' **' this indicates the computer-based listening section was not administered. If SBT01 is '00004' and SBT03 is '2' and the score in this field is reported as "***" this indicates the Paper-based listening section was not administered. If SBT01 is '00008' and SBT03 is '2' and the score in this field is reported as "***" this indicates the computer-based listening section was not administered.

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N1

Pos: 230 Max: 1 Detail - Optional Loop: N1 Elems: 2

Testing Location

Purpose: To identify the testing center or the place where the test or test component was administered

Element Summary: Ref

Id

Element Name

Req

Type

Min/Max

Usage

01

98

Entity Identifier Code

M

ID

2/3

Used

93

Description: Code indicating that this is the testing location. Code Description ZZ Mutually Defined as Testing Location Testing Center or Location Number

O

AN

1/60

Used

02

Description: A free-form code used to describe the testing center or location number as described by the testing service.

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SE

Pos: 470 Max: 1 Detail - Mandatory Loop: N/A Elems: 2

Transaction Set Trailer

Purpose: To indicate the end of the transaction set and provide the count of the transmitted segments (including the beginning ST and ending SE segments)

Element Summary: Ref

Id

Element Name

Req

Type

Min/Max

Usage

01

96

Number of Included Segments

M

N0

1/10

Used

M

AN

4/9

Used

Description: Total number of segments included in the transaction set including ST and SE segments 02

329

Transaction Set Control Number Description: Identifying control number that must be unique within the transaction set functional group (in the GS segment) assigned by the originator of the transaction set. This value must match that in data element ST02.

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Appendix A List of Countries and Their Codes Code AD AE AF AG AI AL AM AN AO AQ AR AS AT AU AW AZ BA BB BD BE BF BG BH BI BJ BM BN BO BR BS BT BU BV BW BY BZ CA CC CF CG CH CI CK CL

Description Andorra United Arab Emvirates Afghanistan Antigua & Barbuda Anguilla Albania Armenia Netherlands Antilles Angola Antarctica Argentina American Samoa Austria Australia Aruba Azerbaijan Bosnia & Herzegovina Barbados Bangladesh Belgium Burkina Faso Bulgaria Bahrain Burundi Benin Bermuda Brunei Darussalam Bolivia Brazil Bahamas Bhutan Burma Bouvet Island Botswana Belarus Belize Canada Cocos (Keeling) Islands Central African Republic Congo Switzerland Cote d’Ivoire (Ivory Coast) Cool Islands Chile

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CM CN CO CR CS CU CV CX CY CZ DD DE DJ DK DM DO DZ EC EE EG EH ER ES ET FI FJ FK FM FO FR FX GA GB GD GE GF GH GI GL GM GN GP GQ GR GS GT GU GW GY HK

Cameroon China Colombia Costa Rica Czechoslovakia Cuba Cape Verde Christmas Island Cyprus Czech Republic German Democratic Republic Germany Djibouti Denmark Dominica Dominican Republic Algeria Ecuador Estonia Egypt Western Sahara Eritrea Spain Ethiopia Finland Fiji Falkland Islands (Malvinas) Micronesia Faroe Islands France France, Metropolitan Gabon United Kingdom (Great Britain) Grenada Georgia French Guiana Ghana Gibraltar Greenland Gambia Guinea Guadeloupe Equatorial Guinea Greece South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands Guatemala Guam Guinea-Bissau Guyana Hong Kong

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HM HN HR HT HU ID IE IL IN IO IQ IR IS IT JM JO JP KE KG KH KI KM KN KP KR KW KY KZ LA LB LC LI LK LR LS LT LU LV LY MA MC MD MG MH ML MN MM MO MP MQ

Heard Island & McDonald Islands Honduras Croatia Haiti Hungary Indonesia Ireland Israel India British Indian Ocean Territory Iraq Islamic Republic of Iran Iceland Italy Jamaica Jordan Japan Kenya Kyrgyzstan Cambodia Kiribati Cormoros St. Kitts and Nevis Korea, Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, Republic of Kuwait Cayman Islands Kazakhstan Lao People’s Democratic Republic Lebanon Saint Lucia Liechtenstein Sri Lanka Liberia Lesotho Lithuania Luxembourg Latvia Libyan Arab Jamahiriya Morocco Monaco Moldova, Republic of Madagascar Marshall Islands Mali Mongolia Myanmar Macau Northern Mariana Islands Martinique

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MR MS MT MU MV MW MX MY MZ NA NC NE NF NG NI NL NO NP NR NT NU NZ OM PA PE PF PG PH PK PL PM PN PR PT PW PY QA RE RO RU RW SA SB SC SD SE SG SH SI

Mauritania Montserrat Malta Mauritius Maldives Malawi Mexico Malaysia Mozambique Namibia New Caledonia Niger Norfolk Island Nigeria Nicaragua Netherlands Norway Nepal Nauru Neutral Zone Niue New Zealand Oman Panama Peru French Polynesia Papua New Guinea Philippines Pakistan Poland St. Pierre & Miquelon Pitcairn Puerto Rico Portugal Palau Paraguay Qatar Reunion Romania Russian Federation Rwanda Saudi Arabia Solomon Islands Seychelles Sudan Sweden Singapore St. Helena Slovenia

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SJ SK SL SM SN SO SR ST *SU SV SY SZ TC TD TF TG TH TJ TK TM TN TO TP TR TT TV TW TZ UA UG UM US UY UZ VA VC VE VG VI VN VU WF WS *YD YE YT YU ZA ZM ZR ZW ZZ

Svalbard & Jan Mayen Islands Slovakia Sierra Leone San Marino Senegal Somalia Suriname Sao tome & Principe Union of Soviet Socialist Republics El Salvador Syrian Arab Republic Swaziland Turks & Caicos Islands Chad French Southern Territories Togo Thailand Tajikistan Tokelau Turkmenistan Tunisia Tonga East Timor Turkey Trinidad & Tobago Tuvalu Taiwan, Province of China Tanzania, United Republic of Ukraine Uganda United States Minor Outlying Islands United States of America Uruguay Uzbekistan Vatican City State (Holy See) St. Vincent & the Grenadines Venezuela British Virgin Islands United States Virgin Islands Viet Nam Vanuatu Wallis & Futuna Islands Samoa Democratic Yemen Yemen Mayotte Yugoslavia South Africa Zambia Zaire Zimbabwe Unknown or Unspecified Country

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Appendix B List of Languages and Their Codes NISO Z39.53 Language Codes Code ACE ACH ADA AFA AFH AFR AJM AKK ALB ALE ALG AMH ANG APA ARA ARC ARM ARN ARP ART ARW ASM ATH AVA AVE AWA AYM AZE BAD BAI BAK BAL BAM BAN BAQ BAS BAT BEJ BEL BEM BEN BER BHO BIK BIN BLA BRA BRE BUG BUL BUR

Description Achinese Acoli Adangme Afro-Asiatic (Other) Afrihili (Artificial language) Afrikaans Aljamia Akkadian Albanian Aleut Algonquian languages Amharic English, Old (ca. 450-1100) Apache languages Arabic Aramaic Armenian Araucanian Arapaho Artificial (Other) Arawak Assamese Athapascan languages Avaric Avestan Awadhi Aymara Azerbaijani Banda Bamileke languages Bashkir Baluchi Bambara Balinese Basque Basa Baltic (Other) Beja Byelorussian Bemba Bengali Berber languages Bhojpuri Bikol Bini Siksika Braj Breton Buginese Bulgarian Burmese

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CAD CAI CAM CAR CAT CAU CEB CHB CHE CHG CHI CHN CHO CHR CHU CHV CHY COP COR CPE CPF CPP CRE CRP CUS CZE DAK DAN DEL DIN DOI DRA DUA DUM DUT DYU EFI EGY EKA ELX ENG ENM ESK ESP EST ETH EWE EWO FAN FAR FAT FIJ FIN FIU FON FRE FRI FRM

Caddo Central American Indian (Other) Khmer Carib Catalan Caucasian (Other) Chamorro Chibcha Chechen Chagatai Chinese Chinook jargon Choctaw Cherokee Church Slavic Chuvash Cheyenne Coptic Cornish Creoles and Pidgins, English-based (Other) Creoles and Pidgins, French-based (Other) Creoles and Pidgins, Portuguese-based (Other) Cree Creoles and Pidgins (Other) Cushitic (Other) Czech Dakota Danish Delaware Dinka Dogri Dravidian (Other) Duala Dutch, Middle (ca. 1050-1350) Dutch Dyula Efik Egyptian Ekajuk Elamite English English, Middle (1100-1500) Eskimo Esperanto Estonian Ethiopic Ewe Ewondo Fang Faroese Fanti Fijian Finnish Finno-Ugrian (Other) Fon French Friesian French, Middle (ca. 1400-1600)

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FRO FUL GAA GAE GAG GAL GAY GEM GEO GER GIL GMH GOH GON GOT GRB GRC GRE GUA GUJ HAI HAU HAW HEB HER HIL HIM HIN HMO HUN HUP IBA IBO ICE IJO ILO INC IND INE INT

French, Old (ca. 842-1400) Fula G_ Gaelic (Scots) Gallegan Oromo Gayo Germanic (Other) Georgian German Gilbertese German, Middle High (ca. 1050-1500) German, Old High (ca. 750-1050) Gondi Gothic Grebo Greek, Ancient (to 1453) Greek, Modern (1453- ) Guarani Gujarati Haida Hausa Hawaiian Hebrew Herero Hiligaynon Himachali Hindi Hiri Motu Hungarian Hupa Iban Igbo Icelandic Ijo Iloko Indic (Other) Indonesian Indo-European (Other) Interlingua (International Auxiliary Language Association)

IRA IRI IRO KAC KAM KAN KAR KAS KAU KAW KAZ KHA KHI KHO KIK KIN KIR

Iranian (Other) Irish Kabyle Kachin Kamba Kannada Karen Kashmiri Kanuri Kawi Kazakh Khasi Khoisan (Other) Khotanese Kikuyu Kinyarwanda Kirghiz

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KOK KON KOR KPE KRO KRU KUA KUR KUS KUT LAD LAH LAM LAN LAO LAP LAT LAV LIN LIT LOL LOZ LUB LUG LUI LUN LUO MAC MAD MAG MAH MAI MAK MAL MAN MAO MAP MAR MAS MAX MAY MEN MIC MIN MIS MKH MLA MLT MNI MNO MOH MOL MON MOS MUL MUN MUS MWR

Konkani Kongo Korean Kpelle Kru Kurukh Kuanyama Kurdish Kusaie Kutenai Ladino Lahnd Lamba Langue d’oc (post-1500) Lao Lapp Latin Latvian Lingala Lithuanian Mongo Lozi Luba-Katanga Ganda Luiseno Lunda Luo (Kenya and Tanzania) Macedonian Madurese Magahi Marshall Maithili Makasar Malayalam Mandingo Maori Austronesian (Other) Marathi Masai Manx Malay Mende Micmac Minangkabau Miscellaneous (Other) Mon-Khmer (Other) Malagasy Maltese Manipuri Manobo languages Mohawk Moldavian Mongolian Mossi Multiple languages Munda (Other) Creek Marwari

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MYN NAH NAI NAV NDE NDO NEP NEW NIC NIU NOR NSO NUB NYA NYM NYN NYO NZI OJI ORI OSA OSS OTA OTO PAA PAG PAL PAM PAN PAP PAU PEO PER PLI POL PON POR PRA PRO PUS QUE RAJ RAR ROA ROH ROM RUM RUN RUS SAD SAG SAI SAL SAM SAN SAO SCC SCO

Mayan languages Aztec North American Indian (Other) Navajo Ndebele (Zimbabwe) Ndonga Nepali Newari Niger-Kordofanian (Other) Niuean Norwegian Northern Sotho Nubian languages Nyanja Nyamwezi Nyankole Nyoro Nzima Ojibwa Oriya Osage Ossetic Turkish, Ottoman Otomian languages Papuan-Australian (Other) Pangasinan Pahlavi Pampanga Panjabi Papiamento Palauan Old Persian (ca. 600-400 B.C.) Persian Pali Polish Ponape Portuguese Prakrit languages Provencal, Old (to 1500) Pushto Quechua Rajasthani Rarotongan Romance (Other) Raeto-Romance Romany Romanian Rundi Russian Sandawe Sango South American Indian (Other) Salishan languages Samaritan Aramaic Sanskrit Samoan Serbo-Croatian (Cyrillic) Scots

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SCR SEL SEM SHN SHO SID SIO SIT SLA SLO SLV SND SNH SOM SON SPA SRR SSO SUK SUN SUS SUX SWA SWZ SYR TAG TAH TAJ TAM TAR TEL TEM TER THA TIB TIG TIR TIV TLI TOG TON TRU TSI TSO TSW TUK TUM TUR TUT TWI UGA UIG UKR UMB UND URD UZB VAI

Serbo-Croatian (Roman) Selkup Semitic (Other) Shan Shona Sidamo Siouan languages Sino-Tibetan (Other) Slavic (Other) Slovak Slovenian Sindhi Sinhalese Somali Songhai Spanish Serer Sotho Sukuma Sundanese Susu Sumerian Swahili Swazi Syriac Tagalog Tahitian Tajik Tamil Tatar Telugu Timne Tereno Thai Tibetan Tigre Tigrinya Tivi Tlingit Tonga (Nyasa) Tonga (Tonga Islands) Truk Tsimshian Tsonga Tswana Turkmen Tumbuka Turkish Altaic (Other) Twi Ugaritic Uighur Ukrainian Umbundu Undetermined Urdu Uzbek Vai

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VEN VIE VOT WAK WAL WAR WAS WEL WEN WOL XHO YAO YAP YID YOR ZAP ZEN ZUL ZUN

Venda Vietnamese Votic Wakashan languages Walamo Waray Washo Welsh Sorbian languages Wolof Xhosa Yao Yap Yiddish Yoruba Zapotec Zenaga Zulu Zuni

ISO 639 Language Codes Code AA AB AF AM AR AS AY AZ BA BE BG BH BI BN BO BR CA CO EO ES ET EU FA FI FJ FO FR

Description Afar Abkhazian Afrikaans Amharic Arabic Assamese Aymara Azerbaijani Bashkir Byelorussian Bulgarian Bihari Bislama Bengali; Bangla Tibetan; Bodskad Breton Catalan English Esperanto Spanish Estonian Basque; Euskera Persian; Farsi Finnish; Suomi Fiji Faroese French

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FY GA GD GL GN GU HA HI HR HU HY IA IE IK IN IS IT IW JA JI JW KA KK KL KM KN KO KS KU KY LA LN LO LT LV MG MI MK ML MN MO MR MS MT MY NA NE NL NO OC OM OR PA PL PS PT QU RM

Frisian Irish; Gaeilge Scots Gaelic Galician Guarani Gujarati Hausa Hindi Croatian; Hrvatski Hungarian; Magyar Armenian; Hayeren Interlingua Interlingue Inupiak Indonesian; Bahasa Indonesia Icelandic; Islenzk Italian Hebrew; Iwrith Japanese; Nihongo Yiddish; Jiddisch Javanese; Bahasa Jawa Georgian; Kartuli Kazakh Greenlandic; Kalaallisut Cambodian; Khmer Kannada Korean; Choson-o Kashmiri Kurdish; Zimany Kurdy Kirghiz; Kyrgyz Latin Lingala Laothian; Pha Xa Lao Lithuanian Latvian, Lettish Malagasy Maori Macedonian Malayalam Mongolian Moldavian Marathi Malay; Bahasa Malaysia Maltese Burmese; Myanmasa Nauru Nepali Dutch; Nederlands Norwegian Occitan (Afan) Oromo Oriya Punjabi; Panjabi Polish Pashto, Pushto Portuguese Quechua Rhaeto-Romance

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RN RO RU RW SA SD SG SH SI SK SL SM SN SO SQ SR SS ST SU SV SW TA TE TG TH TI TK TL TN TO TR TS TT TW UK UR UZ VI VO WO XH YO ZH ZU

Kirundi Romanian Russian Kinyarwanda Sanskrit Sindhi Sangho Serbo-Croatian Singhalese Slovak Slovenian Samoan Shona Somali Albanian; Shqip Serbian; Srpski Siswati Sesotho Sundanese Swedish; Svenska Swahili Tamil Telugu Tajik Thai Tigrinya Turkmen Tagalog Setswana Tonga Turkish Tsonga Tatar Twi Ukrainian Urdu Uzbek Vietnamese Volapük Wolof Xhosa Yoruba Chinese; Zhongwen Zulu

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Appendix C List of Subtests and Their Codes This list identifies codes for subtests of the specific tests listed as possibilities in TST01. The first three digits of the codes below correspond to the test code. The subtest code is the 5-digit code appearing after the hyphen. For example, the code for Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) is 809. The subtest codes for TOEFL are 00001 (Listening Comprehension); 00002 (Structure and Written Expression); 00003 (Reading Comprehension/Vocabulary); 00004 (Total).

Code 00000 801-00001 801-00002 801-00003 801-00004 801-00005 801-00006 801-00007 801-00008 801-00009 801-00010 801-00011 802-00001 802-00002 802-00003 802-00004 802-00005 802-00006 802-00007 802-00008 802-00009 802-00011 803-00001 803-00002 803-00003 803-00004 803-00005 803-00006 803-00010 804-00001 804-00002 804-00003 805-00001 805-00002 805-00003 805-00004 805-00005 805-00006 805-00007 805-00008 805-00009

Description Total Score English English: Usage/Mechanics English: Rhetorical Skills Mathematics Mathematics: Preliminary and Elementary Algebra Mathematics: Intermediate Algebra and Geometry Mathematics: Plane Geometry and Trigonometry Reading Reading: Social Studies and Science Reading: Arts and Literature Composite English English: Usage and Mechanics English: Rhetorical Skills Mathematics Mathematics: Preliminary Algebra and Algebra Mathematics: Geometry Reading Reading: Social Studies and Science Reading: Arts and Literature Composite Verbal Reading Comprehension Vocabulary Mathematical Total Test of Standard Written English (TSWE) Science Reasoning Verbal Mathematical Total English Composition Literature American History and Social Studies European History and World Cultures Mathematics I Mathematics II Biology Chemistry Physics

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805-00010 805-00011 805-00012 805-00013 805-00014 805-00015 805-00016 805-00017 805-00018 805-00019 805-00020 805-00021 805-00022 805-00023 805-00024 805-00025 805-00026 809-00001 809-00002 809-00003 809-00004 809-00005 809-00006 809-00007 809-00008 809-00009 811-00001 811-00002 812-00001 812-00002 812-00003 812-00004 814-00001 814-00002 814-00003 814-00004 814-00005 814-00006 821-00001 821-00002 821-00003 822-00001 822-00002 822-00003 822-00004 822-00005 822-00006 822-00007 822-00008 822-00009 822-00010 822-00011 822-00012 822-00013 822-00014 822-00015 822-00016 828-00004

French German Hebrew Latin Spanish World History French with Listening Japanese with Listening German with Listening Spanish with Listening Chinese with Listening English Composition with Essay Italian Mathematics Level IC Mathematics Level IIC Modern Hebrew Writing Paper-Based Listening Comprehension Paper-Based Structure and Written Expression Paper-Based Reading Comprehension Paper-Based Total Computer-Based Listening Computer-Based Structure/Written Expression Computer-Based Reading Computer-Based Total Computer-Based Essay Rating Verbal Quantitative Reading Comprehension Analytical Reasoning Logical Reasoning Variable Biology Chemistry Physics Science Reading Quantitative Verbal Quantitative Analytical Biochemistry, Cell and Molecular Biology (B22) Biology (B24) Chemistry (C27) Computer Science (C29) Economics (E31) Education (E34) Engineering (E37) Geology (G47) History (H57) Literature in English (L64) Mathematics (M67) Revised Music (M72) Physics (P77) Political Science (P79) Psychology (P81) Sociology (S87) TSE

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829-00004 831-00001 831-00002 831-00003 831-00004 831-00005 831-00006 831-00007 831-00008 831-00009 831-00010 831-00011 831-00012 831-00013 831-00014 831-00015 831-00016 831-00017 831-00018 831-00019 831-00020 831-00021 831-00022 831-00023 831-00024 831-00025 831-00026 831-00027 831-00028 831-00029 831-00030

TWE U.S. History (7) Art History (13) Art - Drawing (14) Art - General (15) Biology (20) Chemistry Comp Sci - A (31) Comp Sci - B (33) Economics - Micro (34) Economics - Macro (35) English Language/Comp (36) English Literature/Comp (37) European History (43) French Language (48) French Literature (51) German Language (55) Govt & Pol - US (57) Govt & Pol - Comp (58) Latin - Vergil (60) Latin - Cat Hor (61) Calculus AB (66) Calculus BC (68) Music List & Lit (73) Music Theory (75) Physics (78) Physics C - Mech (80) Physics - E & M (82) Psychology (85) Spanish Language (87) Spanish Literature (89)

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Appendix D List of Graduate Study Departments and Their Codes as provided by Educational Testing Service. CODE 00 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45

DEPARTMENT UNDERGRADUATE EDUCATIONAL ADMINISTRATION GRADUATE SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT (BUSINESS) GRADUATE SCHOOL OF LAW LINGUISTICS AUDIOLOGY GENETICS MICROBIOLOGY PSYCHOLOGY,OTHER PSYCHOLOGY,EDUCATIONAL OTHER FOREIGN LANGUAGES ARCHAEOLOGY ARCHITECTURE CLASSICAL LANGUAGES ENGLISH FINE ARTS, ART, DESIGN FRENCH GERMAN JOURNALISM MUSIC PHILOSOPHY RELIGION/RELIGIOUS STUDIES RUSSIAN/SLAVIC STUDIES SPANISH SPEECH HOSPITAL/HEALTH SERVICES ADMINISTRATION ART HISTORY AMERICAN STUDIES COMPARATIVE LITERATURE FAR EASTERN LANGUAGES AND LITERATURE OTHER BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES AGRICULTURE ANATOMY BACTERIOLOGY BIOCHEMISTRY BIOLOGY BIOPHYSICS BOTANY DENTISTRY ENTOMOLOGY FORESTRY HOME ECONOMICS MEDICINE NURSING OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY BIOMEDICAL SCIENCES

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46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99

ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE PHARMACY PHYSICAL THERAPY PHYSIOLOGY PUBLIC HEALTH VETERINARY MEDICINE ZOOLOGY DRAMATIC ARTS APPLIED MATHEMATICS SPEECH-LANGUAGE PATHOLOGY PATHOLOGY NEAR EASTERN LANGUAGES AND LITERATURE PSYCHOLOGY, EXPERIMENTAL/DEVELOPMENTAL STATISTICS OTHER PHYSICAL SCIENCES ASTRONOMY CHEMISTRY ENGINEERING,AERONAUTICAL ENGINEERING,CHEMICAL ENGINEERING,CIVIL ENGINEERING,ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING,INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING,MECHANICAL ENGINEERING,OTHER GEOGRAPHY GEOLOGY MATHEMATICS METALLURGY MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BIOLOGY OCEANOGRAPHY PHYSICS NUTRITION COMPUTER SCIENCES PSYCHOLOGY, SOCIAL OTHER SOCIAL SCIENCES ANTHROPOLOGY BUSINESS AND COMMERCE COMMUNICATIONS ECONOMICS EDUCATION(INCLUDING M.A. IN TEACHING) HISTORY INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS AND PERSONNEL INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS GOVERNMENT LIBRARY SCIENCE PHYSICAL EDUCATION POLITICAL SCIENCE PSYCHOLOGY, CLINICAL PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION SOCIAL WORK SOCIOLOGY PLANNING (CITY, COMMUNITY, URBANREGIONAL) OTHER HUMANITIES NOT LISTED

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Appendix E Sample TOEFL Score Report Using TS 138 Format This sample report uses the character “~” for the field delimiter and “_” as the segment delimiter.

ST~138~123456_ This is a transaction set for the Educational Testing Results Request and Report with control number 123456. BGN~00~123499~19971017~142002~CT_ 00=original transmission of testing results report, reference number 123499, sent 10~17~97 at 2:20PM Central Time ERP~TT_ Educational Record Purpose TT=Testing Service Report REF~2I~3478809_ REF01=2I for tracking number, which is the TOEFL registration number. (This is field _3, displacement 7-22 on the TOEFL tape layout.) The test-taker’s P~B registration number is 3478809. N1~UE~TOEFL-ETS_ The testing service sender is ETS, for TOEFL. N1~AT~UT Austin~72~6882_ The postsecondary recipient is UT Austin, code 6882 in the ATP postsecondary code set (code 72). PER~UG~~~~~~00_ Administrative communications should be directed to the Undergraduate Admissions Office,department code 00(Undergrad). IN1~1~04~S2_ The test-taker is a person whose name of record will be included in the IN2 IN2~16~SYED JUNAD MOHD ALI_ The composite name, with last name listed first, is Syed Junad Mohd Ali (Note that the TOEFL tape limits name to 21 characters.)

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DMG~D8~19461105~M_ The test-taker’s birthdate is November 5, 1946 and his gender is male. IND~TR_ Turkey is the test-taker’s native country. LUI~LD~URD~~8_ Urdu is the test-taker’s native language. N3~2077 Nottingham Ave Apt 301_ Street Address of test-taker is 2077 Nottingham Ave., Apt. 301 N4~Saint Louis~MO~63111-4234~~CC~BRAZIL_ City, State, Zip of the test-taker is St. Louis, MO 63111-4234 RQS~RQ~T001~~~Want to attend college in the U.S._ The test-taker states as his reason for taking the test (Question T001) that he wishes to attend college in the U.S. RQS~RQ~E003~~~2_ The test-taker responds to a question about his plans to earn a degree (Question E003) that he does not plan to earn a degree. RQS~RQ~T002~~~1_ The test-taker responds to a question about the number of times he has taken this test (Question T002) that this is the first time. TST~809~CM~199708~C _ This is a report of the TOEFL Test, taken August of 1998, Computer-based test. SBT~00005_ Subtest Computer-based Listening Comprehension is being reported. SRE~1~62_ The scaled score of the subtest is 22. SBT~00002_ Subtest Computer-based Structure and Written Expression is being reported. SRE~1~57_ The scaled score of the subtest is 27.

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SBT~00003_ Subtest Computer-based Reading is being reported. SRE~1~57_ The scaled score of the subtest is 17. SBT~00008_ Subtest Essay Rating score is being reported. SRE~1~587_ The scaled TOEFL total score is 5.8. The decimal point is assumed not sent. SBT~00009_ Total Computer-based score is being reported. SRE~1~587_ The scaled TOEFL total score is 220. TST~828~CM~199708_ This is a report of the TSE, reported as a separate test. SBT~00004_ The total score is being reported. SRE~1~45_ The total scaled score is 30. N1~ZZ~1439_ Code ZZ indicates that the location in this segment is considered by the trading partners to be mutually defined as the testing location. 14390 is TOEFL's Computerbased testing location identifier. SE~30~123456_ This is the termination segment. 30 segments are being sent. The control number in SE02 in same as is ST02.

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Appendix F 98-99 TOEFL Tape Layout Mapped to TS138 FIELD

TS 138 REPRESENTATION

NUM 1 2 3

LOC 1-4 5-6 7-22

SIZE 4 2 16

4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19

23-52 53-82 83-112 113-142 143-162 163-172 173-183 184-193 194-201 202-202 203-203 204-204 205-212 213-217 218-218 219-219

30 30 30 30 20 10 11 10 8 1 1 1 8 5 1 1

20

220-221

2

C/B LISTENING or P/B SECTION I SCORE

SRE TST SBT SBT

after coded 809, 00005 for C/B or 00001 for P/B

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222-223

2

C/B STRUCTURE/WRITING OR P/B SECTION II SCORE

SRE TST SBT SBT SRE TST SBT SBT

after coded 00006 00002 after coded 00007 00003

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224-225

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NAME DI CODE DEPARTMENT CODE C/B APPOINTMENT NUMBER or P/B REGISTRATION NUMBER EXAMINEE NAME ADDRESS LINE 1 ADDRESS LINE 2 ADDRESS LINE 3 EXAMINEE COUNTRY EXAMINEE ZIP CODE NATIVE COUNTRY NATIVE LANGUAGE DATE OF BIRTH GENDER/SEX REASON FOR TAKING TOEFL DEGREE ADMINISTRATION DATE TEST CENTER TEST TYPE NON-STANDARD INDICATOR

C/B READING OR P/B SECTION III SCORE

2nd NI segment PER segment REF IN1 and IN2 N3 N3 N4 N4 N4 IND LUI DMG DMG RQS coded T001 RQS coded E003 TST N1 after SRE TST SBT

809, for C/B or for P/B 809, for C/B or for P/B

FIELD NUM LOC 23 226-227

TS 138 REPRESENTATION SIZE 2

NAME C/B ESSAY RATING or P/B CONVERTED TWE SCORE

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228-230

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TOTAL SCORE

25 26 27 28 29

231-234 235-235 236-236 237-237 238-239

4 1 1 1 2

INTERPRETIVE INFO YEAR NUMBER OF TIMES TAKEN NO RESP/OFF TOPIC TRUNCATED SCALE INDICATOR TSE SCORE

SRE after TST coded 809, SBT 00009 for C/B SRE after TST coded 828, SBT 00004 for P/B SRE after TST coded 809, SBT 00008 for C/B or SBT 00004 for P/B TST RQS coded T002 NOT USED TST Reported only if TSE is taken with TOEFL. SRE after TST coded 828, SBT coded 00004