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My first attempt at Toefl, I scored 108, met the requirements for Columbia.


I'm my second attempt I somehow scored 91. Now both my scores have been sent to Columbia.


Will the low score on my second attempt be a problem?
My first attempt at Toefl, I scored 108, met the requirements for Columbia.


I'm my second attempt I somehow scored 91. Now both my scores have been sent to Columbia.


Will the low score on my second attempt be a problem?
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My first attempt at Toefl, I scored 108, met the requirements for Columbia.


I'm my second attempt I somehow scored 91. Now both my scores have been sent to Columbia.


Will the low score on my second attempt be a problem?


They review the whole package of documents. As long as they are taken within the range of 2 years, they are both considered. And if there is not much difference in the application dates, they will consider the second one. TOEFL is not decisive moment for application to a program, it is only required to confirm that you will not have problem with language while studying.

Don't worry that much! As long as your profile is strong, you're ok.
[quote]My first attempt at Toefl, I scored 108, met the requirements for Columbia.


I'm my second attempt I somehow scored 91. Now both my scores have been sent to Columbia.


Will the low score on my second attempt be a problem?[/quote]

They review the whole package of documents. As long as they are taken within the range of 2 years, they are both considered. And if there is not much difference in the application dates, they will consider the second one. TOEFL is not decisive moment for application to a program, it is only required to confirm that you will not have problem with language while studying.

Don't worry that much! As long as your profile is strong, you're ok.
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