101 at the TOEFL iBT?


botolo86
Hello,

I just received my TOEFL iBT test scores and I got 101. 27 in reading, 28 in listening, 22 in speaking and 24 in writing.

I see that Columbia requests a minimum of 105. Given that I got 101 and that I got good results in all the sections of the test, except the speaking session, I was wondering if you think that I should re-take the test or not.

I believe I have a very strong curriculum. Do you think the TOEFL result will have my application rejected only for this reason???
Hello,

I just received my TOEFL iBT test scores and I got 101. 27 in reading, 28 in listening, 22 in speaking and 24 in writing.

I see that Columbia requests a minimum of 105. Given that I got 101 and that I got good results in all the sections of the test, except the speaking session, I was wondering if you think that I should re-take the test or not.

I believe I have a very strong curriculum. Do you think the TOEFL result will have my application rejected only for this reason???
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G.A.Law
I have the same score on iBT and I'm planning to apply for Columbia too. Though I took a paper test in november to see if I get a better result.

I think that you don't have time to retake the test... It's too late for that. You may confirm this information.
I have the same score on iBT and I'm planning to apply for Columbia too. Though I took a paper test in november to see if I get a better result.

I think that you don't have time to retake the test... It's too late for that. You may confirm this information.
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botolo86
Thank you for your kind reply.

I had a telephone conversation with the graduate admission office of Columbia. They suggest to re-take the test and they say I have time to file the new results.
Thank you for your kind reply.

I had a telephone conversation with the graduate admission office of Columbia. They suggest to re-take the test and they say I have time to file the new results.
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some of the schools insist upon not only the total scores but sub-scores also. some of them have provision for a "waiver" if the medium of instruction in candidate's first law degree was English.
some of the schools insist upon not only the total scores but sub-scores also. some of them have provision for a "waiver" if the medium of instruction in candidate's first law degree was English.
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