HELP! Missed TOEFL sub-score by 1 point


DMH

Hi,

I applied to an LLM in Stockholm University. I scored 93 in the TOEFL with a sub score of 19 in the writing section. The thing is that the university requires 20 in that section.

Does anyone know if that will be a problem in that specific university?

Thanks a lot

Hi,

I applied to an LLM in Stockholm University. I scored 93 in the TOEFL with a sub score of 19 in the writing section. The thing is that the university requires 20 in that section.

Does anyone know if that will be a problem in that specific university?

Thanks a lot
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petajocor

I advise you not to apply in this university and choose another one, or pass the test again. You won't be accepted since you don't have the necessary score, so don't waste time.

I advise you not to apply in this university and choose another one, or pass the test again. You won't be accepted since you don't have the necessary score, so don't waste time.
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Hi,

I applied to an LLM in Stockholm University. I scored 93 in the TOEFL with a sub score of 19 in the writing section. The thing is that the university requires 20 in that section.

Does anyone know if that will be a problem in that specific university?

Thanks a lot


One point may not necessarily be a problem. However, I would seriously consider whether you will be able to benefit from the program if your English is not very good.

[quote]Hi,

I applied to an LLM in Stockholm University. I scored 93 in the TOEFL with a sub score of 19 in the writing section. The thing is that the university requires 20 in that section.

Does anyone know if that will be a problem in that specific university?

Thanks a lot [/quote]<br><br>One point may not necessarily be a problem. However, I would seriously consider whether you will be able to benefit from the program if your English is not very good.
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