Law Schools That Accept iBT TOEFL of 83


Hi, I am looking for Law School in the US for Fall Academic 2014 (LL.M. Program). My iBT score is only 83. I realize it's not a promising score to apply for a law school. By the way, I am a principal candidate for Fulbright Scholarship 2014. Not long from now, IIE will ask for my university preferences and they give us 4 choices.

I have interest in Commercial Arbitration and Dispute Resolution. So far, I have found 5 universities which tolerate IBT score to 79/80, which are Cornell (79/80), University of Minnesota (80), Ohio State University (80), University of Missouri-Columbia (61) and University of Maryland (80).

Do you have any recommendation for other (great) universities that provide big cost sharing, accept low iBT score with low tuition fee and living cost, therefore, the amount granted by Fulbright would be enough to cover all the expenses?

Thank you for your kind attention.
Hi, I am looking for Law School in the US for Fall Academic 2014 (LL.M. Program). My iBT score is only 83. I realize it's not a promising score to apply for a law school. By the way, I am a principal candidate for Fulbright Scholarship 2014. Not long from now, IIE will ask for my university preferences and they give us 4 choices.

I have interest in Commercial Arbitration and Dispute Resolution. So far, I have found 5 universities which tolerate IBT score to 79/80, which are Cornell (79/80), University of Minnesota (80), Ohio State University (80), University of Missouri-Columbia (61) and University of Maryland (80).

Do you have any recommendation for other (great) universities that provide big cost sharing, accept low iBT score with low tuition fee and living cost, therefore, the amount granted by Fulbright would be enough to cover all the expenses?

Thank you for your kind attention.
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bluecrown
Hi, I am looking for Law School in the US for Fall Academic 2014 (LL.M. Program). My iBT score is only 83. I realize it's not a promising score to apply for a law school. By the way, I am a principal candidate for Fulbright Scholarship 2014. Not long from now, IIE will ask for my university preferences and they give us 4 choices.

I have interest in Commercial Arbitration and Dispute Resolution. So far, I have found 5 universities which tolerate IBT score to 79/80, which are Cornell (79/80), University of Minnesota (80), Ohio State University (80), University of Missouri-Columbia (61) and University of Maryland (80).

Do you have any recommendation for other (great) universities that provide big cost sharing, accept low iBT score with low tuition fee and living cost, therefore, the amount granted by Fulbright would be enough to cover all the expenses?

Thank you for your kind attention.


Hi,

I am curious as to the basis of your figures of the schools that accept a low TOEFL score.. On a different note however, I would suggest that you either take it again or ask for a waiver. Most schools have 100 as a minimum score with a minimum of 25 for each subsection. Schools are generally fine if one of the subsections is a bit lower or if your overall score does not reach 100 (but close enough) - they let you take a free English course during the summer (July).
<blockquote>Hi, I am looking for Law School in the US for Fall Academic 2014 (LL.M. Program). My iBT score is only 83. I realize it's not a promising score to apply for a law school. By the way, I am a principal candidate for Fulbright Scholarship 2014. Not long from now, IIE will ask for my university preferences and they give us 4 choices.

I have interest in Commercial Arbitration and Dispute Resolution. So far, I have found 5 universities which tolerate IBT score to 79/80, which are Cornell (79/80), University of Minnesota (80), Ohio State University (80), University of Missouri-Columbia (61) and University of Maryland (80).

Do you have any recommendation for other (great) universities that provide big cost sharing, accept low iBT score with low tuition fee and living cost, therefore, the amount granted by Fulbright would be enough to cover all the expenses?

Thank you for your kind attention.</blockquote>

Hi,

I am curious as to the basis of your figures of the schools that accept a low TOEFL score.. On a different note however, I would suggest that you either take it again or ask for a waiver. Most schools have 100 as a minimum score with a minimum of 25 for each subsection. Schools are generally fine if one of the subsections is a bit lower or if your overall score does not reach 100 (but close enough) - they let you take a free English course during the summer (July).
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Hi, I am looking for Law School in the US for Fall Academic 2014 (LL.M. Program). My iBT score is only 83. I realize it's not a promising score to apply for a law school. By the way, I am a principal candidate for Fulbright Scholarship 2014. Not long from now, IIE will ask for my university preferences and they give us 4 choices.

I have interest in Commercial Arbitration and Dispute Resolution. So far, I have found 5 universities which tolerate IBT score to 79/80, which are Cornell (79/80), University of Minnesota (80), Ohio State University (80), University of Missouri-Columbia (61) and University of Maryland (80).

Do you have any recommendation for other (great) universities that provide big cost sharing, accept low iBT score with low tuition fee and living cost, therefore, the amount granted by Fulbright would be enough to cover all the expenses?

Thank you for your kind attention.


83 is a good score. Many universities require certain scores but they accept less than what they required. I know a student who got accepted at Minnesota with a 73 in IBT, although they required more than that. And I have heard a lot of situations like that.

Ohio State is a good school in dispute resolution, and the city is one of the cheapest cities in the U.S.A., but I have no idea about its tuition.
<blockquote>Hi, I am looking for Law School in the US for Fall Academic 2014 (LL.M. Program). My iBT score is only 83. I realize it's not a promising score to apply for a law school. By the way, I am a principal candidate for Fulbright Scholarship 2014. Not long from now, IIE will ask for my university preferences and they give us 4 choices.

I have interest in Commercial Arbitration and Dispute Resolution. So far, I have found 5 universities which tolerate IBT score to 79/80, which are Cornell (79/80), University of Minnesota (80), Ohio State University (80), University of Missouri-Columbia (61) and University of Maryland (80).

Do you have any recommendation for other (great) universities that provide big cost sharing, accept low iBT score with low tuition fee and living cost, therefore, the amount granted by Fulbright would be enough to cover all the expenses?

Thank you for your kind attention.</blockquote>

83 is a good score. Many universities require certain scores but they accept less than what they required. I know a student who got accepted at Minnesota with a 73 in IBT, although they required more than that. And I have heard a lot of situations like that.

Ohio State is a good school in dispute resolution, and the city is one of the cheapest cities in the U.S.A., but I have no idea about its tuition.
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R Steiner
Many schools will say the a minimum of 100 is "recommended," or words to that effect. Particularly as a Fulbright prospect, your score of 83 will not prevent you from being taken seriously as an applicant at many schools.

Ronald L. Steiner, Ph.D., J.D.
Director of Graduate Programs
Dale E. Fowler School of Law at Chapman University
Many schools will say the a minimum of 100 is "recommended," or words to that effect. Particularly as a Fulbright prospect, your score of 83 will not prevent you from being taken seriously as an applicant at many schools.

Ronald L. Steiner, Ph.D., J.D.
Director of Graduate Programs
Dale E. Fowler School of Law at Chapman University
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