Minimum requirement for TOEFL


Hi all,

I am planing to enroll for LL.M. in next fall 2018. I tried to get 100+ for TOEFL score but I eventually got only 91. I need to apply for top 20 law schools. Do you have any idea that any one of top 20 law score can accept this TOEFL score? I have almost 10 years working experience in a law firm and got top rank LL.B. degree in my country. Does it help?

However, I plan to apply for all those top law school and keep registering for TOEFL test until I get more than 100. I have no idea if it is possible to update my score even after the deadline of application.

Thank you very much!! :)
Hi all,

I am planing to enroll for LL.M. in next fall 2018. I tried to get 100+ for TOEFL score but I eventually got only 91. I need to apply for top 20 law schools. Do you have any idea that any one of top 20 law score can accept this TOEFL score? I have almost 10 years working experience in a law firm and got top rank LL.B. degree in my country. Does it help?

However, I plan to apply for all those top law school and keep registering for TOEFL test until I get more than 100. I have no idea if it is possible to update my score even after the deadline of application.

Thank you very much!! :)
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Tommmm
The University of Southern California (ranked 19) is the only one that doesn't require a specific TOEFL score between the top 20. The acceptance depends on your whole background.
However, the University of Iowa (ranked 20) only requests 92, and I have heard that if you are near the minimum, you have chances to be accepted.
Of course, if you can get a better score, you can update it (usually, universities are going to take into account your best score).

Good luck!
The University of Southern California (ranked 19) is the only one that doesn't require a specific TOEFL score between the top 20. The acceptance depends on your whole background.
However, the University of Iowa (ranked 20) only requests 92, and I have heard that if you are near the minimum, you have chances to be accepted.
Of course, if you can get a better score, you can update it (usually, universities are going to take into account your best score).

Good luck!
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