Which TOEFL score to submit to LSAC?


Hi guys, hope all of you are doing well.


So I am planning to apply for UPenn, Stanford, and Berkeley next year. I understand that such universities require a minimum of 100 in the TOEFL (UPenn requiring 23 for each section while Stanford and Berkeley does not require specific subsection score). I have taken two TOEFL tests and the results are as follows:


Test 1:

R: 24

L: 27

S: 27

W: 27

TOTAL: 105


Test 2:

R: 25

L: 29

S: 24 (I bottled the Speaking section tbh)

W: 28

TOTAL: 106


Just by looking at the total scores, I personally would submit Test 2 to LSAC, but personally I am not happy with my Speaking score compared to my first test.


I am just curious on whether universities see these things in detail?


Can you guys please advise on which score to submit? It is not possible for me to retake a TOEFL in this matter.


Many thanks!

[Edited by Johan Werester on Jul 01, 2023]

Hi guys, hope all of you are doing well.<br><br>
So I am planning to apply for UPenn, Stanford, and Berkeley next year. I understand that such universities require a minimum of 100 in the TOEFL (UPenn requiring 23 for each section while Stanford and Berkeley does not require specific subsection score). I have taken two TOEFL tests and the results are as follows:<br><br>
Test 1:<br>
R: 24<br>
L: 27<br>
S: 27<br>
W: 27<br>
TOTAL: 105<br><br>
Test 2:<br>
R: 25<br>
L: 29<br>
S: 24 (I bottled the Speaking section tbh)<br>
W: 28<br>
TOTAL: 106<br><br>
Just by looking at the total scores, I personally would submit Test 2 to LSAC, but personally I am not happy with my Speaking score compared to my first test. <br><br>
I am just curious on whether universities see these things in detail?<br><br>
Can you guys please advise on which score to submit? It is not possible for me to retake a TOEFL in this matter.<br><br>
Many thanks!
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Submit both. Some schools accept Best Scores (highest of both) but this is about sufficiency, nothing else. Concentrate on the rest of your application.

Submit both. Some schools accept Best Scores (highest of both) but this is about sufficiency, nothing else. Concentrate on the rest of your application.
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