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TOEFL - Whys and Wherefores What does TOEFL stand for? TOEFL stands for the Test of English as Foreign Language. The test is developed by the Education Testing Services (ETC) and is currently used ...
Want to study abroad? If you want to study in one of the top universities abroad, then you'll have to take the TOEFL exam. TOEFL is one exam which is conducted to evaluate the English skills of any aspirant. The exam is generally taken by those students whose native language is not English. The exam is a standardised exam and assesses the language skills of a student. There are almost 7500 universities and 165 colleges and institutes across the world that accept the TOEFL score. To get admission in good college your TOEFL score must range between 550 to 600+ on paper-based exam and 90 to 100+ in internet-based paper. Below is the list of top colleges that accept TOEFL score. Also check out the minimum TOEFL score that is accepted by these universities.
|College Name||iBT score (Internet Based)||PBT (Paper Based)|
|Harvard Business School||109||600|
|Stanford University||100||600 * Computer Based: 250|
|Oxford University||100 (*Recommended: 109+)||600 (* Recommended: 630)|
|University of Cambridge||100 (minimum score of 25 in each element)||600 * Computer Based: 250|
|MIT Institute||90 (* Recommended: 100+)||577 (* Recommended: 600+) * Computer Based: 233 (* Recommended: 250+)|
|University of Pennsylvania||80 (* Recommended: 100+)||550 (* Recommended: 600)|
|Johns Hopkins University||100||600|
|Montana State University||80-93||550-580|
|University of San Francisco||80||550|
|University of Virginia||90||600|