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I've got my undergrad degree in a English speaking country and worked there for a few years, but English is not my native language. According to the policies of the schools I am applying most probably TOEFL will be waived. I've already got a 113 IBT so just wondering if it will mean anything if I still choose to submit that score?

I heard from other sources that once your TOEFL is waived it's like a 120 IBT by default in the eyes of adcom. Not sure if that is true though..
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I've got my undergrad degree in a English speaking country and worked there for a few years, but English is not my native language. According to the policies of the schools I am applying most probably TOEFL will be waived. I've already got a 113 IBT so just wondering if it will mean anything if I still choose to submit that score?

I heard from other sources that once your TOEFL is waived it's like a 120 IBT by default in the eyes of adcom. Not sure if that is true though..


No need to submit TOEFL. It doesn't add value to your application.
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If you've already taken it, include it. It's a solid score. It doesn't do TOO much good, but it definitely doesn't hurt either! It's a really high score and who doesn't want to add that?

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