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How much is the decent score in TOEFL? TIA.
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Hi TOEFL score is based on skills like Reading , Listening, Speaking, and Writing, here are below good ideal average scores for each skill

Reading 26
Listening 26
Speaking 23.5
Writing 24.5
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There is no such thing as decent. It all gets down to how much your target universities ask for.
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Less than 80: This is generally not a good TOEFL iBT score. If you below on 80 on the TOEFL, it will be hard to get into an English language university, unless you go for conditional acceptance. However, some small public universities in the US will accept TOEFL scores below 80. And English degree programs in non-English speaking countries also sometimes may accept scores in this not-so-good range.

80-90: This score range is treated as moderately good. Once you get your TOEFL iBT score to 80 or higher, many more universities will accept you. Interestingly, in this moderate range, it’s easier to get accepted into grad schools. (Graduate programs require English ability, but are more interested in your research skills and academic expertise.)

90-100: TOEFL scores in this range are perfectly good. At this level, your TOEFL score is good enough for most universities. With these TOEFL scores, you also have a shot at getting a position as an RA, TA, or GA on campus.

100-110: These are very good TOEFL scores. Once you start scoring this high on a TOEFL iBT, you can be accepted into Ivy League schools and other top universities.

110-120: These are the best TOEFL scores by any standard. If you score this well, you should get in…. Unless you fail to meet section subscore requirements.

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