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# TOEFL question

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02 May 2010, 13:56
Hi,

I just wanted to ask whether a 99 in the ibt TOEFL is enough to apply for a top 10 MBA program or I should repeat the exam.

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02 May 2010, 15:30
See here: toefl-score-requirements-for-most-popular-schools-80110.html
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03 May 2010, 00:22
bb wrote:

Yes, I know...

But the problem here is that most of my target schools do not have TOEFL requirements (Columbia, Kellogg...), but this can be very tricky...if they expect a greater score, although they say that they dont have any minimum score, my question is whether a 99 can be a red flag??

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06 May 2010, 16:14
noboru wrote:
bb wrote:

Yes, I know...

But the problem here is that most of my target schools do not have TOEFL requirements (Columbia, Kellogg...), but this can be very tricky...if they expect a greater score, although they say that they dont have any minimum score, my question is whether a 99 can be a red flag??

most of those who have a published requirement, indeed require a 100 but the difference with 99 is very small - I would not worry too much or inquire with the admissions staff to put this to rest. No standard means that they are open to those with less than 100 - that's good news, similar to how there is no GMAT requirement.
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Re: TOEFL question   [#permalink] 06 May 2010, 16:14

# TOEFL question

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