What TOEFL Score Do I Need?

Have you always dreamed of going to school in the United States? Texas, Northeastern or maybe even MIT? If you’re an international student applying to the U.S., you’ve probably asked yourself this question: what TOEFL score do I need to get into the university of my dreams?

Our friends at Magoosh TOEFL have some good news for you! They’ve just released a new infographic that shows what TOEFL scores you’ll need to get into some of the top graduate schools in the U.S. They’ve done some extensive research on the minimum scores required at top schools, as well as what other students at those schools score on average to come up with our results.

Having this knowledge now means you have a place to start and a goal to aim for when you decide to take the TOEFL test. Set a plan of action for yourself and take a big sigh of relief! Check out the infographic below to see what TOEFL score you need for your dream school and also make sure to see our ExamTime TOEFL Guide.


Some say that getting a score in the 100’s will guarantee you admission to any school but that’s not exactly true because it really depends on the school. You’ve heard the stories of people doing well on the TOEFL  but still being turned down. Stressed and confused? Don’t be, because now you know exactly what you need to make sure you get into the school of your choice.

When you’re studying for the TOEFL make sure to use ExamTime’s free online resources and tools. Our Mind Maps, Flashcards, Notes and Quizzes tools are all designed to help improve your understanding, retain content and make the most out of your study time. There are tons of TOEFL resources already made or you can create and personalize your own study tools. Sign-up for ExamTime today and get the TOEFL score you want!

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