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I realize some international students go to the US for their high school careers. No need to say that these applicants (in the case they apply to American universities) have probably greater aptitude to take the TOEFL than others who are in the same category (internationals; English as a second language) but have never lived in the US.
Is anything in this context taken into consideration while comparing international applicants?