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TOEFL online scores

cowalskicowalski Registered User Posts: 109 Junior Member
edited October 2012 in International Students
Hey! I'm gonna take iBT TOEFL soon and I'm worried if my colleges will get the scores before the deadlines (all deadlines are January 1st). I'm gonna take the test on November 16th from Poland. I know that I have to choose four recipients before the test and the rest after. Will they get there before the deadlines?

Hope my post isn't so confusing.

Cheers
Post edited by cowalski on

Replies to: TOEFL online scores

  • b@r!umb@r!um Registered User Posts: 10,173 Senior Member
    iBT scores are sent... 3 weeks after you take the test? You've got plenty of time! Even if your scores arrived a week after the deadline, it wouldn't be a big deal. Admissions offices will spent some time after the application deadline making sure that each application is complete and contacting applicants about missing documents.
  • cowalskicowalski Registered User Posts: 109 Junior Member
    You mean they are sent electronically? And does my location in the world affect the time it takes?
  • b@r!umb@r!um Registered User Posts: 10,173 Senior Member
    Universities have a choice how they want to receive scores, but most of them have opted to receive scores electronically. And no, reporting times do not depend on where in the world you take the exam.
  • cowalskicowalski Registered User Posts: 109 Junior Member
    Thank you so much! You've clarified a lot to me :)
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