Question on TOEFL score in college admissions

<p>I just got my TOEFL score online.
reading 30
listening 29
writing 28
speaking 28</p>

<p>composite: 115 /120</p>

<p>Do I have to retake it? now, I know it's a good score.
but say someone got 85 first time, then got 119, since colleges only see 1 TOEFL score report (the one you pick), will he look better in colleges than I will? Or once you reach a certain point it doesn't matter anymore?</p>

<p>it isn't really that important. As many people say, it's only a pass/fail test.</p>

<p>I didn't even send my toefl score to the colleges that recommended me to do it.</p>

<p>how was the result?</p>

<p>I got 260/300 :D yeah I know, a sucky score!</p>

<p>i mean, did colleges care?</p>

<p>Didn't send one for any of the colleges I applied to. Nobody even mentioned it, and I got accepted into 4 out of 5. As long as your english grades are good and your linguistic skills show through in your essay, don't worry about it.</p>

<p>oh.. no, I don't think so!</p>

<p>far more important is the SAT CR score</p>

<p>I scored a 99 out of 120 in the Toefl iBT test.</p>

<p>As I have read, many good schools have a score requirement of 100 or more.</p>

<p>What should I do? Send It or do it again?</p>

<p>Ask the colleges you plan to apply to how to proceed.</p>

<p>"i mean, did colleges care? "</p>

<p>They dont. I got a 293/300- without even a single practise or how to use the computer- and it did not help me at all in admissions. Zero- just focus on your SAT verbal, thats all they care about. The only difficult part about the TOEFL is staying awake</p>

<p>Gabriel05: I've seen many school requirement for top school, it seems that they require 90+.
Berkeley requires 85+, that it's not too high.
Yale requires 100.</p>