Schools that don't ask for TOEFL if your SAT V/CR is good

<p>Anyone got a list?</p>

<p>I remember Harvard not even asking for the TOEFL, and Brown waiving the requirement for 600+, but that's it.</p>

<p>Most colleges don't require it if your SAT CR is high enough, I found this out after having paid for the bleeding test.</p>

<p>Same here, Havaldaar.</p>

<p>JHU is another one that says if you get above..670? on CR you can be exempted TOEFL.</p>

<p>Mostly, though, I emailed the admissions office and told them my SAT scores and English medium learning at least throughout all of high school. Some of them were like "sorry, you got to submit the TOEFL" others exempted.</p>

<p>I haven't taken the stupid test for any school</p>

<p>if they gonna reject becos of it...
then that is really their lost</p>

<p>well As per what i found... a SAT CR of 600 + gets you waived from Toefl at most places ( even if not officially then unofficially ) ...</p>

<p>At Ivies but the score required would be a 650.. yet they say TOEFL is recomended...</p>

<p>If you feel that despite a relative low CR score ( atleast 600)... your application clearly demonstrates the language abilty , then you may choose not to giove toefl also... </p>

<p>TOEFL as in contrast to the popular conception is not required but recommended...</p>


<p>You may have problem with some of the public universities, unless they specifically say that you are exempted from TOEFL if you have a high enough SAT-cr. Michigan for one will not process your application if your TOEFL score is missing.</p>

<p>The costs of sending out the TOEFL are simply daft.</p>

<p>^I agree.</p>

<p>On the other hand, some colleges simply require your TOEFL score and nothing else.But in the case of brown-skinned people, you aren't going to get a visa if that's the case. :)</p>

<p>You can use a certified copy of your Toefl score report for almost any top 20 universities or top 50 liberal arts colleges.</p>

<p>Btw, I didn't send Toefl to any college I applied last year.</p>

<p>certified copy = ?</p>

<p>uhm....i think it means a copy signed by someone at your school.</p>

<p>really? i thought harvard requires TOEFL scores.. i think it said on the pamplet that "int' students MUST submit their TOEFL scores"</p>

<p>btw, williamzhang, tell me precisely how u get a certified copy</p>

<p>Williams and Harvard don't ask for it at all. Cornell and Amherst waive it if you exceed a cetain CR score, like 670 or something. Grinnell seems to grant exemption on a case-by-case basis (I had to write to them).</p>

<p>Certified copy is to get your student copy photocopied and signed by your counselor and sealed together with your transcripts. I emailed a great many colleges about this before the application and none of them denied accepting the certified copy.</p>

<p>Dartmouth also doesn't require TOEFL I think. Amherst in the past requires 700 on both verbal and writing for an exemption from TOEFL.</p>

<p>wait, so what colleges didn't deny a certified copy?</p>