A master's degree alone

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  • lablady

    Senior Member
    English - USA
    Based on the context, I would not think that even two master's degrees would qualify for the waiver.
    Agreed. The key to what qualifies for the waiver is found in this sentence from the context:
    Individuals who have completed a four-year bachelor's degree in a country where the official language is English are not required to submit TOEFL scores.
    And this one:
    Individuals from countries where English is spoken, though not the primary official language, or who attended a bachelor’s program where some but not all courses are provided in English must submit a valid TOEFL score.
    (Underlining added)

    If you don't have a four-year bachelor's degree from an English-speaking country, you don't qualify for the waiver. It doesn't matter how many other degrees you have. ;)
     

    LQZ

    Senior Member
    Mandarin
    If you don't have a four-year bachelor's degree from an English-speaking country, you don't qualify for the waiver. It doesn't matter how many other degrees you have. ;)
    Thank you, lablady, I've got it. :)
     
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