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International students from non-English-speaking nations must submit Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) scores. (Minimal acceptable scores: Written Test 550, Computer-Based Test 213, Internet TOEFL 79)
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MISSTMuskingum UniversityGraduate & Continuing StudiesNew Concord, OH 43762
NOTE: While previous academic achievement suggests likelihood of success in graduate studies, Muskingum University recognizes that individual circumstances and experience may mitigate usual standards of achievement. Students who do not feel that the admissions criteria do not accurately measure their own capability, performance or commitment to professional success may submit additional or alternative evidence of their achievement and potential. Additional information will be evaluated by faculty to determine its applicability to the admissions process.
By submitting this application, I certify that the information provided on this application is complete and correct to the best of my knowledge. I understand that I am responsible for arranging for the forwarding of official transcripts from schools I have attended, and that such transcripts become the property of Muskingum University and will not be returned.
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