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Veterinary Board Accepts TOEFL iBT® Scores

The Australasian Veterinary Boards Council (AVBC) now accepts TOEFL iBT® scores to meet the English language requirements for skills assessment and National Veterinary Examination application purposes. 

To meet the requirement, applicants must achieve the following minimum scores in each section:

  • Listening - 24
  • Reading - 24
  • Speaking - 23
  • Writing - 27

This standard must be achieved in the one sitting and its currency is two years.

More information about AVBC and its requirements can be found on the AVBC website.

AVBC is the latest in a growing list of professional bodies that recognise TOEFL iBT scores for initial registration, including:

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