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TOEFL/IELTS testing policy exemptions:
The TOEFL and/or IELTS requirement for international applicants is waived for students achieving a score of at least 670 on the Critical Reading section of the OLD SAT exam (or a NEW SAT Reading Test score of at least 35) OR for students who have studied for at least four years in the U.S. or other nations where English is an official language. You can request a TOEFL waiver. Please note that Cornell does NOT waive the TOEFL/IELTS test requirement for students who have attended an English-speaking school in a non-English speaking country.
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