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Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL)

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For international student applications, the TOEFL exam must be taken with the score sent directly to Bethany Theological Seminary, School Code 1061.

To be considered for admission, applicants must achieve a minimum score of 81 on the iBT (internet-based test). Within that score, Bethany requires a minimum of 23 for the writing section and a minimum of 21 for the reading section.

If English is the primary language of instruction for your country, you may request to have the TOEFL requirement waived.

 

 

 


For further assistance, contact:
 

Tracy PrimozichTracy Primozich, Director of Admissions
     admissions@bethanyseminary.edu      (765)983-1832     or    (800)287-8822   x1832

 

 

Amy Gall RitchieAmy Gall Ritchie, Director of Student Development
     admissions@bethanyseminary.edu      (765)983-1806     or    (800)287-8822   x1806

 

 

 

Jennifer Jensen
(MDiv Connections)

JenniferWhen my husband, parents, and I arrived at Bethany Theological Seminary for my long-awaited visit, I was giddy, to say the least! My whole life led to that moment and that weekend. I could not believe my dream was coming true! From the moment we arrived, we were treated with the utmost respect and hospitality. Not only did the staff and faculty put together an amazing weekend for me, they welcomed my questions, comments, or concerns we had and did it with complete openness which shined through in every person we visited. Everyone had a genuine interest in me, my husband, and my life. I truly felt like each person wanted to help me be sure this is where I was meant to be. I had the opportunity to sit in several classes, which was an absolutely remarkable and enlightening opportunity that only affirmed how excited I am to sit in those classes myself. In addition, I had the opportunity to visit with current students and recent graduates, getting a true sense of how Bethany affects and changes a person's life.