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    108 High score?

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    I recently took the TOEFL and scored 108. Is it considered a high score? The official report said it was a high score, I want to know what percentile this falls in? Any comments welcome.

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    Congrats! my friend. That's a nice score.

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    Congratulation for this score!
    the percentile of 108 is 95.9, so yeah , it's a high score.

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    Wow! I wish I got the same score.... Congratulations!

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    If you find your score low,i can hold it for you Congratulations my friend,it is a really high score

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