In this study, newly proposed combined consecutive qMT acquisition scheme was compared with individual MT scan method. Proposed method provides a similar but slightly improved qMT map with slightly higher MT saturation in a clinically feasible scan time. The effect of varying NEX on signal variation of F-map was also investigated. These results suggest that NEX with 2 or 3 is appropriate for the patient scan when considering acquisition time. The EP-vfMT F-map shows high reproducibility (averaged voxel-wise correlation was 0.94 ± 0.03, n=5). These features make the proposed method appealing for clinical neuroimaging applications.