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5 YR OLD GMAT [#permalink] New post 23 May 2004, 14:38
Do admissions look down a 5 year old GMAT score when applying. How does that factor in? Or does it not really matter.
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Re: 5 YR OLD GMAT [#permalink] New post 24 May 2004, 14:49
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Do admissions look down a 5 year old GMAT score when applying. How does that factor in? Or does it not really matter.

It definitely matters. As a matter of fact, I don't believe the schools will accept a five-year-old GMAT. That's their limit. As far as I know you need to take the exam again, but contact GMAC to be sure.

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ok [#permalink] New post 25 May 2004, 07:30
ok well they do accep ta gmat 5 yrs old thats their limit so if u got in the 700's and its 5 years old, are u in a bad position?
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ok well they do accep ta gmat 5 yrs old thats their limit so if u got in the 700's and its 5 years old, are u in a bad position?

If the score is valid and its in the 700's, it's a good score. You are not in a bad position.
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