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Apply before retaking the GMAT? [#permalink] New post 19 Nov 2009, 19:55
Hi,

I will retake GMAT in early January 2010 but most of the schools that I am applying to have deadlines by 5th Jan, 2010. So I am planning to submit my application with current GMAT score(620: Q 45, V 31) and report the new GMAT score to schools after I retake the test. Could anyone please clarify my doubt: Would the schools accept my new score after my application has been submitted and if they do, would my application be considered to be submitted in Round 1 or next round?

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Re: Apply before retaking the GMAT? [#permalink] New post 19 Nov 2009, 20:21
madie wrote:
Hi,

I will retake GMAT in early January 2010 but most of the schools that I am applying to have deadlines by 5th Jan, 2010. So I am planning to submit my application with current GMAT score(620: Q 45, V 31) and report the new GMAT score to schools after I retake the test. Could anyone please clarify my doubt: Would the schools accept my new score after my application has been submitted and if they do, would my application be considered to be submitted in Round 1 or next round?

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As far as I know some Schools do so but it would be a good idea if you talk to the schools you are applying to regarding this matter. They can give you a time line to submit your second test score. All the best.

P.S. - I did so, my application deadline was 15th Nov 2009. I am retaking GMAT in December.
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Re: Apply before retaking the GMAT? [#permalink] New post 19 Nov 2009, 21:23
i'm retaking in Jan. the due date for the one i'm applying to is Jan 19th. will take it by Jan 10. It takes a few days for the scores to reach the schools. should be okay i guess.

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Re: Apply before retaking the GMAT?   [#permalink] 19 Nov 2009, 21:23
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