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GMAT Reporting [#permalink] New post 13 Sep 2004, 16:30
I recently took the GMAT over again and didn't do as well on it as the first time (got a 680 the first time, 640 the 2nd time). But I gotta move on and start the app process. I sent out my first results to the schools i am applying to the first time, but on the second time around, I did not report the scores to any schools and do not plan to. My questions are:

1) Do the schools receive an "update" of my second GMAT attempt? Or do they just go on in ignorant bliss of my lesser performance the 2nd time?

2) I am beginning to fill out some apps and some schools ask how many times you have taken the GMAT and for the previous score. If i have already sent my scores out, and assuming the schools do not receive an update report, am I obligated to report my lower 2nd score anyway even if I do not plan on sending a second score report out?

Any advice would be appreciated! thanks!
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Re: GMAT Reporting [#permalink] New post 13 Sep 2004, 19:28
cs77 wrote:
I recently took the GMAT over again and didn't do as well on it as the first time (got a 680 the first time, 640 the 2nd time). But I gotta move on and start the app process. I sent out my first results to the schools i am applying to the first time, but on the second time around, I did not report the scores to any schools and do not plan to. My questions are:

1) Do the schools receive an "update" of my second GMAT attempt? Or do they just go on in ignorant bliss of my lesser performance the 2nd time?

2) I am beginning to fill out some apps and some schools ask how many times you have taken the GMAT and for the previous score. If i have already sent my scores out, and assuming the schools do not receive an update report, am I obligated to report my lower 2nd score anyway even if I do not plan on sending a second score report out?

Any advice would be appreciated! thanks!


hey cs77

long time:)

According to Linda, most schools consider the better of the two scores.
i think these questions are best answered by the experts, Linda or Game Plan

take care. wish you good luck

Praetorian
Re: GMAT Reporting   [#permalink] 13 Sep 2004, 19:28
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