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GMAT Score & MBA Fairs [#permalink] New post 08 Feb 2013, 15:42
Hello,

I took the GMAT a long time ago (almost 5 years ago). I did not prepare for it and hence scored very low. Given that I am currently very serious about MBA applications, I am preparing very well for the GMAT currently and I am aiming for a competitive score.

I also know that the MBA schools have access to the score for 5 years. The question is:

If I am attending an MBA Fair, and they are asking in the registration form for the most recent GMAT score, is it OK if I include the score even if it is very low or is it better if I do not include it? Will the attending universities be checking for this information?

Thanks again for the help.
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Re: GMAT Score & MBA Fairs [#permalink] New post 10 Feb 2013, 21:30
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Hello,

I took the GMAT a long time ago (almost 5 years ago). I did not prepare for it and hence scored very low. Given that I am currently very serious about MBA applications, I am preparing very well for the GMAT currently and I am aiming for a competitive score.

I also know that the MBA schools have access to the score for 5 years. The question is:

If I am attending an MBA Fair, and they are asking in the registration form for the most recent GMAT score, is it OK if I include the score even if it is very low or is it better if I do not include it? Will the attending universities be checking for this information?

Thanks again for the help.


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