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GMATS [#permalink] New post 08 Nov 2004, 09:02
Hi Everyone,
I have a question. I am taking the GMATS next month so that I can still make Jan05 enrollment. I have sent my applications in. What happens if my gmat scores are not high enough to get me in? Do I withdraw my application and reapply when my gmat score is high enough? If so does that mean I have to the essay questions all over again? or can I submit the same essays?
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 [#permalink] New post 08 Nov 2004, 14:05
If you have already submitted your application, then I'm assuming you have also submitted your application payment. In which case I'm not sure that you could really "withdraw" your application. There wouldn't be much benefit in doing so anyway.

If you do decide to reapply next year, then you will most likely have to respond to the essay questions that are posed on that application.
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 [#permalink] New post 08 Nov 2004, 18:13
I agree with above, that there is little point in withdrawing the application. However, if you send a request in writing, the school should be willing to remove your file from consideration - they have little interest in processing a file for a student who does not wish to be reviewed.

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re [#permalink] New post 09 Nov 2004, 05:23
if the essay questions are the same, does it mean that i have to rewrite essays. And does it mean I have to go through the application process again with recommendations?
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Depends on the school -- many will request that you rewrite the entire app.
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