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How do top schools evaluate test re-takes? [#permalink]
18 Oct 2004, 01:00
Took the GMAT today and scored lower than expected.
Looking to re-take for a better score, so I'll have a shot at one of the top 10 schools. Does anyone know how the tops schools look at multiple test scores? (i.e. average the scores, give more weight to the best score, etc.?)
I know that Stanford considers your most recent score (or whichever one you want them to consider). I personally think that re-taking the GMAT to improve your scores is a sign of commitment on your part. I'm sure the Adcom for the most part understand that it's difficult to study with a full-time work schedule, so I would just go ahead and take the test again, if I were you. Chin up, you'll do fabulously the next time round.