Schools will see all your scores on the report. You usually only report you highest score. Some schools ask for your highest score and your latest score if they are different. Others ask for your last two scores.
They will see it so save yourself the money and if you are confident just send it to them. After taking the gmatprep tests
you should have a good idea what you will score.
Thanks - that's what I thought, but I was hoping for a potential loophole. Took it last 4 years ago, but looking like another 20-30pts would help with the application increase the schools are seeing this year.
I'll take a gmatprep to gauge, I've been practicing on the manhattan gmat
ones thus far. Loads of fun jumping in the game late, between crunching for the gmat and essays...