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# If I write GMAT again..

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06 Oct 2007, 15:21
If I write GMAT again, will my first, second or the average of both the scores be considered for admission by B-schools in US.

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06 Oct 2007, 15:50
I think s typically your single highest score will be used by schools.

In some cases they'll combine your highest Q and highest V scores from separate tests, if applicable, to get a single score.
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06 Oct 2007, 19:51
rca215 wrote:
I think s typically your single highest score will be used by schools.

In some cases they'll combine your highest Q and highest V scores from separate tests, if applicable, to get a single score.

That would be awsome!!!
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06 Oct 2007, 21:00
GMATBLACKBELT wrote:
rca215 wrote:
I think s typically your single highest score will be used by schools.

In some cases they'll combine your highest Q and highest V scores from separate tests, if applicable, to get a single score.

That would be awsome!!!

dont get your hopes up. ive never seen a school claim to do that. at least not a top 15 school.
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06 Oct 2007, 21:17
dabots wrote:
GMATBLACKBELT wrote:
rca215 wrote:
I think s typically your single highest score will be used by schools.

In some cases they'll combine your highest Q and highest V scores from separate tests, if applicable, to get a single score.

That would be awsome!!!

dont get your hopes up. ive never seen a school claim to do that. at least not a top 15 school.

think you might be right.
i heard that yale does that, but i dont they are top 15
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07 Oct 2007, 19:34
I haven't heard of any schools that average. Pretty much all of them take your highest total score. Too bad they don't take your highest from each section!
07 Oct 2007, 19:34
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