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Multiple Scores [#permalink] New post 02 Jun 2005, 14:12
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Hi everybody,

I have recently began to study for the gmat. I took the test once, a year ago, without studying (I was too arrogant) and didn't score enough for any of the Ivy- league universities.

My question is: To what extent, if at all, do business schools reffer to the score of PRIOR gmat tests which an applicant took in the past.

Any specific fatcs regarding any specific universities' policies with this matter will be most welcome.

:P

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Re: Multiple Scores [#permalink] New post 02 Jun 2005, 18:23
SHAISHEMESH wrote:
Hi everybody,

I have recently began to study for the gmat. I took the test once, a year ago, without studying (I was too arrogant) and didn't score enough for any of the Ivy- league universities.

My questions is: To what extent, if at all, do business schools reffer to the score of PRIOR gmat tests which an applicant took in the past.

Any specific fatcs regarding any specific universities' policies with this matter will be most welcome.

:P


I suggest you call the schools directly and ask. They should have that info.
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