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rejecting or accepting your score?? [#permalink] New post 21 Dec 2002, 22:23
Its my understanding that at the very end of the 'real' GMAT, the computer asks you whether you want to keep or reject your score, and only once you accept it, do you see what you acutally got? It this true? thanks in advance.
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Re: rejecting or accepting your score?? [#permalink] New post 21 Dec 2002, 22:27
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BNL wrote:
Its my understanding that at the very end of the 'real' GMAT, the computer asks you whether you want to keep or reject your score, and only once you accept it, do you see what you acutally got? It this true? thanks in advance.


Yes, you do see what you got.
It is pretty interesting, actually. As you finish the test, the comptuer asks you if you want to accept/reject your scores and I lingered for a second there... just thinking cause I had no idea how I would score. Anyway, as I clicked ACCEPT, the computer asked me if I wanted to take a survey, and I, being scared, clicked YES. It was the most painful minutes of my life. I answered all the questisons as fast as I could to get to my score and finally I saw it. I was pretty surprised to get a high score. I have mentioned it already, but I had no idea what I would get. As you leave the Test Center, the administrator prints out a copy of your score for you. It is called the Unofficial score. It is jut a piece of white paper with your scores on it. it also has a stamp and the date of the test. The official is in 99.9% cases is the same and it comes 2 weeks later in mail.
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Re: rejecting or accepting your score?? [#permalink] New post 21 Dec 2002, 22:33
bb wrote:
BNL wrote:
Its my understanding that at the very end of the 'real' GMAT, the computer asks you whether you want to keep or reject your score, and only once you accept it, do you see what you acutally got? It this true? thanks in advance.


Yes, you do see what you got.
It is pretty interesting, actually. As you finish the test, the comptuer asks you if you want to accept/reject your scores and I lingered for a second there... just thinking cause I had no idea how I would score. Anyway, as I clicked ACCEPT, the computer asked me if I wanted to take a survey, and I, being scared, clicked YES. It was the most painful minutes of my life. I answered all the questisons as fast as I could to get to my score and finally I saw it. I was pretty surprised to get a high score. I have mentioned it already, but I had no idea what I would get. As you leave the Test Center, the administrator prints out a copy of your score for you. It is called the Unofficial score. It is jut a piece of white paper with your scores on it. it also has a stamp and the date of the test. The official is in 99.9% cases is the same and it comes 2 weeks later in mail.



Any idea what happens if you reject your score? I mean, will you still be able to see your score afterwards? I'm not exactly planning to reject mine,lol, just curious..
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No [#permalink] New post 21 Dec 2002, 22:36
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NOPE, you will not see your score if you reject it.

ON the TOEFL, if you are an internatioanl student, you will see your score and then the computer will ask you if you want to reject/accept it, but not with GMAT.

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