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reporting your scores [#permalink] New post 21 Mar 2004, 07:39
i am new to this group and have a question regarding reporting your scores. how does the process work? if felt you did badly but you are not sure how and did not want your school to see your results, what are your options (if any)? can you send your results to a random school and if you did well resend via web at addl cost?
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Re: reporting your scores [#permalink] New post 21 Mar 2004, 08:01
mhatter49 wrote:
i am new to this group and have a question regarding reporting your scores. how does the process work? if felt you did badly but you are not sure how and did not want your school to see your results, what are your options (if any)? can you send your results to a random school and if you did well resend via web at addl cost?



you are required to select UPTO five schools BEFORE you begin the test.

I think it wont matter if you do well or dont do well. Because unless you plan to take the GMAT several times, your previous four scores are reported anyways. :)

i think the cost per additional score report is $28. you can verify that information on http://www.mba.com

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Re: reporting your scores   [#permalink] 21 Mar 2004, 08:01
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