but they report all scores.
According to MGMAT, the score report form includes the most recent five attempts. Hypothetically speaking, what if somebody were to take the test 20 times (god forbid, but what if
), would only the most recent five scores appear on the official report? In other words, is it theoretically possible to mask a "tainted" GMAT record by taking the test multiple times, and thereby pushing out the first couple attempts from the view of adcoms?? (We can take the test four times in any given year).
Consider "John Doe" as an example.
Attempt #1: 450
Attempt #2: 500
Attempt #3: 570
Attempt #4: 600
John Doe waits a few months for the calender year to change...
Attempt #5: 620
Attempt #6: 640
Attempt #7: 670
John Doe is satisfied with the 670 and decides to report that score to XYZ b-school.
Now the question is, will XYZ adcom see all seven attempts, or only his last five