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score reporting [#permalink] New post 11 Mar 2007, 23:39
I know this is off-topic (I'm sorry :( ) but after you've taken the exam, do you have to report your score to a school?

Because I'm kind of in a situation where I'm preparing (and taking) GMAT early and I can't send my scores just yet.

I just want to take it, have my scores saved in my record, and send them later when I'm applying to schools.

I heard the scores are valid for 5 years.
So I won't report my score to any school, just keep them in my record by not canceling it, and send them later to schools at addtional costs.

Thanks in advance.

Btw, what do score reports that are sent to schools look like??? Do they look like SAT score reports that are mailed to u after you take the test?
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 [#permalink] New post 12 Mar 2007, 04:34
No, you don't have to choose any schools to report the scores to.

There should be a sample score report on the official site. Basically, it reports your identifying information and your total score, percentage, breakdown between quant and verbal (and percentages for those), and your AWA score and percentage. Same as what you'll see when you get the report. And of course, it shows the date you took the test.
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 [#permalink] New post 12 Mar 2007, 16:03
CrazyHorse wrote:
No, you don't have to choose any schools to report the scores to.

There should be a sample score report on the official site. Basically, it reports your identifying information and your total score, percentage, breakdown between quant and verbal (and percentages for those), and your AWA score and percentage. Same as what you'll see when you get the report. And of course, it shows the date you took the test.



Thank you CrazyHorse! :-D
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