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selecting schools to send scores [#permalink] New post 01 Feb 2008, 20:41
Is there anybody here who has selected not to send scores to schools? I'm thinking of not sending them the first time I take the test, and sending scores during my second attempt (if required).
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Re: selecting schools to send scores [#permalink] New post 01 Feb 2008, 22:38
Don't do that - save some money and submit scores to 5 schools the first time you take the test as well.
The schools don't care if you do really poor on your first attempt.

It's 28$ to send a score report to every school after you take the exam, and you have the opportunity to potentially save 140$ by naming 5 schools before the exam.
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Re: selecting schools to send scores [#permalink] New post 04 Feb 2008, 08:49
I agree with Solaris

At this point in my life I'm really only interested in applying to two different programs, but applications are 2-3 years off for me so I don't know what I'll be looking for then. If we have 5 free schools to send to, why not use them? I'm going to list 5 schools I think have some promise, even if I don't have any real interest in 3 of them yet :-D

Why would you hold off until your second attempt? Even if you don't send scores after your first attempt, when you eventually send your scores the schools will receive your entire GMAT history. You can't hide a GMAT score if that's what you're concerned with :-D
Re: selecting schools to send scores   [#permalink] 04 Feb 2008, 08:49
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