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Submitting GMAT Scores [#permalink] New post 11 Oct 2004, 07:03
Hi, I'm planning to submit one of my applications on November 15, 2005 (Early Admissions Deadline). Starting MBA on 2006. (The application deadline for 2006 MBA is on february 15, 2006)

I'm taking the GMAT on January 24, 2005.

MBA Game Plan book states that: "Once you submit your exam scores, you usually won't have to send any additional GMAT information to the selected schools, other than maybe entering your scores into the schools' application forms."

The Application deadline for 2005 MBA (I'm applying for 2006) is on february 15, 2005 (almost a month after my test day).

My question is: Should I submit my GMAT Score to the university on the test day??? ( January 24, 2005)

Or should I wait after 2005 MBA's deadlines (again, I'm applying for 2006 MBA), and pay the extra fees for sending the GMAT Scores??.

I don't want them to think I'm applying for 2005 MBA.
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You should go ahead and submit your test scores on the test day to your target school(s). The school will not interpret your submission as a signal that you are necessarily applying for 2005. They'll wait until you send in your application, which has an indicator as to what you're applying for.

Some people take their GMAT years in advance of when they apply.
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 [#permalink] New post 11 Oct 2004, 10:21
truthringer, thanks for the answer.

I have a last question...Besides the GMAT Grades, do the business schools receive any information about the other BSchools you're applying????

Thanx a lot!!!!
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Some schools will explicitly ask you on your application what schools you are applying to. But other than that, no they will not receive information on the other schools to which you are applying.
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