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to report, or not to report... [#permalink] New post 12 Dec 2007, 22:32
Hello all.

I was wondering what happens if you report a score to a school on test day and you haven't created an application with that school yet, or even worse, if you are planning to apply for the next year.

Also, what if you decide to report the score and you don't get the score you want. Can you resubmit once you achieve the score you want? What do schools think of this...

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 [#permalink] New post 13 Dec 2007, 05:40
I'm pretty sure when you "report" your scores to a school, it doesn't mean they get an actual report. It means they have access to your scores. So when you DO apply, they can get your scores.
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 [#permalink] New post 13 Dec 2007, 20:11
Yes, they DO get a score report. The school starts a file for you if you haven't already sent in an application, and then if you send in an app, they put it all together.

If you don't get the score you want, retake and submit the new score. Either way, they'll see both scores when you apply and submit a score report, so it doesn't really matter.
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 [#permalink] New post 15 Dec 2007, 08:59
mochajava wrote:
Yes, they DO get a score report. The school starts a file for you if you haven't already sent in an application, and then if you send in an app, they put it all together.

If you don't get the score you want, retake and submit the new score. Either way, they'll see both scores when you apply and submit a score report, so it doesn't really matter.


is there a way to just send the high score to the school if you have taken the gmat twice
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 [#permalink] New post 15 Dec 2007, 10:39
ys2jax wrote:
mochajava wrote:
Yes, they DO get a score report. The school starts a file for you if you haven't already sent in an application, and then if you send in an app, they put it all together.

If you don't get the score you want, retake and submit the new score. Either way, they'll see both scores when you apply and submit a score report, so it doesn't really matter.


is there a way to just send the high score to the school if you have taken the gmat twice

Nope. They get all of your scores on the same official document. You don't get to pick and choose which one to send.
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