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Took GMAT on Dec 23rd, still waiting for the official report [#permalink]
13 Jan 2006, 14:29
I took GMAT on Dec. 23rd 2005. However, I am still waiting for my offical score report.
I called 1-609-771-7330 and was told that my essay score was not available yet. Asked why it was taking so long, she said it might be because of the holiday, plus many people were taking GMAT one more time before the school deadline, plus vendor changing. It sounds to me that I am not the only one, am I?
Is anyone else in the similiar situation?
The deadline for the schools that I am applying is Dec. 31st and Jan 15th. This means they won't get the report on time. Is it gonna affect anything? They know my total score (730), do they care about essay score?
I took the test on Dec 23 and have yet to receive any official scores. I called ETS to have them send score reports to schools but they could not since I didnt receive my official scores. I asked why my unofficial report said I would receive my scores in two weeks. The rep replied stating that it takes 20 calendar days to receive your report.
For my case, my chosen schools received my GMAT score about 2 weeks after my test. I know this cos I checked mba.com in mid-Oct 2005 and it indicated that the scores were received. Also, one month after my actual test, I received a posted mail from one of the school to confirm receiving my GMAT score.
However, I only received my official scores in early Jan after countless emails and attempt to talk to the ETS people. According to them, they already posted out my official scores in Oct and suspected that it was lost in the mail. Hence they mailed a duplicate official score to me.
Hence if you don't receive your official score 1 month after your actual test, you better start to chase after them as they may take a long time to get back to you.