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Can Christmas/New Year holidays delay GMAT score report submission?

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Hi GC members,

I wish to apply in 2017-18 R2 of B-Schools and all of my shortlisted schools have a deadline in early January.
I have a score of 720 but I wish to retake and improve the score. I have my exam appointment on 21st December.

My concerns are:

1. Will I get the official score report by December end? Last time I received score in a week but I am concerned about the Christmas holidays around then.
2. Do schools accept an updated GMAT score withing 1 week of passing of application deadlines?

Any help here would be much appreciated.

Thanks.
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Hi klrahul ,

Here are the answers to your queries:

1. Will I get the official score report by December end? --> YES. You will have sufficient time to receive the final score and send it to the schools.

2. Do schools accept an updated GMAT score withing 1 week of passing of application deadlines? --> NO, it doesn't really matter. Even if you take your exam 2 days before the deadline, schools are fine with it. Schools just check the validity of the scores.

All the best. :)
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