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Originally posted by GoldDog69 on 04 Jan 2018, 18:22.
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New post 04 Jan 2018, 20:11
vam4pe wrote:
I currently have a 710 GMAT with a Q=50, V=36.
I'm schedule to retake the test next month and I was wondering what scores I should cancel.

My current thought process:
Keep my score only if:
I get a 730
or if I get a balanced combo like: 720 (Q=49, V=39)

I have time to retake it again if I don't hit my goal this time. Does this make sense?
Worst case, could I cancel and reinstate it later?



You cannot reinstate a cancelled score so don't do that. accept the score higher than 710

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from the gmat website:

Q:Is my score eligible to be reinstated?
A: Any valid GMAT exam taken on or after January 1, 2014 will be eligible for reinstatement. Going forward, cancelled scores can be reinstated up to 4 years and 11 months of the exam date. This time frame accounts for the 5 year life of a GMAT exam score, with a 1 month allowance for processing. Click here for more information.

Originally posted by GoldDog69 on 04 Jan 2018, 20:19.
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At least do your research before posting buddy:

Q:Is my score eligible to be reinstated?
A: Any valid GMAT exam taken on or after January 1, 2014 will be eligible for reinstatement. Going forward, cancelled scores can be reinstated up to 4 years and 11 months of the exam date. This time frame accounts for the 5 year life of a GMAT exam score, with a 1 month allowance for processing. Click here for more information.


Thanks for the information. Can you please tell me what happens if we cancel the score?

I mean does it reflect anywhere that this candidate had taken the exam and canceled his or her score?


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WRONG FORUM. Please respect the rules of logic.


GoldDog69 wrote:
I currently have a 710 GMAT with a Q=50, V=36.
I'm schedule to retake the test next month and I was wondering what scores I should cancel.

My current thought process:
Keep my score only if:
I get a 730
or if I get a balanced combo like: 720 (Q=49, V=39)

I have time to retake it again if I don't hit my goal this time. Does this make sense?
Worst case, could I cancel and reinstate it later?


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Exactly, with their current policy, you can take the exam, see your score, and cancel your score without anyone knowing.
Only limits are the 14 day minimum, 5 times a year limit, and the lifetime 8 time limit

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Originally posted by GoldDog69 on 04 Jan 2018, 20:59.
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Hi bb!
Would you mind helping show me how to change the forums?
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Hi bb!
Would you mind helping show me how to change the forums?


Already moved. Thank you for respecting the rules and cooperation.

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