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# Choosing schools to send GMAT scores?

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10 Sep 2011, 22:48
Hi,
I have a weird question, I am sure the answer can be found if I boil my brain over it (is it brain or brains...arrghhh SC has me questioning everything I say or hear)
anyways, My question is, Do I have to select schools at the time of the test to send scores? what happens if i leave it blank? can it be left blank?
as you can probably tell this will be my first attempt, (I am pretty sure I will take GMAT again) because I already know my score is not going to get me in a good school.
basically I am trying to see if anyone has done this before?
while I know there is no way to hide not so good GMAT score, I was wondering if i don't have to bother with the school selection at this point. (I am not planning to apply this year btw)
Thanks all.
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11 Sep 2011, 04:01
York101 wrote:
Hi,
I have a weird question, I am sure the answer can be found if I boil my brain over it (is it brain or brains...arrghhh SC has me questioning everything I say or hear)
anyways, My question is, Do I have to select schools at the time of the test to send scores? what happens if i leave it blank? can it be left blank?
as you can probably tell this will be my first attempt, (I am pretty sure I will take GMAT again) because I already know my score is not going to get me in a good school.
basically I am trying to see if anyone has done this before?
while I know there is no way to hide not so good GMAT score, I was wondering if i don't have to bother with the school selection at this point. (I am not planning to apply this year btw)
Thanks all.

You can absolutely skip this and not send your score anywhere.... however, keep in mind that if you decide to send your scores, the time it takes to request for the scors to be sent will be longer than if you sent them right away. I think it adds a few weeks to the process.

Sorry for being nosy, but I guess the question is - why are you taking at all if you feel your score is not going to be good enough? Would it be better to reschedule?
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Re: Choosing schools to send GMAT scores?   [#permalink] 11 Sep 2011, 04:01
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