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Colleges asking for Unofficial/student copy of GMAT score report

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Hi All,

I see that an increasing number of colleges (such as NTU, NUS, ISB) ask for the student copy of the GMAT score report too.
In the student copy, the cancelled scores are indicated using 'Ç'.

The whole point of GMAT changing the rules is to allow students more freedom to take the exams without the universities knowing the previous exams' status.

But since we are forced to submit the student copy (in spite of sending the official scores to the college), the whole change of rules has no bearing.

Anyone has a way to tackle this?

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New post 23 Oct 2017, 02:05
Hey bharu130 ,

Lol, there is no way to handle this. I understand that some of the schools really want to know about your cancelled scores as well but that is what they want and no one can argue on this.

I remember Columbia also asks you to submit Student's copy. Weird but no choice.

If I am really scared about this, I would prefer not to apply to such schools.

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Yes this is quite the annoying new policy some schools are employing but I will say the general calculus has remained consistent since before candidates were allowed to cancel scores. Schools focus number one on your highest overall score and secondarily the quant score in that highest overall score. They will no doubt take a look at the other cancelled scores but unless you've taken the GMAT an obscene number of times then I would not worry too much about this
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