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22 Aug 2018, 23:51
Is it compulsory to select five colleges before starting with the GMAT exam. If yes, can the selections be changed once after getting the score?

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22 Aug 2018, 23:57
Urvashi26 wrote:
Is it compulsory to select five colleges before starting with the GMAT exam. If yes, can the selections be changed once after getting the score?

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The five colleges you selected will receive your score from GMAT with no additional cost. You can send your scores to additional colleges but GMAC charges for that.
Please check the official GMAC site and the GMAC's mba.com site as well.
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23 Aug 2018, 03:33
Urvashi26 wrote:
Is it compulsory to select five colleges before starting with the GMAT exam. If yes, can the selections be changed once after getting the score?
1. You can select 0-5 programs before you start your GMAT. Score reporting will be free for these programs (for this particular GMAT attempt).

2. You cannot change that selection afterwards.

3. If you want to make your score available to other programs, you'll have to purchase additional score reports separately from mba.com.
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26 Aug 2018, 09:38
Hi Urvashi26,

according to GMAC, at the beginning of your exam, you can select up to 5 schools to receive your score report. However, you are unable to change those schools after seeing your score. That being said, you can always send your score report to additional schools at a later date.

If you have any further questions, please reach out.
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