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GMAT - Do Schools See Previous Non-Reported Scores

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If I take the GMAT in November and don't have my scores sent to schools and then take the GMAT in December and have my scores sent to schools, will those schools see how I did on the earlier attempt?

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New post 14 Nov 2004, 19:28
If you receive a score, it will appear on the score report. Since so many schools use the highest score to evaluate you, this does not seem to be a major concern.


GMAC:

"The Score Report
Paper score reports include the three most recent test results achieved in the last five years"

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