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GMAT SCORE: status = taken, score NOT REPORTABLE: is it ok?

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I took the GMAT last week and when i log into mba.com to see my activity it says that i have taken the gmat but that my score is not reportable. I did get my unofficial score upon finishing the exam. I wrote to gmac and I am waiting for their reply. Anybody has had the same experience? What does getting such status mean?

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I took the GMAT last week and when i log into mba.com to see my activity it says that i have taken the gmat but that my score is not reportable. I did get my unofficial score upon finishing the exam. I wrote to gmac and I am waiting for their reply. Anybody has had the same experience? What does getting such status mean?

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Just means that you can't report your scores to schools yet - nothing is wrong with the score/test. How did you do by the way?

Usually takes 20 days (sometimes less) for the scores to be reportable (when AWA gets graded). Nothing unusual. I would not worry unless it is day 22.
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I took the GMAT last week and when i log into mba.com to see my activity it says that i have taken the gmat but that my score is not reportable. I did get my unofficial score upon finishing the exam. I wrote to gmac and I am waiting for their reply. Anybody has had the same experience? What does getting such status mean?

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Just means that you can't report your scores to schools yet - nothing is wrong with the score/test. How did you do by the way?

Usually takes 20 days (sometimes less) for the scores to be reportable (when AWA gets graded). Nothing unusual. I would not worry unless it is day 22.



Thanks, bb: that's relieving! Actually, my status appears now as "Taken - scores reportable", although I cannot access them probably because AWA was not been reviewed and scored yet.

I did well in the exam, getting an unofficial score of 710, 92% percentil (47Q, 40V). I found the math part very similar to GMATPREP both in types of exercises and in their difficulty. The verbal part seemed harder than the GMATPREP, specially sentence correction and a long management passage with many acronyms that involved going up and down in the lines to retrieve what each was refering to. Thus, the relatively low score in Verbal, unbalanced with Quant. Anyway, I won't retest. 710 is enough for major business schools and extra push for getting in should come from the rest of the application

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Thanks, bb: that's relieving! Actually, my status appears now as "Taken - scores reportable", although I cannot access them probably because AWA was not been reviewed and scored yet.

I did well in the exam, getting an unofficial score of 710, 92% percentil (47Q, 40V). I found the math part very similar to GMATPREP both in types of exercises and in their difficulty. The verbal part seemed harder than the GMATPREP, specially sentence correction and a long management passage with many acronyms that involved going up and down in the lines to retrieve what each was refering to. Thus, the relatively low score in Verbal, unbalanced with Quant. Anyway, I won't retest. 710 is enough for major business schools and extra push for getting in should come from the rest of the application



Congratulations!

710 is plenty - if you are targeting top 20, the gmat score is not the decision maker there. It is nice to have a 99th percentile, but with the amount of time it will take to get there (for anyone really), better to invest your efforts elsewhere - essays, recommendations, resume, activities, research school, etc.
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