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GMAT scores are generally good for 5 years. But I would like a more specific idea. I took the GMAT on 11/19/02 so it should be good till 11/19/07. Does that mean the latest I can apply for is Fall 2008 (when classes begin)? Because I've been told otherwise so I'm confused. Thank you.

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New post 17 Oct 2005, 17:58
I would think that as long as apply while your scores hold, you should be fine.

Worth checking with the school if you're that concerned; I would suggest you get on it and not wait until 2008! :-D

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