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# GMAT Unofficial Score Card Vs Official Score Card

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### Does the Total Score of the GMAT Change between the Unofficial and Official Score Card?

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20 Jul 2018, 01:32
So Hi guys!

I've been following this forum for about a month now and I just took my first run at the GMAT. Scored a 760 (Q50 V42).

My question is very simple... will this total score change on the Official Score Card... this is barely a 99%ile and I'd hate to lose the score.

Would appreciate any and every help!

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20 Jul 2018, 03:28
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Hey ABBBCCCCC

Welcome to GMATClub.

Congrats on achieving the high score on the GMAT. I am quite certain that the score
won't change in the Official scorecard meaning you will retain your 99th percentile

Hope this clears your confusion.
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20 Jul 2018, 05:07
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ABBBCCCCC wrote:
So Hi guys!

I've been following this forum for about a month now and I just took my first run at the GMAT. Scored a 760 (Q50 V42).

My question is very simple... will this total score change on the Official Score Card... this is barely a 99%ile and I'd hate to lose the score.

Would appreciate any and every help!

Changes of the type you're worried about happen very, very rarely (if at all). Also, there is no reason to think that scores don't get revised upwards. So... You're not going to lose your 760. Congratulations on getting an excellent score
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23 Jul 2018, 15:07
Great job! Your official score should remain at 760, so you shouldn’t have anything to worry about.
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