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I have a GMAT of 710 (Q50, V36, IR4. AWA 5) in my 3rd attempt. In my first attempt I had got a 640 (3 years back) and got a 670 in my second attempt (cancelled this score).

Should I give another attempt and aim at a 740+? Technically, I have given only 2 attempts till now as I had cancelled one of the attempts. The confusion arises because some schools (such as ISB) ask for uploading the unofficial score report while submitting the application, and this unofficial score report mentions the cancelled attempts as well. So, if I give another attempt, these schools would know that I have given 4 attempts. Is 4 attempts ok? What if i end up getting below 710 in the 4th attempt and cancel the score? The unofficial score report is going to reflect that as well.
Also, are there any other schools which ask for unofficial score report, like ISB does?

Thanks a lot for your help :-) :-)
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New post 23 Jan 2018, 13:09
vinayakprakash1993 wrote:
I have a GMAT of 710 (Q50, V36, IR4. AWA 5) in my 3rd attempt. In my first attempt I had got a 640 (3 years back) and got a 670 in my second attempt (cancelled this score).
Hi-- I think may have posted this twice-- see my answer on the other thread post.
Should I give another attempt and aim at a 740+? Technically, I have given only 2 attempts till now as I had cancelled one of the attempts. The confusion arises because some schools (such as ISB) ask for uploading the unofficial score report while submitting the application, and this unofficial score report mentions the cancelled attempts as well. So, if I give another attempt, these schools would know that I have given 4 attempts. Is 4 attempts ok? What if i end up getting below 710 in the 4th attempt and cancel the score? The unofficial score report is going to reflect that as well.
Also, are there any other schools which ask for unofficial score report, like ISB does?

Thanks a lot for your help :-) :-)

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