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How are multiple scores interpreted?

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I took my GMAT today. Got a 650. Did well in verbal. Bogged down my Math but I am confident that I will be able to stretch my score to 700+ in two weeks time when I am supposed to take it again.

But I am paranoid about schools averaging GMAT scores. Say I get a 710, I hope the top 4 schools dont interpret it as 680 by averaging 650 and 710. As a international student, GPA is not something that they can look into. In fact we did not have a GPA system.

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New post 19 Apr 2004, 20:16
sk159 wrote:
I took my GMAT today. Got a 650. Did well in verbal. Bogged down my Math but I am confident that I will be able to stretch my score to 700+ in two weeks time when I am supposed to take it again.

But I am paranoid about schools averaging GMAT scores. Say I get a 710, I hope the top 4 schools dont interpret it as 680 by averaging 650 and 710. As a international student, GPA is not something that they can look into. In fact we did not have a GPA system.

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As noted in the previous thread, the top schools do not average GMAT scores. They take the highest one.
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That's good, cuz I am considering retaking the test as well.
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