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If I am a no-show for the exam, does it still account as an attempt?

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If I am a no-show for the exam, does it still account as an attempt? [#permalink]

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I have a test scheduled for tomorrow, but don't think I am ready.

This will be my 3rd time taking it, but I don't want to "waste" an attempt- knowing I can only take it 5 times in 12 months.

So my question is: given it is too late to cancel my exam (within 24 hours), if I don't show up, does it still count as an attempt against my 5 attempts? OfficialGMAT

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New post 25 Aug 2017, 09:27
omizzle wrote:
I have a test scheduled for tomorrow, but don't think I am ready.

This will be my 3rd time taking it, but I don't want to "waste" an attempt- knowing I can only take it 5 times in 12 months.

So my question is: given it is too late to cancel my exam (within 24 hours), if I don't show up, does it still count as an attempt against my 5 attempts? OfficialGMAT

Thanks!


Hi omizzle ,

One of my friends confirmed the same yesterday from the customer care and they said that no show is not considered an attempt.

I hope that answers your question.

All the best :)
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Re: If I am a no-show for the exam, does it still account as an attempt?   [#permalink] 25 Aug 2017, 09:27
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