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"most univs that i have come across are asking for GMAT scores which are less than 2 years old. HTH."

i was under the impression there was a 5 year acceptance for scores. this would change my plans drastically if true.

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New post 27 Sep 2004, 10:29
Yeah, five years is the norm, as far as we know. I'd be surpised if a school only accepted scores less than two years old. I do know that some schools only accept TOEFL scores that are less than two years old, such as INSEAD and Wharton.

Of course, check with the individual school, but I think you're almost always safe with a GMAT score less than five years old.

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