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Multiple GMAT Scores = Bad? Cancel and then reinstate?

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New post 23 Jul 2018, 19:06
Hello!

I was wondering if anyone with experience here could chime in - I just took the GMAT and scored a slightly disappointing score (not inadmissible, but 80-90th percentile). I was wondering if I was targeting a 750+ score and ended up achieving it, would having the previous sub-par score hurt?

I am thinking about cancelling the score and re-instating it if that is the score I end up using to apply, although this may bar me from score guarantee programs which I am also interested in trying. Any recommendations here?

Would love to hear thoughts here!
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New post 24 Jul 2018, 01:03
Hello landoro15

Don't cancel. Most schools consider the highest score and a past score does not affect your chances.

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landoro15 wrote:
Hello!

I was wondering if anyone with experience here could chime in - I just took the GMAT and scored a slightly disappointing score (not inadmissible, but 80-90th percentile). I was wondering if I was targeting a 750+ score and ended up achieving it, would having the previous sub-par score hurt?

I am thinking about cancelling the score and re-instating it if that is the score I end up using to apply, although this may bar me from score guarantee programs which I am also interested in trying. Any recommendations here?

Would love to hear thoughts here!

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