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On the Kellogg online application system, it lists two GMAT scores for me. One is more than 5 years old, but was sent to them and verified. The other is my most recent attempt that I self reported, and which has a much better score. Will the Adcom still see both scores, or just the highest/most recent? I can't figure out how to delete the old score, but I'm surprised it even shows up since it is more than 5 years old. Is it worth calling Kellogg to figure it out?
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unlikelylongshot wrote:
On the Kellogg online application system, it lists two GMAT scores for me. One is more than 5 years old, but was sent to them and verified. The other is my most recent attempt that I self reported, and which has a much better score. Will the Adcom still see both scores, or just the highest/most recent? I can't figure out how to delete the old score, but I'm surprised it even shows up since it is more than 5 years old. Is it worth calling Kellogg to figure it out?


The system just verifies the score reports that you sent to Kellogg and then, automatically adds those to your profile. It is not required to call them because they would know what score to consider, but you may do so for your satisfaction.
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unlikelylongshot wrote:
On the Kellogg online application system, it lists two GMAT scores for me. One is more than 5 years old, but was sent to them and verified. The other is my most recent attempt that I self reported, and which has a much better score. Will the Adcom still see both scores, or just the highest/most recent? I can't figure out how to delete the old score, but I'm surprised it even shows up since it is more than 5 years old. Is it worth calling Kellogg to figure it out?


The system just verifies the score reports that you sent to Kellogg and then, automatically adds those to your profile. It is not required to call them because they would know what score to consider, but you may do so for your satisfaction.


I guess what I'm asking is can I call and have them delete the old score from the system? I'd much rather have them only consider one score.
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unlikelylongshot wrote:
jumsumtak wrote:
unlikelylongshot wrote:
On the Kellogg online application system, it lists two GMAT scores for me. One is more than 5 years old, but was sent to them and verified. The other is my most recent attempt that I self reported, and which has a much better score. Will the Adcom still see both scores, or just the highest/most recent? I can't figure out how to delete the old score, but I'm surprised it even shows up since it is more than 5 years old. Is it worth calling Kellogg to figure it out?


The system just verifies the score reports that you sent to Kellogg and then, automatically adds those to your profile. It is not required to call them because they would know what score to consider, but you may do so for your satisfaction.


I guess what I'm asking is can I call and have them delete the old score from the system? I'd much rather have them only consider one score.


They will NOT consider your old score and only consider your highest valid score. Solves the issue?
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@jumsumtak is right -- they will only consider the current score.

Don't stress about this -- calling to ask for the "old" score to be removed likely won't be successful and will draw needless attention to something you don't need to worry about. Hope that helps!

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New post 15 Oct 2013, 08:53
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@jumsumtak is right -- they will only consider the current score.

Don't stress about this -- calling to ask for the "old" score to be removed likely won't be successful and will draw needless attention to something you don't need to worry about. Hope that helps!

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Thanks! I was definitely just overly worried. I confirmed that when you print out the PDF to review your application, it only shows the most recent GMAT score. Good to go and submitting tonight!
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