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# Possible policy violation, should I be worried...

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16 Aug 2018, 13:05
I took my first gmat exam yesterday and didn't satisfy with the score (620), so I cancelled the score. As I walked out the test room and did the final checkout, the proctor realized a wrist band (fitbit) on my left hand and he told me that he had to report it, then he told me it shouldn't be any problem. Obviously, I didn't realize the possible consequence at that moment, so I left. Now as I reflect, I start to worry. Does it affect my future scores? If I get a "policy violation", will schools see it? Hope to hear your opinions.
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17 Aug 2018, 03:36
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IKYOI wrote:
I took my first gmat exam yesterday and didn't satisfy with the score (620), so I cancelled the score. As I walked out the test room and did the final checkout, the proctor realized a wrist band (fitbit) on my left hand and he told me that he had to report it, then he told me it shouldn't be any problem. Obviously, I didn't realize the possible consequence at that moment, so I left. Now as I reflect, I start to worry. Does it affect my future scores? If I get a "policy violation", will schools see it? Hope to hear your opinions.
If they decide to do something about it (and they are likely to), it will be reported as a violation. It will not be reported as a serious violation, so I wouldn't worry too much about it.
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