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# Query regarding sending scores to school.

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07 Oct 2009, 08:56
Hi Guys,

I have a small question.

I have 2 GMAT attempts. First time I scored a "pathetic" score and second time a "more pathetic" score. Now when I want to send my scores to a school to which I haven't yet sent my scores, will GMAC sent both my "pathetic" and "more pathetic" scores ? OR do I have an option of selecting which score among the two to send.
This is important for me because IF I give my third attempt at GMAT and get a "good" score then its okay but if I get a "more more pathetic" score then my "pathetic" score will still create a bad impression since the school will know that I have been a loser with three grand attempts.
Please help me. I am the pinnacle of frustration.
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07 Oct 2009, 09:02
Unfortunately GMAC will send all your scores; you dont have much of a choice there. However most schools should be ok with 3-4 attempts and will only consider your best score.

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07 Oct 2009, 09:25
Thanks for your reply..

I would also like to hear from veterans who are studying in MBA schools and have at some point of time experienced such applicants with 3 attempts and making it to the school successfully..

PLEASE HELP ME OH GODS OF GMATCLUB !!!!!!!
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07 Oct 2009, 09:47
Just in case you want more info about score reports, see this post: gmat-score-guide-to-gmat-scores-score-reports-83890.html
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07 Oct 2009, 19:29
That is an amazing post..I wish I had read it earlier Nevertheless Thanks very much...
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