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Hi. I have just started preparing for GMAT and not confident of giving the test before the round-1 deadline. Is it possible to re-apply during round-2 if I assume that I have attempted the GMAT before round-1 and expecting a better score in second attempt before round-2 ?
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I believe one can't reapply in the same application year (irrespective of the admission cycle you apply to). For example, if you are applying in round 1, then you need to send the score to a school by the deadline of sending the score to that school for that particular round (round 1). In case you plan to retake and you get a better score, you may need to notified the school to consider that new score BUT all of that need to happen before the deadline date of round 1. So, in short, I feel, what you are saying is not feasible. That's my 0.02$.

Admission/Forum Experts,
Please do correct in case my understanding is not right here. I am also learning :).
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rahulsehgal wrote:
I believe one can't reapply in the same application year (irrespective of the admission cycle you apply to). For example, if you are applying in round 1, then you need to send the score to a school by the deadline of sending the score to that school for that particular round (round 1). In case you plan to retake and you get a better score, you may need to notified the school to consider that new score BUT all of that need to happen before the deadline date of round 1. So, in short, I feel, what you are saying is not feasible. That's my 0.02$.

Admission/Forum Experts,
Please do correct in case my understanding is not right here. I am also learning :).


I went for IIM A info meet and there they clearly informed that one can apply in R1 as well as in R2 if u have something additional that may improve your chances
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Gautam12121991 wrote:
Hi. I have just started preparing for GMAT and not confident of giving the test before the round-1 deadline. Is it possible to re-apply during round-2 if I assume that I have attempted the GMAT before round-1 and expecting a better score in second attempt before round-2 ?


Which school are you looking? If it is in India ISB and all IIMs allow you to re apply in the same intake year. For abroad need to check the Schools, In Europe most of the schools have this option.
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