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Regarding GMAT Scores

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Considering that I take GMAT for more than once, will the lower score be a letdown to the institutes?
And can I resend the same score to the same institute, after getting rejected?
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Considering that I take GMAT for more than once, will the lower score be a letdown to the institutes?
And can I resend the same score to the same institute, after getting rejected?
It depends to a certain extent on the number of attempts. On something like 2-3 attempts, I don't think most schools will be too worried about anything other than the highest score.

That said, remember that you can cancel any score that you don't want your target programs to see.
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Considering that I take GMAT for more than once, will the lower score be a letdown to the institutes?
And can I resend the same score to the same institute, after getting rejected?


Not at all... If you think that then cancel your score, no one will have access to check the score.
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agreed with above posts, just cancel your score but remember that you can take the exam up to 8 times lifetime
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Hi gona,

As already stated, if you score below your score goal when you take the GMAT, you can cancel the score. After all, you can reinstate the score if you need to use it at a later date.

Are you just beginning your GMAT prep? What is your score goal?
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New post 26 May 2019, 13:59
Hi gona,

In general, Business Schools don't care if you retake the GMAT, but if your second Score is not better (in some way) than your first Score, then you might consider cancelling that second Score. Based on the question you're asking, have you taken the GMAT once or twice already? Before I can offer you any advice for your ongoing studies, it would help if you could provide a bit more information on how you've been studying and your goals:

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