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School Selection on Test Day Affected By Score Cancellation?

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Can someone explain to me how the school selection is affected if scores are cancelled and NOT re-instated? So if I go to the exam and cancel my score, will the 5 schools I select still receive a score report with all my FUTURE scores? The reason I ask is that I am scheduled to take the GMAT this weekend, but I am not yet ready to take the exam (I'm not yet scoring as high as I'd like on practice exams). My inclination is to not bother going unless I have the benefit of saving some money by keeping the 5 schools despite cancelling my score and NOT re-instating. In that case, then I will have identified a total of 10 schools when I take the exam at a later date without incurring additional fees. Is that how it works?
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Can someone explain to me how the school selection is affected if scores are cancelled and NOT re-instated? So if I go to the exam and cancel my score, will the 5 schools I select still receive a score report with all my FUTURE scores? The reason I ask is that I am scheduled to take the GMAT this weekend, but I am not yet ready to take the exam (I'm not yet scoring as high as I'd like on practice exams). My inclination is to not bother going unless I have the benefit of saving some money by keeping the 5 schools despite cancelling my score and NOT re-instating. In that case, then I will have identified a total of 10 schools when I take the exam at a later date without incurring additional fees. Is that how it works?
No. The GMAC does not make cancelled scores available to the schools chosen during a GMAT that was cancelled either on test day or during the cancellation window (72 hours). Moreover, the GMAC never sends any scores obtained in the future without authorization. For example, let's say you chose programs A, B, and C on your first attempt and chose C, D, and E on your second (C was chosen both times).

If neither attempt was cancelled:
1. C, D, and E will see both scores.
2. A and B will see only the first score.

If the first attempt was cancelled:
1. C, D, and E will see only the second score.
2. A and B will not see either score.

If the second attempt was cancelled:
1. A, B, and C will see only the first score.
2. D and E will not see either score.
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