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Hi,

I'm surprised to read online that the GMAT can be self-reported when applying to b-school. Is that common?

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Yes, some schools do allow self-reported scores with applications. But upon acceptance, you are definitely required to send in actual reports through GMAC.

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Hi lazerguy82,

Yes, most business schools ask for your self-reported GMAT scores. If you are accepted, they will verify your scores with GMAC (makers of the GMAT). This is one one of the reasons why we recommend taking the GMAT twice, particularly if you aren't confident with your first score, as admissions teams are most concerned about your highest test score.

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