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Sending new GMAT scores to a school I have sent "old" GMAT scores to

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New post 16 Sep 2017, 10:23
I had a question that might seem a little confusing - wondering if anyone here could help?

When I had applied to business school a year earlier, I had a lower (old) GMAT score. I sent these to a number of schools. Since I was not admitted, I decided to reapply this year, but, this time, I have a better (new) GMAT score. I am applying to 3 of the same schools on my list from last year.

I am wondering if I need to 'send' these new scores to these schools again (if I had not chosen them among the 5 at the test center when I got my new score)? Or, since I had 'sent' my older scores to them last year, they should be able to access my new scores as well?

Just checking if there is a way I could save ~$90-100 and not have it wasted?

Really appreciate your responses. Thank you!
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Hi WanderingExplorer ,

As far as I know, they have access to the score you sent the last and the scores of the exam you took before that score (if applicable).

For a new score, unfortunately, you need to send them new scores and use those precious dollars.

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Thanks! That helps :)
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