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Hi,

I'm aiming to submit majority of my applications for Round 2, which is early Jan 2009. I've already taken my GMAT and I'm going to report the score that I currently have (650)

If possible, I would like to try to retake the GMAT in late Jan/mid-Feb to aim for a higher score. Does anyone know if this is even possible? Would schools accept "updates" to GMAT score after the applicant has sumbitted their apps?

I'd appreciate any feedback. I was going to ask individual admissions office but I wanted to get a general feedback first.

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It's going to be school specific. If I remember correctly, schools will either ask you to self-report your scores, or they'll go online and obtain a GMAT score report. This is added to your file once you've submitted.

My feeling is that, if they've already reviewed your app with the first score, they aren't going to go to the trouble to review it again when you submit the second score. However, this will vary with each school.

However, if you're on a waitlist, then most schools will allow you to submit the new score.

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