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Can any one tell me what will happen to the GMAT score which is submitted to the school and i do not apply in the same year but apply in the next year?
Will i have to submit the GMAT score to the same school again or not?

or just have to apply to the school???


need info very confused... :(

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Can any one tell me what will happen to the GMAT score which is submitted to the school and i do not apply in the same year but apply in the next year?
Will i have to submit the GMAT score to the same school again or not?

or just have to apply to the school???


need info very confused... :(

Depends on the school - some keep them for a year, others longer. Call to clarify.
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Can any one tell me what will happen to the GMAT score which is submitted to the school and i do not apply in the same year but apply in the next year?
Will i have to submit the GMAT score to the same school again or not?

or just have to apply to the school???


need info very confused... :(

Hi
I have infact confirmed this from the ad com's on various webinars, as i also had the same doubt.
The answer score remains with them for 5 years....but u need to apply to the same prog for which u had send the scores.

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Archit143 wrote:
Hi
I have infact confirmed this from the ad com's on various webinars, as i also had the same doubt.
The answer score remains with them for 5 years....but u need to apply to the same prog for which u had send the scores.

Consider Kudos if my post helps

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Thank you - very interesting!
For some reason I thought the scores had to be resubmitted (which is easy to do and spot on your application if it says that the score is missing), so ultimately this should not be a strong consideration in the final application strategy.
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Archit143 wrote:
Hi
I have infact confirmed this from the ad com's on various webinars, as i also had the same doubt.
The answer score remains with them for 5 years....but u need to apply to the same prog for which u had send the scores.

Consider Kudos if my post helps

Archit



Thank you - very interesting!
For some reason I thought the scores had to be resubmitted (which is easy to do and spot on your application if it says that the score is missing), so ultimately this should not be a strong consideration in the final application strategy.



But what is the sure shot way of knowing the same but at the same time not wasting any last minute delays...???

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bolero wrote:
bb wrote:
Archit143 wrote:
Hi
I have infact confirmed this from the ad com's on various webinars, as i also had the same doubt.
The answer score remains with them for 5 years....but u need to apply to the same prog for which u had send the scores.

Consider Kudos if my post helps

Archit



Thank you - very interesting!
For some reason I thought the scores had to be resubmitted (which is easy to do and spot on your application if it says that the score is missing), so ultimately this should not be a strong consideration in the final application strategy.



But what is the sure shot way of knowing the same but at the same time not wasting any last minute delays...???


You can submit your application and conform with the ad com of the receipt of your scores.......there is no point wastn money.

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Archit143 wrote:
Hi
I have infact confirmed this from the ad com's on various webinars, as i also had the same doubt.
The answer score remains with them for 5 years....but u need to apply to the same prog for which u had send the scores.

Consider Kudos if my post helps

Archit



Thank you - very interesting!
For some reason I thought the scores had to be resubmitted (which is easy to do and spot on your application if it says that the score is missing), so ultimately this should not be a strong consideration in the final application strategy.

Pressn kudos is the best way to acknowledge or to say thank you!!! forum rules hahahhahahahahha

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