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22 Nov 2007, 22:20
Hi All,

I wanted to know wht happens if one chooses to not report the GMAT score at the end of the test??...

Will the schools know of this attempt ?

Does it form part of your record?

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23 Nov 2007, 07:58
Yes they get your previous test scores when you do submit. So if you choose to retake it they will still see all your scores.

I suggest you send them to your schools because you get 5 schools as part of the fee...otherwise you have to pay I think its \$28 per school.

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24 Nov 2007, 11:01
If you cancel your score at the end of the test, in the future schools will see an attempt but will not see a score for this attempt (and neither will you).

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06 Dec 2007, 10:22
Hyperstorm wrote:
If you cancel your score at the end of the test, in the future schools will see an attempt but will not see a score for this attempt (and neither will you).

u think its better to cancel the score at the end rather than get a bad score...coz i wonder why this option exists...

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07 Dec 2007, 11:24
sheesh wrote:
Hyperstorm wrote:
If you cancel your score at the end of the test, in the future schools will see an attempt but will not see a score for this attempt (and neither will you).

u think its better to cancel the score at the end rather than get a bad score...coz i wonder why this option exists...

I would never cancel my score, even if I thought that I did badly because:

1) Too often your feeling of scoring low does not correspond to your actual score. In my second attempt, I thought I scrored very poorly in verbal because I didn't "feel" that the questions were hard enough. Guess what, I scored 47 in verbal.

2) Most schools look at your highest score and would not care if you scored poorly before. Your low score can be explained by a sickness, noise, techinical problems, etc - everything that would justify you cancelling the score.

3) You are left with a what-if feeling afterwards wondering if you actually scored very well and just waisted your time and \$250 for nothing

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