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Using Score Select to your advantage

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New post 08 Feb 2018, 09:04
Today, I got a 660 (Q49, V31) and I accepted my score. So, if I cancel today's test within the 72 hours deadline, and retake as many GMATs as possible and cancel all of them. I would be able to send only my chosen score to schools by reinstating that score and no one would ever know that I even gave any other test. Does this scenario make sense? Are there any shortcomings to this apart from the money I would be spending on this?
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New post 08 Feb 2018, 14:10
Hello,

As long as you are aware of the retake policies that we offer, and that you will only be notified of your unofficial scores at the test center, if you accepted the scores at that time, you should be okay. One last thing, if you do reinstate your scores, they will be sent to your selected universities that you have chosen, on that day of your GMAT Exam. There is no way to alter or stop this process. Please reach out to us at customercare@mba.com if you have any more questions!


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Hi!

You can take the GMAT exam once every 16 calendar days and no more than five times in a rolling 12-month period and no more than eight times total.

The “C” that represents a candidate’s cancelled scores will not be shown on any future GMAT score reports generated by GMAC. This means that when a test taker cancels their score, only the test taker will know. This feature will be applied retroactively to all previously cancelled test scores, which will be removed from all future score reports that are sent to schools. However, score reports with cancelled scores have already been sent to schools, they can’t be modified.

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