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# When applying, should you say that you are retaking the GMAT

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18 Dec 2006, 19:12
or is it better to just send a higher score directly to the school? I'm only asking just in case I score much worse the second time.

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19 Dec 2006, 06:59
Depends upon your score and the school you are applying to. Probably better to wait and apply in a later round with a better score if you are out of the school's 80%ile ballpark.

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19 Dec 2006, 20:02
I'm in the 80% at all my choices. I just want to increase my chances at my top school, I got a 620 and the median is 670.

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# When applying, should you say that you are retaking the GMAT

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