Preview your GMAT score before deciding to report it to schools!
A recent announcment from GMAC, the owner of the GMAT exam, explains that now students will have an opporunity - at the end of the test - to see their unofficial Integrated Reasoning, Quantitative, Verbal and Total scores. Test-takers will then have two minutes to decide whether to accept those scores.
If a test-taker does not make a decision, the scores will be cancelled. However, cancelled scores can be reinstated within 60 days for a $100 fee.
You can read more about the specific changes here: http://www.mba.com/us/the-gmat-exam/gmat-exam-scoring/your-score-report/preview-your-gmat-score.aspx
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