How do schools view multiple GMAT scores?

    Published: 06-16-2009
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    Jeff Glazer, co-founder of Griffon Preparation Services, explains how business schools consider multiple GMAT scores.

    Host: How do schools view multiple GMAT scores?

    Jeff Glazer: Most schools will take your highest GMAT score, so the good news there is if you didnt like your score the first time you can take it again without much penalty other than having to repay for the test. Granted schools do like to see one nice high score. So, if you can take it once, get the score you want and be done with it, thats generally going to better than multiple scores but if you have already taken it and you have just end up not liking the score you get, taking a second time generally speaking is not major detriment to your application process.