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Scorereport & 20 day time frame

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Scorereport & 20 day time frame

Post Mon Sep 17, 2012 10:48 am
Hello,

According to the GMAT official information, it takes 20 days until the score reports are sent to the Universities.
Does this mean it takes exactly 20 days or within 20 days, meaning the scores may arrive earlier than 20 days?
Is there any way to expedite this score report for an additional fee?

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Post Mon Sep 17, 2012 12:01 pm
I am sure you are worried about this so that you can meet an application deadline. You will most likely be able to submit unofficial scores on your application as long as you have your official scores sent when you get them. Where are you applying?

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Post Wed Sep 19, 2012 6:32 am
The 20 days timeframe is an "up to 20 days" estimate. However, at this time we are expecting it to take the full 20 days to complete the official score reports. There is no way to expedite that process. As always, we recommend you plan to take your exam at least 21 days in advance to meet your application deadlines. Also note that you can only take the exam once every 31 days, so if you think you may want to take it again, you will need to factor that into your timeline. Good luck.

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