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Self Reported Information on the GMAT Score Report

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Self Reported Information on the GMAT Score Report

Post Sat Jan 05, 2008 8:24 am
I had no idea that the Undergrad GPA you report goes to Business Schools as part of the Official Score report. I have been out of college for four years now and didn't have an official transcript. So, I reported my GPA as 3.4 when in fact it is 3.34 Sad I received a batch of Transcripts a few days back. Had it been 3.35 I would be okay. What should I do? Should I contact GMAT Customer Service to alter it?

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Post Sun Jan 06, 2008 11:33 am
Thanks Jelt. I figured as much but, don't want to screw up now. Good Luck at Wharton!

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I wouldn't worry. Just report the right score to the schools when they ask for academic transcript.

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