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Choosing 5 MBA programs in GMAT

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Choosing 5 MBA programs in GMAT

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I currently have no work experience and plan to apply for only HBS 2+2 and possibly Yale in a few months. I wanted to know if I could still send my GMAT scores to other programs for which i intend to apply after 2 years in case i do not get into HBS/Yale. Will they just keep the scores in their databases until I apply ?

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Normally schools keep scores for a period of 2 years I guess. I am not very sure but when you decide where to apply, that time you can send the score.

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They should have access to your scores till the time it expires i.e. 5 years. So don't worry.

In anycase you can always do that later - send your scores to any school of your choice for another 20 bucks - no point worrying about it now.

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