Advantage Testing GMAT Q&A
How long do you have to cancel your GMAT scores?
Following each official in-person GMAT administration, you will have two minutes to preview your unofficial scores (Verbal, Quantitative, Integrated Reasoning, and Total scores) and decide whether to accept or cancel them. If two minutes pass before you make a selection, your score will be canceled. Due to these time constraints, we recommend that you have a target score in mind before you take an official in-person test.
If you decide to accept your scores at the test site, you can cancel them online within 72 hours for a $25 fee. For a fee, canceled scores from the prior four years and 11 months can be reinstated. If you have fast-approaching application deadlines, keep in mind that it can take up to 20 days for a score reinstatement to be processed.
Note that canceled test administrations will not be indicated in any way on score reports sent to schools. However, the online Score Report visible only to you indicates canceled tests with a “C” in place of the score. Canceled test sittings are counted toward the testing limits, including the lifetime limit of eight tests.
GMAT Online scores cannot be canceled.
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