If I retake my GRE, will universities consider my latest scores or will they aggregate scores from all my attempts ?


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I took GRE recently and my score was not that great. I am planning to retake GRE . I am confused about how the score will be reported to universities . Will universities consider my latest scores or will they aggregate scores from all my attempts ?

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The GRE score is valid for five years; however most of the universities insist on a GRE score not more than 2-3 years old. This helps them assess the candidate on their present abilities. If you retake GRe the universities will consider your latest score and the previous ones will be discarded. So you should be careful while retaking the GRE.

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