nathan12343 wrote:They will look at all of your test grades. However, if one of your grades is significantly better than the other ones, my guess is they would chalk up the bad grades to poor preparation or even just a bad day on the day of the test.
Although I agree with all written above, I am still skeptical if the admissions committee will condone it when sb sits the test 4, 5, ... times, even if the score increases from one attempt to the other. I think
that a large number of attempts -even if the final result is decent enough- may
result in mixed reactions within the admissions panel. Furthemore, I wonder what is the situation with "mixed results", for example -> good results in section A and bad in sections B and C in the 1st trial, bad results in section A and good results in sections B and C in the 2nd trial, good results in sections A and B but bad results in section C in the 3rd trial and so on ... . The same could happen with each subject-test-trial ... .