blackcat007 wrote:I had requested ETS to send both my PGRE and GRE scores to all the schools..
Don't they report both the scores on the same sheet of paper??
i had been tracking the receipt of scores to all the schools.. and one of them showed under "the score received": only my GRE scores, so i thought their tracking system may have provision of only showing GRE scores.. I checked that school for "all scores received" in my excel checklist..
just a few moments ago.. i received a mail saying that they don't have my PGRE score .. they requested a copy of my score..so i made pdf of the MY GRE page and mailed them.
i still haven't heard from him.. will this copy serve the purpose?
to be honest when i received this mail from UFL, i to some extent jumped with joy..I thought may be an acceptance. but then this
johnpauljones wrote:A similar situation happened with me. Apparently, when I took the general test, I didn't provide my social security number, and when I took the subject test, I did. So, my scores were placed in two separate files and not sent together. I was able to fix it with a quick call to ETS when the guy there searched for my record and saw two files come up, then merged them into one and had a second round of reports mailed out with everything together.
This happened a couple months ago, so most of my schools still got the scores on time, but one didn't. The admissions director there just had me self-report my scores while in the mean time I called ETS to have them resent (which I guess they do, once, as a 'courtesy').
Hope that helps.
johnpauljones wrote:I also thought it was odd that only one of my schools didn't get the scores; I suspect that the school simply lost my score report from ETS among all the many, many score reports they receive every year (depending on the format they receive them in). That would make more sense than the alternative possibility, that for some reason ETS sent my scores to all of the schools on my list except one.
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