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Hi there,

I was hoping that someone could help answer this one on Stanford and retaking GRE exam.

I know that you are required to submit your Stanford application through CASPA by September 1st, but does that mean you have to submit your GRE scores by that date?  Intuitively the answer seems obvious but I have read that you can take/retake the GRE after that September 1st deadline and update your scores on CASPA. The updated scores will then be sent to the programs you've applied to. While I've already sent preliminary scores to Stanford, I'm planning on re-taking the GRE and am wondering what the latest date I can take it is.

I apologize if this discussion has already occurred but I could not track it down.  Any links officially describing this timeline would be great.

Thanks in advance for your time, 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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