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auburnph
11-12-2005, 03:39 PM
Finally, the test is over.
The test is over.

Quite fine. Some skipped, most are sure, others are 50-50 (you can easily eliminate 3 out of 5).

I should have devoted much time in quantum mech especially hydrogen.

Holden_Caulfield
11-12-2005, 07:35 PM
Finally, the test is over.
The test is over.

Quite fine. Some skipped, most are sure, others are 50-50 (you can easily eliminate 3 out of 5).

I should have devoted much time in quantum mech especially hydrogen.
Hi,
Yep, finally.
Well, all organic was 50/50 guessing for me :( We will see, how lucky am I :D.

That's funny policy: test score will be sent in 6 (!) weeks + 1 week for delivery ~ 31 December - 2 weeks before most of my deadlines :crazy: It means, I need to fill applications and pay money without knowing my score...

Holden_Caulfield
11-13-2005, 04:24 AM
Hi, Auburnph,
I forgot to ask one important thing: which codes did you put for recepient institution in your Chem GRE stub? I mean, is it the same that in GRE General test book (like RXXXX for institution and something like 0306 (?) for the department-specialization)?
I was lost in this and people that arranged the test know nothing as always. I'm worrying right now, that I did something wrong and my score will not get there. :(

Hermione
11-13-2005, 04:48 AM
Hi, Auburnph,
I forgot to ask one important thing: which codes did you put for recepient institution in your Chem GRE stub? I mean, is it the same that in GRE General test book (like RXXXX for institution and something like 0306 (?) for the department-specialization)?
I was lost in this and people that arranged the test know nothing as always. I'm worrying right now, that I did something wrong and my score will not get there. :(hi holden!

i took the AGRE too (BCMB) and i know that the codes are same for GRE and AGRE. so dont worry! :)

PS: my department codes were all just two numbers, like 29, 45 etc... :hmm:is that '0306' just some number or a real department number?

auburnph
11-13-2005, 09:49 AM
Hello.

Well, I think they are the same. My codes to be sent to the schools were 4-digit codes (I registered online). However, for the department, it was hard for me to specify whether to send directly to the chem dept or to a particular chem dept so I put none except one which I didn't know what was it.

Two more tests to go... I guess each test has 4-6 weeks waiting period

Holden_Caulfield
11-13-2005, 03:19 PM
Suja, Auburnph!
Thanks a lot! I'm more calm right now.
0306 is GRE code for specialization "physical chemistry". It was found in the GRE book and my GRE general test score were send using the same code for the department.