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    Subject -gre Mathematics

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    Unfortunately, there are only few official preparation books:

    - Cracking Math Subject (by S.Leduc)
    - Math Subject by Arco
    - Advanced test in Math (by Morris Bramson - contains not-rescaled old tests)
    - Math subject (by ETS)
    - Official brochure by ETS.

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    Thanks!
    I was reading questions asked in subject test, I was good student during my class 12, I feelit wont be too difficult to crush the exam with great scores.

    Maximum scores I belive is 990.

    Right?

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    The GRE rescaled subject test in mathematics score is in the range [390, 900].

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    Generally what is the score at maximum earned by indians, 9 months back in delhi I met Harvard's Director.
    She told me Indians are exceptionally good at mathematics.

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    What is your point?

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    I mean 100% score is a feasible or its distant dream!

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    Ankish that is an urban myth that Indians are better than the rest at mathematics. True, the high school curriculum in India is rigorous, but at the undergraduate level, the playing field is quite level, in fact, i would venture as much as to say that an individual with a bachelors degree in mathematics has pretty much the same skill sets as any other contemporary regardless of their nationality.

    A 100% score is feasible, but dont fool yourself into believing that your nationality predisposes you to a better score or even better preparation. Furthermore, the test is not computational, it is actually a survey of knowledge and while most questions are trivial by the standards of the subject matter they are borrowed from, it is the vast spectrum of information that you need to prepare, that determines your score.

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