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    Ah, okay. I misunderstood the stance you took in your first post. I agree with you. Thank you for your thorough explanation.

    Do you think the other two GRE subscores have any merit in the realm of Economics?

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    Ah, okay. I misunderstood the stance you took in your first post. I agree with you. Thank you for your thorough explanation.

    Do you think the other two GRE subscores have any merit in the realm of Economics?
    As long as you don't do terribly bad (anything above 150V & 3.5 or 4 AW is fine) such that it raises some red flags, they are pretty much useless. It's interesting to note that GRE verbal scores are actually a better predictor of success - there was a paper on it from a couple years ago -, probably since there's greater variation in the verbal gre scores as the majority of applicants score in the range of 165-170 for Q.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tutonic View Post
    As long as you don't do terribly bad (anything above 150V & 3.5 or 4 AW is fine) such that it raises some red flags, they are pretty much useless. It's interesting to note that GRE verbal scores are actually a better predictor of success - there was a paper on it from a couple years ago -, probably since there's greater variation in the verbal gre scores as the majority of applicants score in the range of 165-170 for Q.
    That's what I had assumed when I posed the question. In a few Math PhD Admissions forums, it always seemed like those who got 170s on Verbal (and high 160s in general) were much more likely to get good admits.

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    Re: 2019 Admission Sweat Thread

    Hey everyone! Does anyone know if there is any benefit to getting applications in earlier than the deadline?

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    Hey everyone! Does anyone know if there is any benefit to getting applications in earlier than the deadline?
    The consensus is that there is no benefit from turning things in early unless there is a special deadline for some fellowships/scholarships (the Knight scholarship at Stanford has an early deadline for economics PhD applicants). I have heard people on here say that ad coms do not look at applications until after the deadline, and even then generally not until early January if the deadline was mid-December.

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    Re: 2019 Admission Sweat Thread

    Anyone started submitting their applications yet?

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    Yup! Got em all in a little earlier than I thought I would, actually. Once I started rolling I just kept on going, but the first deadlines aren't til the beginning of December... and, it seemed like the lower down in the rankings you go the later the deadlines get.

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    As of this morning, all of my applications - including test scores and recommendations - are complete! Now to wait ~67 days.

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    I have no idea how to not obsess about what's going to happen between now and then...

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    Quote Originally Posted by johng View Post
    I have no idea how to not obsess about what's going to happen between now and then...
    Occupy (distract) yourself with something else. Going on sites like this won't help with your obsession if you don't need any advice.

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