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  1. I'm done with the GRE and scored a 334 overall(Q-169,V-165) My target was to score 330+ and hell yeah I'm happy! I'm targeting all the top schools for computer science on the west coast- CalTech, Stanford,UCLA,UC Berkley,USC . Although there are a couple of top computer science schools on the east coast but i want to study in and around the silicon valley where all the action in computer science is so that's why west coast schools are my priority! How I went about my preparation Since I'm studying in a top enginering school in India,GRE Math seemed liked a cakewalk and frankly speaking,I didn't study for it much I just brushed up my basics but did a lot of practice. GRE Math: The GRE Math questions are from high school. The difficult ones are a bit tricky but if you get familiar with the types of questions that are tested,you shouldn't have much difficulty. GRE Verbal: GRE Verbal was a tough nut to crack though. I've not been into the habit of reading much and had to practice a lot from different books. I primarily used 3 sources- Princetons' Crack the GRE, GRE Official Guide and GRE Verbal Grail. Here's what I think about these books Princeton's Crack the GRE book- The book is good for basics and for giving you an overview but not much beyond that. I guess it's written for people who are looking at average scores otherwise it's of not much help. So for my verbal prep, I primarily relied on the ETS Official Guide and GRE Verbal Grail. ETS OG- The good thing about the official guide is that the verbal questions in it are quite tricky especially the text completion ones. The bad thing is that there aren't many practice questions. GRE Verbal Grail- Probably the best book for verbal. I especially liked its reading comprehension section as each question type has been dealt quite well and given that around half of the questions on the GRE Verbal are RC questions, you should really be able to nail the questions. The book provides a lot of practice questions too. Vocabulary: I kept on working on my vocabulary and would daily learn around 10 new words. What I didn't do is start practicing TC and SE questions alongwith learning vocabulary. I firstly wanted to be good enough at vocab before attempting these questions. Once I had some confidence in vocab, then I started attempting questions from the ETS OG and GRE Verbal Grail book. I'd do a block of 20 questions from the books,then analyze them and then write down the new words that I learnt. This really helped me master vocab to a great extent. GRE Test day: The actual test was not very much different from the ETS OG practice tests.Both the verbal and the quant sections were quite close and I think that doing quite a few practice tests actually made me quite comfortable on the GRE day. My advice to the fellow GRE aspirants: 1. Learning vocabulary becomes an interesting process if you use the words in your daily life. The more you use the words the better you will be able to understand the context 2. Learning the strategies for various RC questions is very important. If you don't know the strategies, you may end up taking more time than required on a question 3. It's all about practice. I think that GRE is quite an interesting exam and can be cracked if you practice well. That is really the key to success 4. Analyze your practice tests really well. There's no point in taking the tests if you are not analyzing them properly. Lastly, if I can get a good score , i see no reason why you guys can't. A good GRE score comes with hardwork but is something you can definitely achieve if you prepare well.
  2. hi, My GRE score is 319 Q-167 (94 Percentile) V-152 (54 Percentile) AWA-4 (56 Percentile). Yet to give TOEFL.Did my undergraduate study at above average college in India and secured 71.1% in Computer Science Engineering.I have a work experience of 2+ years.No research papers published.Which are the best universities in US i can get into for pursuing MS in machine learning.Thanks
  3. 6.93 cgpa .B.E (ECE) 69 % in high school . 3 years working experience in telecom mnc . do i still have any chances ? how much do i need to score in gre to get into good universities ? these scores demotivates me , please suggest .
  4. 6.93 cgpa .B.E (ECE) 69 % in high school . 3 years working experience in telecom mnc . do i still have any chances ? how much do i need to score in gre to get into good universities ? these scores demotivates me , please suggest .
  5. Hey, I am planning to apply for Masters in Public Policy(MPP) and MSc Econ in a selected few universities from top 20 in US and UK (e.g.: HKS, Woodrow wilson School of PP, LSE, Warwick). My GRE scores are Quant 170, Verbal 152, Analytical Writing 3.0. My academic records are good with a GPA of 8.7/10 and have 4 years work experience. What do u think will be my admission chances? As deadlines are soon approaching i don't have time left to rewrite GRE as well. Kindly advice.
  6. Hi folks, Had a quick query here. Am looking at applying to MS in Management Science / OR / Data Science programs. With regard to that i would really appreciate some advice on the below 2 points troubling me : 1) How is a gre score used while evaluating profile ? 2) I have a 166 in Quants and 162 in Verbal. Shall i retake the GRE ? I would be thankful for any help i may get. Thanks in advance !
  7. Hi Guys, I am a software engineer (B.E,Info Sciences) currently working at TCS,Bangalore,India. My ENgineering aggregate is 81%. I took my GRE today and scored 322 on 340(157 Verb+165 Quant).I am yet to take TOEFL. I intend to apply to universities for M.S in Comp Sciences for Spring 2013. What Universities do you suggest ?
  8. Hello everyone. . I was just wandering about the universities that i have a shot at? My GRE score is GRE score 1220 (verbal-470 , Quants-750) and unfortunately my AWA score is 2.5 (coz i didn't prepare well:yuck: ). My graduation percentage is 70%. Please tell me the best universities that i can get into based on the geographical preferences, quality of life and most importantly financial aid/fellowships .
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