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  1. I want to do well on the Analytical writing but, I don't have anyway of knowing what my grade would be. Could someone grade or give feedback on my practice attempt???
  2. I'm attending an economics PhD program in the fall and want to hit the ground running. The department has recommended I complete this online review course in preparation for math camp this September. However, I'm not sure if there's anything else I should be doing to set myself up for success. Any advise or wisdom is welcome, however, I was wondering Should I connect with faculty before I arrive on campus? How do incoming graduate students prepare in the month leading up to math camp? Are there any general resources/books that graduate students have found particularly helpful during their first year? Thanks in advance!
  3. Hello everyone! I am currently in my last year of undergrad, and I am interested in getting my PhD in accounting. I am really unsure as to where I should start in this entire situation, and I was hoping I could gain a little clarity as to what I could focus on. Undergrad: 3.86 GPA in Accountancy and Finance. Graduated in 3 years from a top accounting school. Graduate: Will be completing my MAcc in the upcoming year. GMAT: Never taken an actual exam, I have scored in the 740-750 range on practice exams. Courses: Have completed a variety of courses related to accounting and finance. Macro, micro, and intermediate micro economics. A variety of statistics courses. Calc 1 and 2. Teaching experience: I am the head TA for a course related to business management, and teamwork. I am, also, planning on teaching accounting courses for duration of my MAcc. Research: I have little research experience, but I am looking at being a research assistant at my University in the upcoming semester. Work experience: I have held an internship in the past, and I will be interning at a big four accounting firm next Summer. Letters of rec: I have multiple people that I know would be willing to write a letter of rec for me. One of them has a strong background in research, and others are in accounting academia. Weaknesses: Most obviously my work and research experience. Letters of rec I think are also something I could improve on. Also, my math background is also very weak. Questions: Are there any courses that you think I should try taking over the next year? Should I apply to PhD programs in the upcoming Fall, or should I wait until I have more tangible work experience? What are my biggest weaknesses to an observer? I am a little lost in this entire process, and I really appreciate any and all feedback that you guys have for me. Thanks for taking the time to read my post. :)
  4. In Q13 in the picture, the answer given is (BF) whereas I thought it should be (BD). My reasoning was that the films do not physically inhabit any space at all, they merely emulate settings. On seeing the answer I realized that the 'they' in option D refers to the films but the 'they' in F refers to the characters. Either way, I think both options should work equally well. Is this not the case? I did search for the question but did not find any previous threads about it. The solutions in Barron's aren't that helpful. [ATTACH=CONFIG]7238[/ATTACH]
  5. In Q9 at the bottom of the picture. Frankenstein is still punished by his excesses, as all overreachers in Faust stories are, as is emphasized in the passage, but his excesses are different. So I think option C should work but B is the provided solution. Why so? I did try searching the forums for this question but found nothing. [ATTACH=CONFIG]7237[/ATTACH]
  6. So I am currently in the Honours Econ program at McGill (technically joint honours) and, due to some financial and logistical considerations, I have a long-term decision I need to make within the next few months about what I want to do at the end of the 2018-2019 academic year. I am going to talk to my advisors about this too, but I thought I would put it out here and see what you guys think. Note that my long term goal is to pursue a PhD in econ. My current GPA in my econ program is 4.0, and while I will hopefully be able to maintain that, it might drop a bit if I get an A- at some point (obviously). So here are my options. 1. Stay a 4th year in undergrad. I can technically graduate in 3 years from McGill; if I do, my math background will be: 4 semesters of calc, 2 semesters of statistics, 1 semester of ODE, 1 semester of real analysis, 1 semester of linalg (plus 2 semesters of honours metrics, which I figure is basically a math course in itself; I may also be able to squeeze a math minor out of this, which would be great). Staying a 4th year would really just let me add a few more math courses and maybe take a 2nd or 3rd grad level econ course (I already will probably be taking one if I do three years). The downside is, obviously, paying for an extra year of school (which while not much by US standards is still not nothing since I'm an international student) 2. Get a masters in econ from a Canadian or English uni. Obviously I would still be paying for another year of school, but I am much more likely to get funding as a masters student (at least I know McGill gives their masters students TA positions sometimes, and I would probably be applying to McGill as one of these programs). 3. Get a masters in statistics at a Candian uni. I like this option because, at Canadian unis, math masters are usually partially or fully funded, and I really do enjoy statistics and think it would allow me to beef up my math profile at a lower cost than staying an extra year in undergrad. The only downside is I may have to go to a slightly lower-tier school for this degree, such as McMaster University or the University of Alberta, though I am hoping my connections at McGill might allow me to slide into their program as well. So tell me what you guys think. They are obviously none of them horrible options, I just have no idea which one will be best for me financially and in terms of setting me up for a good PhD admissions profile!
  7. Hello I am from Arts background (India) & I don't have any touch with Math. After 10th Grade, I barely studied Math. It has been three years without that complicated Algebra. Right now, I just took a dummy test for GRE and the only questions I could attempt were of percentage & comparing areas, etc. It made up hardly 3-4% of the whole test or even less. I know, GRE Quant is NOT Math. It's logical reasoning and other BEEP! The problem started during my 10th grade. I never liked my teacher and so I sucked at Algebra. I regret it now, but it is of no use. I don't know how do I start liking Math again. I am pretty good at Verbal, but I don't want to score low only because of my Mathematical anxiety. From next month my coaching will start. (I joined class because I need a teacher no matter what the subject is.) What can I do now? I still have 1 week left before facing all the numbers and symbols. I am ready to give my 101%, only if I had the courage to face Math after so many years. How do I start liking it? At this stage? I am planning to take GRE this year, during Nov.-Dec., so I have time enough to practice but what about now? When should I start? Will I really be able to stop-disliking Math? Please help!! :( :( Feel free to PM me for details. I desperately need sound advice. :(
  8. Hello! I am looking to gain some insight for how to best prepare for a MS/PhD in Economics (my area of interest is resource and environmental economic). I am currently finishing my degree in an unrelated field. After talking to a few professors at my school I have developed a plan to prepare for a a Phd program (however I would consider doing an MS first, if thats recommended). I would be grateful for any feedback on my plan you could provide me with? Planning to Take Math Prep: Multivariable Calc, Linear Algebra and Differential Equations, and Real Analysis Econ Prep: Labor Economics, Advanced Topics in Development and International Trade, International Trade, Resource Economics Have Taken Econometrics (Sadly I took it pass/no pass, because I was not planing on pursuing econ) Micro (A) Macro (A) Climate Change Econ (A-) Intonation Finance (A) Stats (A-) Pol Econ Theory (classical and modern, both A) Info about my school Top tier big name school with very strong Econ and Math departments A few specific questions What are some programs that might be appropriate for me? Can I take some of the math outside my very competitive school, or will that reflect poorly? Are there any additional math classes I should take? Any other advice? Thank you!
  9. Hi everyone. I'm new here but looking for a place to post this particular query, this site looked very promising. I'm scoring solidly in the 90th percentile in GRE verbal which would usually be fine. However, I'm pusuring a PhD in English Lit so I very much would like to bump my score up three or four points to be at least in the pile of candidates Yale, Harvard, etc. will look at when they consider. Basically, I need to be 95th percentile. I'm having "trouble" with multiple choice in Reading Comp., specifically the question types where you have multiple answers that you have to infer. I nearly always get one right, but its seems that the ones that you have to "infer" or "imply" a bit more than what is in the sentence I have trouble with. I know that this is impossibly vague but can someone concretely(ish) describe for me how far you are allowed to "infer" or "extrapolate" when it comes to inference on GRE? I just finished taking the LSAT wherein you are not allowed to infer anything that is not explicitly stated by the passage (weirdly). I think it's throwing me off. Any sort of tips or tricks about inference on GRE would be much appreciated. I can't seem to quite get a handle on the level of inference you are allowed to make--which seems quite stupid given that I've devoted the last three years of my life to making literary influences. Many thanks! S.H.
  10. To introduce: I am an Indian IT Male with 4+years of experience. I took a 2months break from work to prepare from my GMAT.I referred MGMAT for SC and LSAT CR Bible, apart from OG12 and OGVerbal Review. I had initially referred Kaplan Premier. (After havingspend a month, realized it to be completely junk.) :yuck: Mock Test Scores: Month 1: Kaplan 1 540 (Diagnostic) Kaplan 2 670 (q45, v39) MGMAT 1 640 (q42, v35) Kaplan 3 720 (q55, v34) Kaplan 4 620 (q40, v33) Kaplan 5 650 (q45, v31) Month 2: Month 2 tests were under complete test conditions. MGMAT 2 680 (q48, v34) MGMAT 3 690 (q48, v35) MGMAT 4 700 (q51, v35) MGMAT 5 700 (q50, v35) GMATPrep1 710 (q50, v36) GMATPrep2 710 (q49, v38) Reset GMATPrep1 750 (q50, v40) Real GMAT: 610 (q48, v27)!! :smack: Test Day: I was pretty relaxed a daybefore and during the exam. So, I can safely say that stress factorwas not a part of my debacle. Reached the test center an hour beforethe scheduled time. AWA section was pretty smooth. Quant sectionstarted of easy but started to become very difficult by the mid 20s.Out of the first 25 question, I had spend considerable time (about5mins) for 3 questions, which I think could have been experimental. Ihad encountered 1 really touch Geometry question out of theapproximately 5 geo questions in all. I probability question. And alot of number theory and word translation questions. And 5-6 algebraquestions with power of 3, 4 or 5!! I noticed that I had only 1:15for the last 10 questions. Therefore, improved my speed. Among theselast 10 questions, I took a random guess for the last 2 questions asI had completely run out of time. But overall, I had a good feelingabout the quant section. I took both the 8 minutes break and during each of the breaks, I went to therestroom, had a bar of chocolate, and a glass of water. Verbal section started of pretty well.But to my astonishment, the very 6/7th question was a tremendouslydifficult, long, vocab intensive RC with 4 questions. (Now when Ireflect back I think this one might have been an ExperimentalQuestion) I lost more that 10-12minutes on this one. SC and CRquestions were on the tougher side. Comparatively, difficult that theOG12 problems and the GMATPrep questions. Mid was through I gotanother long RC followed by 4 questions. This one was compared to thefirst one. In all, I got 4 RC (2 long with 4 questions and 2 shortwith 3 questions). I had 1 minute for each of the last 10 questions.Almost panicked. My second last question was a bold faced question CRquestion and the last question was a SC question. Thought I was doingok. But when I saw the score 610 (v48 q27), :confused: I felt as if my life wasshattered. :wallbash: Request: I have resumed work and plan totake the GMAT again in about a months time. I will be able to devoteabout 3 hours on weekdays and the entire weekend. I am hoping forsome good tips/suggestions from you guys to improve my GMAT score to a700-730 level. I would highly appreciate your help in this regard.
  11. veroka64

    Advise please!

    Hello everyone, I would like to know what do you guys suggest to study for the FPGEE, I have a copy of the Apha and CPR for my main source of study but I think Apha is not enough and CPR is more for the Naplex test than for the FPGEE. thanks Urch friends
  12. Hello, I am an undergraduate student at Rutgers University and I just finished the fall semester of my sophomore year. I am a Statistics-Mathematics major and an Economics major. I plan on applying to a Phd program down the road and aspire to go to a top 5 school. GPA (rough numbers, error of .01 or .02) Overall - 3.30 Statistics - Mathematics: 3.5 Economics - 3.9 Mathematics Courses: Intro to Computer Science (a requirement for the major) B+ , Differential Calculus (A), Integral Calculus (B) - I need to get that grade checked because I believe there is a mistake and it has the second highest failure rate at Rutgers University as far as undergraduate courses go. Economics: Introduction to Microeconomics and Macroeconomics; Intermediate Microeconomics and Macroeconomics - All A's. Financial Accounting (an elective outside of the major that I took) B+. I realize my GPA is sub-par so I have a few questions in regards to what I should do at this point. 1) Should I consider doing Masters in Economics so I can better represent myself? 2) Where should I look for research opportunities? Rutgers has a great research program but there are a surplus of graduate students so undergraduate students don't get the opportunity to work with the researchers. I plan on applying to the Federal Reserve and if that works out, that will be great but I don't want to count on that working out. 3) I am on a pretty tight schedule as far as what classes I should take in economics and Mathematics. I was debating over changing my Economics major to a minor so I could take a few graduate courses in economics (something related to Game Theory because that's where my research interests are). Which do you suggest? I don't remember the rest of my questions at the moment but I would appreciate any help you guys/girls have for me. Thanks again. (If there is any information that I haven't provided that would help better assess the situation, please PM me)
  13. Guest

    Question about quotients

    the question goes as follows: find the quotient and the remainder of : (3x^3 -2x^2 +4x-3) / (x+4) note: where there is the ^ sign, that means it is raised to the power of the number after it. please help! thanks
  14. Hi , I was wondering if you guys could help me out with an issue I seem to be having. I’ve done all the Manhattan Tests and have got an average of 324, but I’m hoping for a 330+ score. I’ve finished all the questions on Magoosh and my projected score is 161-166 (Q) and 160-165 (V), but I’m actually struggling to get a score within that range on my MGRE Tests in Verbal. Apparently my weakest area is the RC portion where my average across all the tests is 60%. I have been reading articles in The Economist, etc. (which most prep centres suggest) over the last couple of weeks, but I honestly and am not improving at all on this one portion of the test. What do you reckon I should do to sort this out? Cheers!
  15. I scored 590 for the second time in GMAT prep ...my GMAT is on 26th July..Quant 49 but verbal 21...please help...dont know wat to do with verbal...already read official guide 12th edition,done manhattan SC ...m reaally worried about test.:upset:
  16. Hello everyone, I am taking the GRE in three weeks. I took my first Kaplan practice test yesterday before doing any studying and got 96th percentile Quant, 56th percentile Verbal. I am applying to Finance PhD programs, so clearly quant is more important, but I am also worried about the verbal section. Although I have lived in the US for about 10 years, I have a small vocabulary since most of studies were quant oriented. Throughout the majority of the verbal section of the practice exam I didn't know the meanings of the choices (vocab questions). What would you say is the best tactic for me? Is it realistic to try to learn a bunch of words during these few weeks, or is there a better way to approach this? Just to be clear, I am not looking to get a perfect score, but I would like to land somewhere in the 80th percentile or so. Thank you very much!
  17. Help! I have been doing practice exams and my scores have been in the range of 600-680, but when it came to the real thing I got 530. I've been using the OG workbooks and Kaplan ones but it seems my scores are getting worse rather than improving..... Mainly it is my Quant score which seems to be getting worse. I really need to get at least a 650 which is the conditional offer my course has given me. Advice on study guides/material anything!
  18. I have recently come to crossroads in my career, because I quit medical school and now am trying to get a job to pay off the loans for that detour. However, eventually, I would like to get a higher degree because I always wanted to work in the government and in a leadership position. I have some ideas and have read many of these threads to death lol, but joined because I desperately need some guidance. While most people would say do what you love, well, the problem is that I like a lot of different things and it really comes down to the best program that I will succeed in academically, as well as just where I can have the highest chance of being accepted into a top program, not because I'm an elitist (well, sort of because I've heard from so many people that a PhD is only good if its from a top 20 school) but also because I've noticed that they generally give financial aid to all the attendees. At this point I've considered economics, business (finance/economics), public policy, political science. But am looking for other similar areas, such as Urban Planning (which I hadn't even heard of until about 10 minutes ago!) Some stats to help you out: BA in Economics from a top 50 US school, GPA 3.4 (its a little lower than I'd like it to be because of my premed courses) My GRE scores: 690V (97%) and 740Q (80%), and 4.0 Writing (I don't really plan on taking it again because I'm a terrible test taker and would probably score lower if not the same...except maybe my writing since I didn't really even look at that area before the test) I've taken Math up to Calc II, but am willing to enroll in other courses to strengthen my application while I am working. However, I'm not strong in math, well, I'm not very good at proofs, or programming (compsci stuff) All my research experience previously is in the medical field, scientific research. I do have my MBA but its from the same institution I got my BA from and while its accredited, its unranked. Its a bit odd as I'm working backwards, i.e trying to find a PhD program that fits my stats rather than brushing up my stats to fit a specific program, but I'm kind of just floating ideas in my head. I'm really looking for something applied, not theoretical, and something macro scaled, not micro. And I'm open to suggestions of any top PhD that my GRE scores would get me into since I'm exploring right now. I would be willing to take courses in whichever subject area over the next couple of years where I will be working (hopefully). If you got through all that, thank you, and please give your opinions candidly.
  19. plz solve this: 2. What is the probability of selecting 2 out of 5 things and 3 out of 4 things?
  20. :(:(iam taking gre on june6th.i didnt completed barrons also.i read only 300 words.iam getting score of 350 only in english.i didnt exposed to tests also.wht to do in 10 days?:rolleyes:
  21. My gre is on 11th oct. i have the following CATs left, 2 Kaplan 2 Barron's (CD) 2 Princeton 2 ETS POWERPREP 4 GRE Tution CATs(dilip oak academy,pune India) In all , 12. In what order should i solve them? I'm gonna solve 1 for each day. Thanks in advance! :)
  22. Im planning on taking the test in Sep 30, I still haven't finished mannon, and Im so nervous!! Am I really gonna be able to finish studying, any help please, tips on how to finish in time!! thanks!!
  23. Hi, my name is Bianca , and I am from Romania..although I have only 17, I would like to appy for a high school in US. I would also like to study Law on a University in US.. but unfortunately I don't know how or where should I apply..here I am studying at the best high school on a bilingual english intensive section,but as I first said I would like to study abroad. .. if you can provide me with some informations about some areas in US were foreign students are accepted, providing them a scholarship please let me know...
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