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  1. Hello, I just received my GRE scores, and I am quite unsure about them. I got 165Q and 168V; the scores for AWA are not there yet. I want to apply for a master's programs in economics in the UK, preferably LSE or Oxford. These programs are surely highly competitive, and I think that I do have the grades necessary to apply, but I don't know if I have a chance there with my quant score (I suppose that it is the most important among the scores). According to the universities' respective websites, they expect applicants to have scores of at least 161 or 164 in quant (depending on the university). Although I am above these thresholds, I fear that I might be in the lower half of applicants. Unfortunately, I couldn't find any statistics on the scores of accepted applicants. Thus, I wanted to ask if anyone has some insights or tips. Should I retake it or rather focus on the rest of my application? In practice tests, I scored anything from 163 to 170 in quant, but I am sceptical if I am able to significantly increase my score the next time if I were to retake the GRE.
  2. I am taking the GRE on Dec 14, so I don't think I'll have the official scores back in time for the Dec 17 deadline application for LSE. The GRE scores on the application are self reported so I will be able to enter my Q and V scores but for the Analytical section I won't know until 10-15 days after the 14th, it won't let me apply unless I put something down there so what should I do? Is my only hope to just guess what I'm going to get on the analytical section and pray the actual results match my guess?
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  4. Hello I am a 2nd year PhD student looking to transfer to another school. In this round of application, I'd like to have better GRE scores to apply. Last time I applied, my applications were presumably all desk-rejected due to my embarassingly low GRE scores (below 50th, one is even in the 30th percentile) However, given that I only spent about 3 or 4 weeks studying and not studying at it very hard, I am hoping I can drastically improve my scores. Has anyone drastically improved their GRE or GMAT scores? Did you work while studying for the GREs too? I would like to increase that percentile to the 70th or 75th. What tips do you have for studying for the GREs? I am looking at online prep courses and hoping they would be helpful. Any advice would be much appreciated. Thanks.
  5. Hi. I am applying to the Research Masters program at Tilburg University. The requirements for the application states that all scores, including GRE, cannot be older than two years (which doesn't make a whole lot of sense to me). If I apply with my older scores, which are still valid, will it be possible for me to get a provisional offer (I'll retake the GRE then and make sure the scores are the same or higher) or will my application not be reviewed at all? I'd appreciate any insights into this. Thanks.
  6. Hi All. I am applying for both Social Psych (4) and OB programs (11). I believe that I am a strong candidate but the GRE has been my biggest stressor. I just took it this morning and my scores were absolutely devastating. I have been studying for ~3 months and my finals scores were worse than the scores from my first practice test 2 months ago. Test Scores (GMAT/GRE): Verbal (73rd) Quant (42nd) Undegrad GPA: 3.87 from a large state school, Psychology major Graduate GPA: N/A Research Experiences: I worked as an RA in two neuroscience labs for 2 years. I was a McNair Scholar where I conducted a thesis research project that is much in line with my interests. I have been a lab manager at a top 20 US b school for the last year where I have worked closely will OB researchers and researchers in CB and Accounting. Teaching Experience: N/A Work Experience: Nothing relevant other than my current research position. I took two years off during undergrad and worked in retail full time. Concentration Applying to:OB/Social Psych Number of programs planned to apply to: 15 Dream Schools: Columbia, UCLA, Northwestern Other Questions: What made you want to pursue a PhD? I want to pursue a PhD because I really really enjoy research and believe it is extremely powerful. I am a first gen student, the first in my family to even graduate high school, so having the opportunity to pursue a PhD is something I never even thought was possible. Interests aside, it would be life changing for myself and my family. Questions or concerns you have about your profile? I am freaking out about the GRE. My goal was to score 160 (70thQ, 86thV) but after taking the exam I am truly beginning to wonder how I am going to bring up my score roughly 15 total points in about 6 weeks time. My first applications are due November 26th so the latest I would feel comfortable taking it again would be the end of October. I have been told by people whose opinions I trust that 160 on both sections should get me past the first cut. Does anyone have any further thoughts on this? Also--Any words of advice on bringing my score up. I cannot afford a tutor, I could barely afford to take the test once and am seriously considering trying to take out a loan to get my scores up somehow. Any additional specific questions you may have:
  7. Hi all, I took the GRE in June, and selected 4 schools after the exam as my free score recipients (obviously, this was before the applications for this cycle opened). If I'm beginning to submit my applications to schools now, will I need to request to send the scores again, or will the scores sent in the summer be OK? Best, pulsars
  8. Hi guys, I am considering retaking the GRE (past scores: Q 164 V 148). Do you think that taking the GRE several times have any negative effect on the application for a top Ph.D.? Until now I took only once, but how about someone who took the GRE 3,4,5 times and only then got the desired outcome? Also, how do admission committees look about the Score Select option? I heard that it is possible to send only one's best scores. Is it really possible? or schools ask you to send them the result of all the tests? Thx
  9. Can GRE scores be sent after a GRE exam even when the MS applications have closed?
  10. My professor told me that it is okay to submit the test score later than the deadline as they typically review the applicants in Feb. However, those admission offices in other universities keep saying it is a hard deadline for test score submission. I am so conscious about that as applying to one school costs about $150-200USD. I do not want to pay for nothing, not even a chance to be reviewed. May I ask if anyone here actually submitted their scores later than the deadline and was able to get the offer? Thanks a lot!
  11. Hi, I have this doubt. I got a good score in Q section of GRE (170) but my scores for Verbal and AW are not good (152V, 3.0AW). However I got a 28 and 27 in Reading and Writing sections, respectively when I took the TOEFL. Should I re-take the GRE? I am applying to top 20 and top 10 schools. Thank you for your help.
  12. Hi everyone, I was wondering if it is possible to only take the quant section when retaking the GRE. I've only written it once, and had (V=160-165/Q=160-165/AWA=4.0). I'm actually okay with the V and AWA scores, but I really need to improve my Q score. Do admission committees for Econ PhD care if you send both scores, but with a second try with only scores for Q? Cheers,
  13. Hi all, I will be applying to PhD in Finance programs (All US schools) this year, and wanted to clarify a point about application deadlines and score submission. There are certain schools with a deadline on the 15th of December. If I were to sit the GMAT on the 8th of December, is this acceptable? The GMAC website says that it can take up to 20 calendar days to send scores through to universities, so does that mean my application may be rejected due to it being incomplete if the scores are not sent through? Thanks, Nacho
  14. “Some people believe that in order to thrive, a society must put its own overall success before the well-being of its individual citizens. Others believe that the well-being of a society can only be measured by the general welfare of all its people.” Ethically speaking, the end does not justify the means when discussing the overall well being of a society. It is not in the best interest of the society as a whole if the well being of the individual citizens, who make up that society, are not valued. In the 1960s Jim Crow laws implemented separate but equal mandates in public spaces. It seemed to the policy makers that the society would thrive even though these laws were daunting on the African American population. When a select few are singled out for the “good of the whole society” protests occur and a society is polarized with those who are benefitting from certain policies and the select few that are not. The well being of a society is measured by the general welfare. General welfare can mean terms of happiness and health. When studying health care for example, it is important to make sure that health is a basic right that all citizens of a society have, and do not have to earn. If the people are generally healthy, the economy gets better; less people would need to owe the government money due to treatment they would not be able to pay for. The Affordable Care Act requires people to buy health insurance. In the economic cycle, the government is getting paid and people are receiving the health care that they need. When the general population is healthy, everyone benefits. Some may not agree when it comes to other aspects of success within a society. Some may argue that in other terms of a society, some countries put their average testing scores as a priority, because education is important. It is more important that all student should be able to succeed in schools and produce the best test scores compared to other countries. Yes, education is important in the success of a society, however high test scores do not mean that the well being of these students is put into the country’s best interest. Students often report high stress levels and the countries with the highest test score sometimes report the highest rating of student mental health issues like depression and suicide. In situations like these the success rate of the high scores should not take precedence over mental health. In addition to having the best test scores that also assumes citizens are able to pay for the resources to receive the best education available to implement these scores. Some European countries have proper mental health policies put in place for college students while also providing affordable education for those pursuing degrees. All in all, the general well being of a society does measure the success rate of that society and should be prioritized.
  15. Hi, I am starting this thread to track if anyone have updates on scores for FPGEE in April 2015. I, like many others, anxiously waiting for the scores and it would be great if to keep us updated if anyone hears about the score date. Note they mentioned during the test that scores will be out in 8 weeks, which is too long, I hope they declares the scores sooner. Good luck! thanks, Alia
  16. Hello everyone, I am new here and considering applying to CUNY Graduate Center Ph.D. program in Econ. I am a junior undergraduate student at another CUNY now, double major Econ and Math. Overall GPA 3.89. I took GREs last year and did not get very good scores 720/156 Quant 440/149 Verb and 4 on Essay. I have excellent letters of rec and planning to graduate with Honors in History. What are my chances of getting into the school? Which schools should I consider for my scores and grades? I am open to moving away from NYC. Thank you!
  17. Hi guys, To my understanding the scores are always available by phone a few days before published online, does anybody know when approximately will it be available by phone? Thanks :orange:
  18. Hi there, I sat the GRE about 2 weeks ago and received the initial score report with Verbal 162 and Quantitative 154 (316/340). I'm almost 19 and am just starting my undergraduate degree this year. I am hoping to apply to Harvard Business School for an MBA in a few years time. How do you think these scores are for that? I'm most definitely going to re-sit, mainly because Quantitative is quite low. Maths isn't my strength, so I'm needing to work on it a lot. If I didn't re-sit, and I just used these scores (I'm thinking I'll get a 5+ for writing), do you think Harvard Business would even consider me? Obviously it's impossible to evaluate my chances of an acceptance based purely on my scores, but I'm wanting to know whether or not you think Harvard (or a similar institution) would give much consideration to a candidate with my scores. Thanks, Matt
  19. Hi All, Scores for August test takers are now available on mygre.ets.org. Anyone who was waiting to hear their official scores can go check it out! Best, Taylor
  20. hi friends, i wrote my cs gre last april and i got the scores. my score is decent but percentile is low the details are as follows score : 630 percentile : 20 correct : 28 incorrect : 28 omits : 13 formal score : 21 plz tell me if this is good score .. i'm worried :((
  21. Hi, I prepared thoroughly for two months....i read barrons' princeton, etc, powerprep II and worked for vocabulary everywhere. Still i just scored 550-650 in verbal and 720-800 in maths. Im very worried about my scores as i want to get admission in a good university.....what should i do? should i retake it? Please help me out
  22. Hi just finished my GRE yesterday I took it like 2 or 3 years ago and I lost the email address I had in that time. So there was no way I could get access to the info I had before (I forgot username and password). Due to this, I created a new GRE account with my new email address but I am nervous ETS will invalidate my scores. Could this be possible? Thank you
  23. The ETS site says scores are posted online 10-15 days after the exam: I'm wondering how many days it took 'til yours showed up. (I took my test December 1st, and it's the 14th now, so I know I'm just being antsy, but I'm also curious about the average.)
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