astrofan wrote:Know this is a dead thread, but I think it is funny that this question seems to come up every year.
ETS is a terrible company, proving why capitalism does not work with monopolies. ETS has no incentive to make life easier for us as long as grad schools put no pressure on them to fix it. We should consider ourselves lucky that the cost and headaches aren't worse.
I have changed my opinon on the GRE physics. I still can't see how it is a good measuring tool for education or potential, but apperently a lot of people at top schools do. It was funny how different the professors at my school felt about the exam, as opposed to those at Harvard; something I didn't realize the first time around.
Guess that means I will be tenured at a medicore school, if I am lucky
twistor wrote:*** Harvard, the most over-rated school ever.
HAHAHHAHAHAH... another classic post from twistor...twistor wrote:No, by that logic it would be the worse place, because if the astronomers were any good then they wouldn't need so many of them.
twistor wrote:If you didn't want men to stare at your *** you shouldn't have grown them in the first place.
twistor wrote:At least one other person here retains a sense of humor.
elzoido238 wrote:YES!!!! I JUST jumped on a f%#k UCSB bandwagon over on the rejection board, and now I can jump on twistor's f&%k Harvard banwagon here!!!!! F#%k HARVARD, F#%k THEM UP THEIR STUPID ASSES!!!!!
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