Newton wrote:Def. recommend studying only the newest (2008) exam.
710 (58%). I was hoping for a 750+ at least.
Def. recommend studying only the newest (2008) exam. I could gamed this exam and get a 850+ if I had time to take it again. These exams are a joke. Only hope for me is top 80 program. O well. Applying.
blighter wrote:kangaroo wrote:Tufts would be a good idea in this case. Catria will be ecstatic for you.
Haha! Is this never going to get old?
blighter wrote:I don't think so. But people who sat at particular centres haven't got their score. I know people who took it in Bangalore have got their scores, but not the ones that took it in Delhi.
Saurabh wrote:blighter wrote:I don't think so. But people who sat at particular centres haven't got their score. I know people who took it in Bangalore have got their scores, but not the ones that took it in Delhi.
Any one who took the test in Delhi, if you've got your score please let me know. I took the test at Delhi center and initially ETS site was saying that my score is unavailable or absent, now it says for my score 000 and 1%<, I am really worried what happened as I am sure I didn't do that bad and moreover the minimum score is 200. I called up the ETS today and they said keep checking it will be available soon. If anyone know about this 000 stuff or about score from Delhi center please post here. I am freaking out
soil wrote:(I am an international student and $150 is quite large amount of money for me)
I hoped to get 86% at least.
Yes, my score increased from the time when I take my first PGRE test. But it was THIRD time.
I started to think that I am not talented to Physics.
Although many people said PGRE is not perfect indicator to measure someones innate Physics ability. However, it also has consistency that PGRE is somewhat reliant indicator for those admission committees everywhere.
After all, I love Physics and I want to study Physics though I was not talented enough.
So I just decided to take my 4th PGRE test and registered.
OK, Anyway, take my money ET$
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