jabennett2194 wrote:What the physics gre do for your profile?? Do ANY comp neuro PhD programs reuqire/recommend that??
jabennett2194 wrote:By only two that recommend it, do you mean nationally? or do you mean of those that you are interested in? Unfortunately, USNEWS only lists a few top schools, https://www.usnews.com/best-graduate-sc ... s-rankings, but I would read the application info on these schools.
I am just rather confused what this would offer to your profile. You would need to get a 60/70/80th percentile (depending on prestige of program) or above anyway for this to be something that you would want to include in your application
To be candid (and I am trying to speak solely to give you the most help possible) unless you were working, dealing with mental illness, playing a sport, or something else in college that explains your low physics gpa, I do not think (unless you are great at standardized tests) you would be able to get that high of a percentile without months of studying. Plus you have had a year off of physics it seems.
I simply think that since this is comp. neuro, there are much better things you could be doing to increase your chance of acceptance, such as research.
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