2017 graduate application chances with poor PGRE

bambino
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2017 graduate application chances with poor PGRE

Postby bambino » Thu Dec 15, 2016 4:46 am

% here stands for percentile

Myself an international graduate applicant for the fall of 2017. I have obtained an abysmal 740 (59%) score in PGRE. Does this mean nothing can be done now ? I have decent enough research experience. So highly confused.

I am posting my profile here for your reference. Any help and I would be highly obliged.

General GRE:
Quant 166(91%)
Verbal 151(51%)
AWA 3.5(42%)

Physics GRE
740(59%)

TOEFL 115/120 ( Speaking 28 and 29 in all the rest )

Research Experience:
Three summer research projects (one foreign internship) with two pre-prints published on arxiv. One among them has been submitted to The Astrophysical Journal (ApJ).

Interested in Gravitational Wave Astrophysics and have worked with 4 members of the LIGO Scientific Collaboration part of Laser Interferometer Gravitational Wave Observatory (LIGO) that detected Gravitational Waves. ( 2 LORs from LIGO members)

Based on my project, I received student membership to LIGO for a span from June 2016 - December 2016

Universities: (All have LIGO member groups)

University of Maryland, College Park (Physics)
University of Michigan, Ann-Arbor (Physics)
Carnegie Mellon University (Physics)
Louisiana State University (Physics)
Washington State University (Physics)
Syracuse University (Physics)
Caltech (Physics)
Rochester Institute of Technology (Physics)
Penn State University (Astronomy)
University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee (Physics)



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