secander2! wrote:So from those statistics, 900 club would put a domestic WAY above the Harvard domestic PGRE average. I would guess that a 810 is still competitive for a domestic. Go for it! If the rest of your application is strong, I'd bet you'd have a great chance.
muonman wrote:I was not posting to brag. My score is nothing to brag about anyways. This situation has gotten me so stressed out, I could not even sleep well last night.
For most of you, grad school might be the next logical step. But for me, I am already working. I got a job. A high-paying job. With my own office. Everybody I know basically thinks I'm happy career man. I took the PGRE in secret and didn't even tell anyone outside this forum. It'd be career suicide for me to quit to go to school full-time again. Except for that school. Harvard my bosses would understand, perhaps even appreciate and maybe invite me back someday to the firm.
Yes, when I was a student like you, I scored very very low on my first PGRE. No school wanted me. That's why I'm working now. I thought to myself, if I could join the 900 club then I'd be good enough to enter the game again. But I didn't... I am having a serious confidence crisis (considering how much time I spent studying for that stupid test, I should have done at least 890 or so), coupled with my very comfortable lifestyle right now, I really don't know if I should apply, guys... I need the forums advice....
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