So, my Physics GRE went disastrously. I can't even remember my exact score, but it was something like 440; around the 5th percentile
It's completely my fault; I didn't put in nearly enough work, and didn't appreciate how difficult and important it was. I know that I can do much better, but obviously it's now too late for applying for Physics PhDs for the next academic year.
Still, in the interests of making the best of a bad situation, I was wondering what Physics related PhDs there are that don't take into account the Physics GRE (my General GRE was strong by the way: Q - 162, V - 163, still waiting on final results). A friend of mine said that Biophysics does not require the Physics GRE, just the General. Is this true? And are there any other Physics-y subjects like that?
Thank you very much for your help.