blackcat007 wrote:i have just started my gre preparation..
and i learnt about the concept of taking the exam a no of times to improve your score. on checking the ETS website i found that it is not entirely correct. some universities look for the very first gre score and some even take the avg, so in that case even if you get a good score the 2nd time, the net effect goes down.., while some consider the best score. being in india gre is costly.. total general +subject gre =Rs 11000 or so..
so i need to rethink about taking gre a no of times..
can anyone of you throw some light on this issue, can you name some of the universities where they consider the best score? and where not?
VT wrote:Hey fermiguy, are you serious that you got 490 when you took the GRE for the first time? Were you sick or something?
doom wrote:Is it the same in other countries where English is the primary language? (Ireland, Britain, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Guyana...)
twistor wrote:Don't worry so much about the GRE. Concentrate on grades and undergraduate research.
I took the GRE physics once and general twice and I was accepted to all the top schools in my field. It doesn't count as much as you think, unless you really bomb it.
twistor wrote:I took the GRE physics once and general twice and I was accepted to all the top schools in my field. It doesn't count as much as you think, unless you really bomb it.
t3chn0n3rd wrote:I know the kaplan near my university offers alot of practice exams, giving under the same environment as an actual exam.
I am not sure if Princeton review does the same thing
t3chn0n3rd wrote:It was difficult to find a Subject matter physics gre exam manual.
I had to order from Barnes and Nobles
quizivex wrote:Ugh, I wrote that comment hoping to inspire people to take the GRE seriously, not to discourage students who had a setback in a class.
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