Took it three times and got 154, 147, and 155, respectively on the quant section.
Even though I have double majored in Math and Economics, I am slow at doing basic mathematical computations. This test seems rigged.
Should I bother taking it again?
Took it three times and got 154, 147, and 155, respectively on the quant section.
Even though I have double majored in Math and Economics, I am slow at doing basic mathematical computations. This test seems rigged.
Should I bother taking it again?
I had to take it 3 times and I am at chicago now. Keep trying
I suggest you gtfo
We know a technique that can help, let's discuss over a lunch...
Sincerely,
Atila Abdulkadiroglu, Parag Pathak, and Christopher Walters
Take it again. And don't put too much pressure on you.
Took it three times and got 154, 147, and 155, respectively on the quant section.
Even though I have double majored in Math and Economics, I am slow at doing basic mathematical computations. This test seems rigged.
Should I bother taking it again?
Take it again. And don't put too much pressure on you.
Took it three times and got 154, 147, and 155, respectively on the quant section.
Even though I have double majored in Math and Economics, I am slow at doing basic mathematical computations. This test seems rigged.
Should I bother taking it again?
I desperately need to hit 161 but it just seems impossible at the moment.
(For top phd it s more like 167+)
You know what can boost your score? A good lunch!
Sincerely,
Atila Abdulkadiroglu, Parag Pathak, and Christopher Walters
^the f**k is your problem
Omfg. Just give the f**k up already.
Take it again. And don't put too much pressure on you.Took it three times and got 154, 147, and 155, respectively on the quant section.
Even though I have double majored in Math and Economics, I am slow at doing basic mathematical computations. This test seems rigged.
Should I bother taking it again?
I desperately need to hit 161 but it just seems impossible at the moment.
My elementary school teacher wife got a 154, she hadn't taken a non-education math class in 6 years. Just be careful, they intentionally ask questions to get you to make mistakes.
Practice with the materials of Manhattan, ETS, and similar resources. They are very useful. Combine efficient study with a good diet, enough sleep and exercise. Go to a swimming pool the day before the test and relax for 2 hours in the afternoon. Do not listen to too much music, and more importantly, avoid EJMR for a while.
Take it again. And don't put too much pressure on you.Took it three times and got 154, 147, and 155, respectively on the quant section.
Even though I have double majored in Math and Economics, I am slow at doing basic mathematical computations. This test seems rigged.
Should I bother taking it again?
I desperately need to hit 161 but it just seems impossible at the moment.
This has been scientifically proven. Look at the recently accepted articles from AEJ.
You know what can boost your score? A good lunch!
Sincerely,
Atila Abdulkadiroglu, Parag Pathak, and Christopher Walters
I've only tried Magoosh so far.
Practice with the materials of Manhattan, ETS, and similar resources. They are very useful. Combine efficient study with a good diet, enough sleep and exercise. Go to a swimming pool the day before the test and relax for 2 hours in the afternoon. Do not listen to too much music, and more importantly, avoid EJMR for a while.
Take it again. And don't put too much pressure on you.Took it three times and got 154, 147, and 155, respectively on the quant section.
Even though I have double majored in Math and Economics, I am slow at doing basic mathematical computations. This test seems rigged.
Should I bother taking it again?
I desperately need to hit 161 but it just seems impossible at the moment.
I also did poorly. You need to realize that it is a just a hoop that you need to jump through. It seems stupid, but you need to practice and memorize all the tricks that will NEVER help you do anything BESIDES get a decent score on the GRE.
If your goal is to get into a PhD program that places students in academic jobs, then yes you're absolutely going to have to take it again. I struck out at both MRM programs I applied to and only got into a ULRM with a 161 quant score.
I studied for about 3 weeks, but in hindsight I probably should have studied for 6 months.
The Economist has a great interactive GRE prep tool.
If your goal is to get into a PhD program that places students in academic jobs, then yes you're absolutely going to have to take it again. I struck out at both MRM programs I applied to and only got into a ULRM with a 161 quant score.
I studied for about 3 weeks, but in hindsight I probably should have studied for 6 months.
The Economist has a great interactive GRE prep tool.
What if someone has a co-authored publication in a third-tier field or general interest journal?
Anyone who scores less than 160 even once should be banned from being in Academia.
Fvcking retards are going to produce new thinking my Ass.
Anyone who scores less than 160 even once should be banned from being in Academia.
Fvcking retards are going to produce new thinking my Ass.
lol you're an idiot
Observe how this type of person immediately jumps to the test being rigged because he can't get even a mediocre score.
This is the origin of the sexism micro aggression and diversity type BS arguments. These are the types of people who have created a social disorder and decay in the west. Your swamp originates right here. Because you let low IQ morons in Academia one days they will shut Academia itself down. And if they don't your society will destroy itself anyway.
Took it three times and got 154, 147, and 155, respectively on the quant section.
Even though I have double majored in Math and Economics, I am slow at doing basic mathematical computations. This test seems rigged.
Should I bother taking it again?