Does doing multiple GREs have implications on the graduate a

Does doing multiple GREs have implications on the graduate a

Notapor lcollado el Mié Oct 08, 2008 12:13 pm

Hi Leonardo,

In general, all of your GRE scores will be looked at. So I
wouldn't recommend doing a "practice" GRE and would recommend
practicing at home until you're ready for the real thing. Once
you take the real thing, if you are unhappy with your score and
think you can do better you can certainly take it again.

So, in short, taking a practice does have implications, so
you should aim to be ready the first time!

-Michael


> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: Leonardo Collado Torres [mailto:lcollado@lcg.unam.mx]
> > Sent: Tuesday, August 26, 2008 6:19 PM
> > To: laub@mit.edu
> > Subject: Quick question: does doing multiple GREs have
> > implications on the graduate application process?
> >
> > Hello Michael,
> >
> > I'm a student at LCG, in Cuernavaca Mexico, where you visited
> > recently.
> > Basically, I have a quick question about the GREs. Some of us
> > are currently starting our senior year and we want to be
> > prepared for the graduate application process. We were
> > thinking on doing the General GRE soon to have get an
> > accurate idea of how we are doing -- of course, we would do
> > some practice tests & study before. After revising the
> > results, we would then do another General GRE (the "real"
> > one). We think that this double effort could be worth it as
> > its not the same to do practice GREs at home than doing the real ones.
> >
> > I've been told that both the "practice" one and the "real"
> > one would appear on our GRE history. At the time of doing the
> > application process for graduate school, does the application
> > committee look at the most recent GRE the applicant did? Or
> > do they also look at the previous GREs?
> > Aka, does doing a "practice" GRE have implications on the
> > graduate process?
> >
> > Maybe this doesn't make too much sense for those who want to
> > enter graduate school in 2009 (immediately after we finish
> > our senior year).
> > However, others are thinking on entering on 2010 and they
> > would love to get some GRE experience ;)
> >
> > Thanks for your time!
> >
> > Leonardo
> >
> >

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