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Discussion in 'Chit-Chat' started by clemson55, Aug 13, 2005.

  1. clemson55

    clemson55

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    Took the GRE's earlier this week the unofficial score they give before leaving the building was 1210. 560 verbal 650 quantitative, higher then asked for by the school so I should be set to hang around Clemson for a few more years.
     
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    Not bad... that was in line with my scores when I took it back 18 months ago (560 verbal, 720 quantitative).

    The funny thing is I made a 1280 on my SAT 5 years earlier so I guess I didn't get any smarter ;)

    Congrats man, but what program are you looking for at Clemson? Unfortunately the 720 quantitative is considered relatively low for top tier grad level economics programs... :-/
     
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    I thought the GRE was a 3 part test, or at least it was when I took it back in 1992.
     
  4. Cards81fan

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    There are three parts of testing, PLUS 2 written essays which get their own score (an argumentive one and another more analytical one).

    Of the three testing sections, only 2 are scored. Which means you take an extra quantitative or an extra verbal. And of course you don't know which one is the bogus one.