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The first time I gave the GRE, I got an awful 149V/160Q, which came as quite a surprise to me since my average score on Manhattan tests were 158V/165Q and on Princeton tests it were 160V/169Q. Other factors also contributed to the bad score, like it was pouring down rain heavily on my way to the test centre, nervousness, plus I didn't eat shit (My body was literally making noises while writing the AWA). But what I think most affected my bad quant score was the experimental section of Quant. The second Quant section was too easy, the first and third ones not so much, had me working to the core.
I am planning to apply for PhD in Physics (2017 Fall). My research interest lies in Cosmology and Particle Physics (Theory). Last year also I tried to apply in the same field but got all rejections. This year my friends and seniors are suggesting me to apply in experimental physics and then change the field after getting admission as it is easy to get admission in experimental physics. But I don't have any research experience in experimental Physics. Any suggestions? GPA : 7.29/10 (overall) and 8.29/10 (physics) GRE: 302 Physics GRE: 720 TOEFL_ibt: 106
Hey guys! Today I received an offer to come for an interview from Southern Mississippi's counseling psychology program. I am super excited since I get to meet with my desired faculty member but is it strange that I'm already hearing back after I just submitted my application last week? How long do you guys think I should wait to reply so I don't seem too desperate? I wasn't expecting to hear back from any of the schools until January so I'm still a little in shock. I figured we could use this thread to hear where everyone is getting in and for any questions we may have about the interview