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  1. I am an undergraduate student and will be applying to Electrical Engineering PhD programs this fall. I am aiming for really top schools like Caltech, Stanford, MIT, UC Berkeley (not because of their rank but also because of the professors there). I recently took GRE and got 166Q/164V/5.0 AWA. Given that average quantitative GRE scores for these schools are 168Q, should I retake the GRE to be able to get into these schools? My GPA is 3.95, and I have 1 conference publication,1 submitted journal publication in review (not accepted yet), and two poster presentations at two conferences (not peer-reviewed). I am hoping to submit 1 more conference publication by the time of my application deadline.
  2. What percentile is a 160 in the quantitative section? I intend to apply to a maths PhD and I think this is quite low. The test is quite expensive and I don't want to waste much time better spent on research. I'm interested to know the percentiles for this year.
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