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  1. I went on the ETS website to sign up for the English Lit subject test in October but could only find available test dates in April. Do the testing centers really fill up this fast? I had no idea this was an issue ? Unfortunately ETS's customer service is closed until Monday, so it'd be great to get an answer on here, if anyone knows! Thanks in advance!
  2. So I took the GRE twice, and I'm unsure of which scores to report, since my V improved dramatically and my Q decreased. Take 1: 160Q, 158V, 4.5AW Take 2: 158Q, 164V, 4.5AW I think reporting the second scores would be a no-brainer if I weren't applying to Master's programs in STEM. I got a 76th percentile Q my first time, but 69th percentile my second. And for V, I got 80th percentile my first time, but 94th my second. So...which scores would be better to self-report on my applications? Any guidance would be greatly appreciated!
  3. Hello everyone, I hope all is well. I was wondering if you guys please grade both my GRE AWA essays. I would like an expert to take a look at them for me, someone who has a very good knowledge of GRE testing. I would also like your constructive feedback. It will be helpful. I have attached the essays to this post. They are in the uploaded file. Thank you! GRE - AWA Tasks June 5, 2017.docx
  4. Hey, yall. I am pretty new to this site, so if I am breaking any norms/rules please let me know! I am having a pretty rough time. I suffer from ADHD and decided to go off of my medication during my undergraduate because that stuff was just horrible for my mental health. Anyways, I took the GRE. I studied very heavily! Like, for months. Essentially, I did really poorly, like, REALLY just horrible, bad and deplorable scores. I've never really been a test taker to begin with but my ADHD has always been a struggle, even on the ACT. I'm currently getting my MA in communication studies so it's pret
  5. Hi everyone, I'm currently doing research on the Templin Darley Test of Articulation, and I was wondering if anyone would be able to give me their opinion on the test. I need 2-3 clinical references form certified SLPs. In order for me to use you as a reference I would need your name and place of work. I would greatly appreciate it! Any information on the ease of use and quality of testing would be great!! Please point anyone in my direction if they have experience with the test:) Thank you! Best, Amanda
  6. Hi I am writing my master's thesis. I have developed a web application as my masters project. Now i need to carry out some testing of the application and my supervisor suggested to carry out some unit tests. Now first of all I am not sure how to carry out unit tests and secondly how to present the result of unit test in the report If some one can point me out to a sample thesis with unit test result I would be really grateful
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