neener Posted September 8, 2010 Share Posted September 8, 2010 Good morning, I am hoping to apply for Fall 2011 after several years out of school. I took the GREs once 3 years ago, and my scores are good but not great (700V, 750Q, 6.0A). I actually haven't made up my mind whether I want to pursue qualitative or quantitative programs...I have a very strong qual background (including a relevant master's degree from a well-known university) but, after working in my field for several years, I think I might prefer to go the quant route (though I don't have much of a math/statistical background at all). I know that no one can tell me my odds based on my GRE scores, but broadly my question is this: for applicants like me that do not have a strong quantitative background, is the GRE quantitative score particularly crucial? I'm trying to decide if I should take the GREs again...in my case, I know that I tend to be a good test-taker (guesser!) and am looking at a very very busy fall at work without a huge amount of time for studying, so I'm honestly not sure that I have a real shot at improving on those scores. Thanks so much for your advice, and I do apologize if this issue is already addressed elsewhere! n Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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