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GRE Registration Ticket?


HopefulGrad2B

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For both the general (computer based) and the subject (paper based), I needed my ID + the registration form. I don't know if that's standard, but I know that I needed it especially for the paper test because I had to write down the registration (or some other) number from that sheet.

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Does it suffice to show up at the test center with one's ID or does one also need to show them the registration ticket? This is probably a dumb question but I just want to make sure. Thanks!

i think both are needed.. in case you lost your registration #, they can look you up on the system using your name and dob. if you are an int'l student, passport is a must.

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Thanks! It went really well!! 800V, 780Q. (I also felt really good about my essays, but I guess I'll find out soon enough) It feels great to finally put the GRE behind me!!

Good luck to everyone else out there! :)

damn!! if i had scored that much in verbal, i'd have seriously passed out. good job

ps: you sure you read the scores right? :P

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damn!! if i had scored that much in verbal, i'd have seriously passed out. good job

ps: you sure you read the scores right? :P

Thanks! I was mildly hyperventilating leading up to seeing the scores and then when I saw them, I found myself both nonplussed but of course also in a state of utter exultation! I asked for a little card on which to jot down my scores just to be sure that they weren't actually figments of my imagination or products of a flight of fancy or test-induced madness. Here's hoping the AWA went as well as I'm thinking it did...

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Thanks! I was mildly hyperventilating leading up to seeing the scores and then when I saw them, I found myself both nonplussed but of course also in a state of utter exultation! I asked for a little card on which to jot down my scores just to be sure that they weren't actually figments of my imagination or products of a flight of fancy or test-induced madness. Here's hoping the AWA went as well as I'm thinking it did...

Forget the AWA. Seriously, it won't matter, especially since you've scored in the 99th percentile in the verbal section. If you got a 4, I will say this right now: it does not matter. I say this so you won't come back here (like so many others with high verbal scores) having a heart attack over it. You done good, kid.

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