jimmyjimjam Posted July 16, 2013 Share Posted July 16, 2013 Hi, I'm going to be applying for MA programs in English literature at schools such as the University of Georgia and the University of California Santa Barbara. I have a strong GPA, a resume with prior teaching experience, excellent references, a good writing sample and an excellent admissions letter. Now, how should I divide my study time? Of course I should prioritize the verbal and writing portions of the GRE. I believe I'll be able to pull a decent, though not spectacular math score out of the test, but beyond that I think I will be hurting my other scores and minimally raising my quant score. Any advice from successful humanities applicants to mid to top tier grad programs? What do you think contributed to your successful applications? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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