Guest Gnome Chomsky Posted August 9, 2013 Share Posted August 9, 2013 Note: This is for a master's program in computational linguistics, so math and verbal are probably equally important. I know this question has been addressed before on this site. I just can't find where. Anyway, there are schools that don't require a GRE, and in these cases people say you could/should submit your scores anyway as long as you think they are impressive enough and will help your overall application. I guess my question is what is impressive enough? Obviously, if your scores are bad/mediocre you shouldn't submit them. And obviously, if your scores are very very good/near perfect you should submit them. But where do you draw the line? For example, a 160 on each is pretty good and many people apply to programs with scores like that. But is that worth submitting your scores even if they're not required? What about a 165 on each? Would submitting scores like this hurt you more than help you since the program doesn't require GRE? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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