objectivityofcontradiction Posted October 15, 2013 Share Posted October 15, 2013 Is there a point where over-practicing (with constant mediocre results) simply becomes too demoralizing and one would be better off stepping away and maintaining some semblance of hope in one self as regards this damn test? At this point I doubt more practice will help, especially considering that throughout the past month my results have been fairly constant week-to-week on practice tests. I take the test next week. Full disclosure: I already have an MA in my field (4.00 GPA), two publications, and a conference presentation, and have made several connections at the universities to which I will apply. Thus, I find it hard to believe that a less than stellar GRE score is going to sink my ship. Is any one else experiencing a similar problem? This is not one of snobbery but, rather, a simple, practical belief that if one has already shown themselves to be more than up to the task of graduate work in their field, the GRE score becomes utterly superfluous. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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