B-612 Posted October 30, 2013 Share Posted October 30, 2013 Hi all, My question is twofold. I just took the GRE and received my quantitative and verbal scores (they're the 0-170 range, not the other scoring system) and am beginning to craft my statements of purpose. However, I don't want to be presumptuous and apply to a school if my GRE score is embarrassingly low for that particular school. I'm in a financial lurch and I don't want to waste money on applications. I also am trying to watch my wallet and am wondering what schools (out of the respected programs with good funding) *don't* require an English subject test. So let me rephrase those two questions: 1) What is the minimum verbal (and quantitative, if necessary) score that a good school along the lines of Berkeley, UPenn, Columbia, Iowa or Brown would accept? I know this doesn't make your application package, but it could break it. 2) What schools of the top 30 don't require an English subject test? http://grad-schools.usnews.rankingsandreviews.com/best-graduate-schools/top-humanities-schools/english-rankings Many thanks for your help. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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