zudei Posted November 19, 2013 Share Posted November 19, 2013 Hi everyone, I just gave the GRE and was a little disappointed with my results. I was aiming for >165 V and Q, especially Q because I am applying for formal theory and I only have a master's degree in Economics to my name, with very few maths courses. My grad GPA, according to online conversions (it is a French master's degree in Economics, very quant heavy) is 3.5. I gave the GRE today and got the following score: 163 Q, 166 V, I don't know what my AW score is yet, but I am hoping for >=5 (my writing skills in general are quite tidy). Will this "profile" stand me in good chance at top political science programmes, given that my research interests are formal theory (behavioural game theory and social choice theory)? I have tons of research experience (3 Research Internships + currently a Research Fellow at a Think Tank working on environmental policy), a masters thesis and a conference presentation + subsequent submission for publication (in January) on behavioral patterns from two recent indian elections. If you'd prefer I present all this information in the standard "profile evaluation" format, let me know. I began this post just to speak about the GRE and GPA but thought it prudent to include further information about my "profile". Thanks! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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