GREatjustgreat Posted August 14, 2014 Share Posted August 14, 2014 Ok, so I took the GRE a couple weeks back. I got Q:170, V:166 and was super excited. Yes! I can focus on the Physics GRE! So today I get my writing score back and I got a 3.5 (that's 38th percentile). Yeaah... So now I have to retake the test because competitive schools deny applicants without review for a score that low (even though I don't consider timed writing relevant for physics or engineering). My Question: How would you study for the writing section? I have a problem coming up with enough points to write about and end up running out of time (drafting/outlining is too slow). Is it really just a "practice makes perfect" type deal? Any suggestions would be appreciated. I don't think I could be any more stressed out. GREatjustgreat 1 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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