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Hello, people,

                    I am a senior Astrophysics student at Arizona State University and I am curious about my GRE score. I took the GRE general test on October 8th and received my scores last week. Now, I know that the admission process is subjective and GRE score is only one part of it. So, I would like you guys to answer my question based on the assumption that the rest of my profile is good enough. Here is my question: Is my GRE score good enough to get me into the University of Texas-Austin with a scholarship/assistantship?

My GRE Scores

Verbal: 163 (92nd percentile)

Quant: 165 (89th percentile)

AWA:   4 (60th percentile)

Also, I would appreciate it if you can comment on my chances at other universities such as,

Texas A&M, College Station

University of Oklahoma

University of Tulsa

University of Alaska, Fairbanks

University of Wyoming

Thank You.

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According to people at Magoosh, my score places me in the top 9% of the test takers all around the world in the last 4 years. So, what do you guys think?

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31 minutes ago, The Dark knight said:

According to people at Magoosh, my score places me in the top 9% of the test takers all around the world in the last 4 years. So, what do you guys think?

If you look up GRE concordance table - there's actually officially percentiles that the ETS issues each year for the GRE - I'd look at those to see where you really stand

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On 10/28/2016 at 4:26 PM, DBear said:

 

If you look up GRE concordance table - there's actually officially percentiles that the ETS issues each year for the GRE - I'd look at those to see where you really stand

 

Yeah, Those are the percentiles I listed in my first post. Thank you for the  reply btw.

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